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Looks like a new ps4 jailbreak is coming out soon. From what i've read it could be possible to jailbreak all the way up to 11.00
https://archive.is/mXsUF

Guides
https://www.cfwaifu.com/
Nintendo 3DS: https://3ds.hacks.guide/
Nintendo Wii U: https://wiiu.hacks.guide/
PlayStation 2: https://www.psx-place.com/threads/tutorial-the-great-ps2-aio-guide.30219/
PlayStation 3: https://www.psx-place.com/threads/exploiting-4-90-ofw-installing-cfw-running-ps3hen-flash-writer-ps3hen-now-supporting-4-90-fw.39772/
PlayStation Vita: https://vita.hacks.guide/
Multiple Guides:
https://consolemods.org/

Homebrew
http://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_Applications (3DS only)
https://apps.fortheusers.org/ (Wii U only)
https://www.brewology.com/
https://www.gamebrew.org/wiki/Main_Page
https://gbatemp.net/download/
https://www.psx-place.com/resources/ (Sony only)
https://vitadb.rinnegatamante.it/ (Vita only)
https://wiibrew.org/wiki/List_of_homebrew_applications (Wii only)
https://wiiubrew.org/wiki/List_of_homebrew_applications (Wii U only)

Rom/ISO sources
http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/ROM_%26_ISO_sites
https://gbatemp.net/threads/nusspli-install-content-directly-from-the-nintendo-update-servers-to-your-wii-u.566055/ (Wii U)
https://www.nopaystation.com/ (PS3/PSP/PSV)

News and forums
https://gbatemp.net/
https://www.psx-place.com/
https://wololo.net/

Previous Thread: >>197450  https://archive.is/7HdF3
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New Original Xbox softmod released recently
https://archive.is/4yaEr
>ENDGAME is a dashboard exploit for the Original Xbox that allows you to copy habibi-signed XBE payloads from a memory card and execute them automatically. This exploit is compatible with all retail kernel and dashboard versions and, unlike other softmod methods, does not require a game or even a working DVD drive — only a memory card.
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>>239553
>payloads from a memory card
The Xbox had a memory card? Besides, how is this any better than a hardmodded Hueg? Last time I heard softmodding wasn't as powerful on the console as it is for example on the PS2.
>habibi-signed
Absolutely halal my breathen.
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>>239557
>Last time I heard softmodding wasn't as powerful on the console as it is for example on the PS2
Well theres not really that much of a difference. You can pretty much do anything with a softmodded xbox.
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>>239553
Finally, we can play Blinx: The Time Sweeper and Jet Set Radio Future and Blinx: The Time Sweeper 2.
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>>239578
Don't forget about SMT made by the guy who directed A-Kite.
Funny how A-Kite landed him enough money for another OVA and a job in Atlus, then immediately afterwards faded into obscurity except to produce a Kite sequel a decade later.
>>239559
except swap the HDD (easily). You need to solder a couple pins together and flash the eeprom to swap it or else you need to get a specific HDD from a list of compatible (and ancient, small storage size) models that then has to be signed with specialized software after you put your games on it, and iirc you need to unsign/resign every time you want to add or remove games from it
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>>239624
>or else you need to get a specific HDD from a list of compatible (and ancient, small storage size) models
You're making this sound alot more difficult than it is. Hard drives that are compatible are still being added to this day.
https://archive.is/2TpbZ (link to hard drive website that proves you wrong)
>that then has to be signed with specialized software after you put your games on it, and iirc you need to unsign/resign every time you want to add or remove games from it
This is not true at all. I can add any game i want and ive never had to do whatever you're describing.
https://archive.is/Arh02 (link to guide i used that proves you wrong)
All but my soldering device has arrived. Soon i can finally mod my 360.
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It begins... later today...
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im on step 1 and i already managed to fuck something up i tore open the xbox and the plastic recoiled and cut into my finger
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>>240961
Is it good? I'm also planning to buy one of those with the other tips.
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>>242281
i havent had time to use it yet
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>>242283
Please report after you do.
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>>242286
I guess its good. Charger is not included and you need a good charger for it.
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>>242279
oh man that kind of shit happens to me all the time with all sorts of stuff, once I managed to get bread to bite my finger and make me bleed
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https://github.com/ShawMerlin/NES-Slotmaster
https://www.laserbear.net/products/nes-slotmaster
Someone finally came up with a replacement for the old Blinking Light Win to fix NES frontloaders. Unfortunately all this seems to do is move the cartridge slot forward and remove the ZIF mechanism so you'll still need to find a 72-pin connector that doesn't deathgrip your cartridges, which is a problem the Blinking Light Win didn't have.
https://gitlab.com/Sorunome/3ds-streetpass
New streetpass thing where you can connect to anyone anywhere in the world
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Nintendo are being niggers again
https://archive.is/vhM3G
He says it might be a fake dmca but shitendo fucking dmcad garrys mod mods before. 
https://archive.ph/PHOpz
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>>245813
Why did you post this in the homebrew thread?
>>245813
>shitendo fucking dmcad garrys mod mods before. 
They did some further digging and THAT turned out to be fake, too.
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I need some help with PS3 backups. I'm trying to load PS3 game ISOs with WebMAN and the games either crash returning me to the XMB, never load and quiting the game causing the system to reboot, OR just freezes the console altogether about 10 seconds upon loading the game and require me to hard shutdown the system. Thus far, the games I've tested this out with are FF13 (JP version), Record of Agarest War (JP version), BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger (JP version), and Burnout Paradise (US version). This has happened both on an NTFS formatted drive and a Fat32 formated drive with the ISO split for the former three.

What am I doing wrong?
>>246349
I don't know man, I always FTP'd games onto the hard drive. PSX-Place even has a shell script for hard drive backup/restore, so upgrading isn't even that much of a hassle if that's your issue.
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>>246349
which CFW are you running?
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>>246349
Why split ISOs when you can just put the loose game files on the HDD?
The PS3 backup loaders are traditionally jank, if one doesn't work try another.
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>>246355
4.90 Evilnat Cobra 8.4

>>246363
>Why split ISOs when you can just put the loose game files on the HDD?
Because it's a fat model and I don't want to go through the process of tearing it apart to upgrade the HDD.
>The PS3 backup loaders are traditionally jank, if one doesn't work try another.
Okay, I'll try one of the other ones.
>>246349
Been a long time since I messed with it, so I might not be up to date on what's current, but I recall using MultiMan as the loading interface on mine. That said, my experiences with it were rather limited. Most PS3 games were still quite cheap here back then, but it worked fine with Tales of Vesperia and Berseria which had to be digital on the HDD to use their English patches, as well as some PS2 games (60gb fat model, so it emulated via hardware). Only issue I noticed was that, despite already being stored on the hard drive, Berseria still had to be installed since Multiman had the system treat it like the ISO was a disc. So a game can take up twice as much space as it was intended to use.

>>246351
Also, what this guy says. FTP them over. A cheap ethernet cable to your computer if you have have them both nearby will save a lot of time on that end, considering how big PS3 games could get and how slow the system actually was for things like data transfer via wifi.
New PS4 Jailbreak up to 11.00 is out
https://archive.is/00MSy
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