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June 4, 2010 // 10:01 pm - It's nice to see Spanish developer JaicraB still plugging away on hacking Sony's PS3 entertainment system, and today he has detailed how to perform his RAM dump method on a 60GB PlayStation 3 console.

Using PS3 Pulse Generator V2, it allows PS3 developers to keep the RAM dumped after rebooting the PlayStation 3 meaning no data loss is present.

Download: PS3 Pulse Generator V2 with Source Code

To quote, roughly translated: Hello! I received a few requests on how to apply all other models. Here I put it.

Model 60-gigabyte PS3:

• Keep the RAM after the reboot, so no data loss.

• Remove the two resistors. I do not remember if it was pulled out when the double resistance or if they were single. Otherwise, you can burn. Yourselves!

Exploit by LPT:

• I advise that from the point of welding the transistor is as short as possible. Transistor to the PC does not matter. Mine is 1 Metro.

• If the power transistor exceeds soldier to the yellow light will result, blockades, general instability...

• On the Version 2 software to use, fits any CPU.

JaicraB Details PS3 RAM Dump Method for 60GB PlayStation 3

JaicraB Details PS3 RAM Dump Method for 60GB PlayStation 3

JaicraB Details PS3 RAM Dump Method for 60GB PlayStation 3

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#5 - DanyL - June 5, 2010 // 7:18 am
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what you trying to do, is to keep the ram data while rebooting the PS3, am i right?

so why don't you use this method?

#4 - skotosa - June 5, 2010 // 6:14 am
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It would be kool like for the PSP when your playing a game and turn it off then back on the game is still there right where you left it.

Would this allow the Ps3 to do the same thing?

#3 - ionbladez - June 5, 2010 // 6:11 am
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nice find, no doubt - I just got my 60gb I'll have this thing dumped sooner or later after my video review updates.

#2 - jabberosx - June 5, 2010 // 5:34 am
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Nice! At least someone is still plugging away at the behmoth! Sometime it feels like its never gonna happen. And then JaicraB shows up !!

Way to go buddy!

#1 - tripellex - June 5, 2010 // 5:31 am
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This is great news JaicraB! Glad to see you're making so much headway into opening up the system.

Any ideas on what may potentially be contained within the RAM dump?