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September 13, 2010 // 4:02 pm - Today AerialX has released a new version of PSGroove that allows you to use the apploader function.

Apploader (the 1st folder above install packages) allows you to run PS3 pkg's without installing them, it can also run eboot.bin's with some modification.

Download: PSGroove with Apploader Payload / PSGroove with Apploader Payload and Peek/Poke Syscalls / PSGroove with Apploader Payload Guide / Precompiled Hex Codes

To quote: My PSGroove fork is up! Functions are relocatable and it includes the USB stick apploader payload.


This fork comes with multiple payloads, which you can enable by editing port1_config_descriptor.S. All payloads have been rearranged so that they do not use hardcoded addresses anymore; you can rewrite and resize functions without worrying about offsetting others.

### Default Payload
The default payload performs the basic PSGroove exploit; it allows you to install and run unsigned packages.

### Apploader Payload
This payload makes use of the /app_home/PS3_GAME menu item. You may place an application on a USB drive under the PS3_GAME folder to run it without installing a package.

Note that simply extracting a .pkg onto the USB drive is not quite enough for a program to run. EBOOT.BIN must be slightly modified to boot properly.

PSGroove with Apploader Payload by AerialX is Released

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#81 - tifozi1 - September 15, 2010 // 4:04 am
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What error are you getting evilsperm? Both compile just fine for me.

#80 - LioMajor - September 15, 2010 // 4:01 am
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That might because ATMega doesn't have "clock_prescale_set".

When i compiled it the first time, i had also problems creating it.

Could you kindly post the src or fork it on git? I can create the hex in fedora.


#79 - evilsperm - September 15, 2010 // 3:49 am
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@ kally12
here you go

Sorry It wont compile its spitting out the same error as the Teensy 2.0

#78 - LioMajor - September 15, 2010 // 3:07 am
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Can you add my ATMega16U4 and post the hex then?

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Thx in advance.

#77 - kally12 - September 15, 2010 // 3:02 am
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Sorry but I meant the actual compiled file, not that placeholder. The compiled file .bin, not .S

#76 - evilsperm - September 15, 2010 // 2:57 am
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psgroove / port1_config_descriptor.S port1_config_descriptor.S

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#75 - kally12 - September 15, 2010 // 2:30 am
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can you post the port1_config_descriptor.bin?

#74 - LioMajor - September 15, 2010 // 2:19 am
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Can i have your src? I need to update it for my open kubus (ATMega16U4 8MHz).

#73 - evilsperm - September 15, 2010 // 1:59 am
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As promised here is the pack patched for use with backup manager:


#72 - evilsperm - September 15, 2010 // 1:13 am
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Thanx Alexl83 and RottenRotten I finally got it to compile with Backtrack 4! I was having issues even with Fedora 9 and Ubuntu so I just went back to Backtrack

For anyone else trying to get it working I used the files rotenrotten posted and it worked perfectly with a few other packages. Here is the commands needed if anyone esle is having issues in Backtrack 4 or Ubuntu install first these packages:




after you install those 3 install this one:


After those are all installed you have to install the rest by:

apt-get install gcc-avr
apt-get install avr-libc
apt-get upgrade

then open up .bashrc in your home folder and add:

export PATH=$PATH:/opt/cell/toolchain/bin

save reboot and you should be in business

Update: I was only able to compile one time then the same error came back...

[lufa-lib/trunk/LUFA/Drivers/USB/LowLevel/Device.o] Error 1

I found the issue

## Teensy 2.0
MCU = atmega32u4
F_CLOCK = 16000000

It does not want to compile with those settings at all. Figures as that was the one I was tying to compile first because it was the default... Anyway I am not including that in the pack I am putting together.