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    [Answered] Bricked PS3 need help where to solder?

    Hey guys bricked ps3 should I don't want to solder tristate to sbe. I am confused whether to solder to 3.3v VCC or the GND. Can you please help out. I bricked by flashing a rogero auto-patched dump. My dumps are good and have been verified by myself and others.
    Best Answer - Posted by geeklogik:

    thanks guy figured it out myself, you have to cut gnd to tristate wire after you flash with your orig dump. then boot and wallah

    thanks anyways, pls close thread!

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    i'm guessing its progskeet that you have? i think its GND.. might want a 2nd opinion though

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    sorry its an e3 flasher.

    anyone please desperate!
    Last edited by geeklogik; 10-11-2012 at 10:33 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Tell us what motherboard you have in your ps3. Thanks

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    jtp-001 all i need is to know where to solder 3.3V vcc or gnd, i know where both points are

    also can someone also state steps after soldering to unbrick? thanks !
    Last edited by geeklogik; 10-12-2012 at 12:07 AM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    You can use the point on the flatcable or I use the one in the pic.

    Then to unbrick put your dump on the sdcard and set switch 1 up and the rest down after it's done flashing unplug the ps3 and set switch 1 down and you should be back where you started. I'd then use the e3_downgrade.bin to do your downgrade to 3.55.
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    thanks guy figured it out myself, you have to cut gnd to tristate wire after you flash with your orig dump. then boot and wallah

    thanks anyways, pls close thread!

 
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