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167w ago - Following up on the previous leak, this weekend the Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.10 update has surfaced for both PlayStation 3 collectors and developers from an anonymous source.

Download: PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.10

As always, keep in mind these PUP updates will currently NOT install on a retail PS3, and so they are intended for examination and comparison purposes only.

We have 100% confirmed that running this updater on a retail PS3 will not damage it, however, it will give the following error before the installation completes: The data type is not supported. (8002F029)


Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.10 Update is Now Available

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#4 - elser1 - 201w ago
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can you run this thru eboot fix/mod so it works on retail... seriously that's kool news, hopefullly someone can mod this to work as the final ps3 cfw needed.. btw obviously kiddin..

#3 - Lamarca - 201w ago
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It feels like we're close to a CFW?

#2 - IslaTurbine - 201w ago
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Finally...

#1 - PS4 News - 201w ago
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Over the last few days several new PS3 Debug / Test Firmware updates have been leaked outside of Sony Dev and have surfaced publicly courtesy of Cairobeta and ConsoleDev, however, no new SDK files have yet since the previous PS3 3.41 SDK file leak.

Download: PS3 SDK / Tools Leak Thread / PS3 Debug / Test Firmware Updates / PS3Gen and Guides

It's important to note that these PS3 Debug/TEST updates will currently NOT install on a retail PS3, and so it is intended for examination and comparison purposes only unless you own a Dev unit.

For those curious, running this updater on a retail PS3 will not damage it, however, it will give the following error before the installation completes: The data type is not supported. (8002F029)

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