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  1. #1
    xameleon Guest

    Infectus v2 waninkoko brick please help?

    i have a ps3 with bricked firmware (when i press power, after 5sec get yled and after a sec red led blinking) i have install infectus v2 but the flash0/flash1 are not available

    i have not any dump. i can't make dump/flash from any tool (i have try infectus NAND flasher, InfectusPorgrammer and PS3NANDProgrammer1_41)

    please help me to unbrick my ps3

  2. #2
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Looks like you got the YLOD, there are many guides here and on google on how to fix it yourself or you can pay a professional to fix it for you.

  3. #3
    xameleon Guest
    can you send me a guide?

  4. #4
    HeyManHRU Guest
    There are too many guides and procedures on how to fix the YLOD, I don't know which one to send you. Do a bit of searching and if you see a good guide you want to try we can certainly help you with it or give you our suggestions.

  5. #5
    xameleon Guest
    its the 60gb model and the brick comes after install of waninkoko firmware... i follow the guide to fix but i have the problem with flash0/flash1...

  6. #6
    zetski210 Guest
    If you cannot see either flash, check your soldering for shorts/dry-joints, and make sure your Infectus is setup for PS3 Dual NAND.

  7. #7
    xameleon Guest
    i can see the flash but shows them as unknown. i haven't access for read/write. i have setup the dual nand from infectus tool and i have check all the solderings and its ok

    i have a second board 60gb with the same problem (waninkoko brick)

    can i solder the infectus there or i will have the same result(no read/write)? have anyone successful fix him ps3 without dump before waninkoko brick?

    thanks for all

  8. #8
    mushy409 Guest
    From experience I would definitley say re-do ALL your soldering. Use fresh wire & plenty of flux to solder your connections.

    If you can't access the NANDs then you have a connection problem...

  9. #9
    zetski210 Guest
    Are you checking with some magnifier or just with the naked eye?

    The pitch of those pins is 0.5mm and it only takes a tiny solder ball/bridge to completely ruin your morning!!

    Put it under a microscope if you can.

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