Updating playstation 3

The Play Station 4 and Xbox One still aren’t where they should be in terms of functionality and features.I still have a Play Station 3 and while I have debated selling it off to purchase its younger sibling (the Play Station 4), I’ve finally decided it isn’t a good idea.Here are six reasons why I’m keeping my Play Station 3.Yes, I’m starting with the grandfather of all reasons: backwards compatibility.Yifan Lu, one of the authors of HENkaku, wrote a system on the HENkaku servers to help you simply upgrade to firmware 3.60: If you’re having issues with this easy way, check the detailed steps at the source here.If, for some reason, the technique above does not work for you, you can still use the “older” and more complex technique, described below: We’re basically tricking the PS vita into thinking it found the latest update on our PC through the use of QCMA.If you think you know all there is to know about the PS3, read the following and you might learn a thing or two that you didn't know before.It is updated as new information is uncovered in the public, so visit often if you wish to keep up to date on the latest secrets.

Even more so was the inability to play games from even further back.Note that although the harddrive capacity and memory card readers are missing in some models, you can upgrade or add the capability later.Lots of people are asking how to update to firmware 3.60 without the risk of going “too far” to firmware 3.63 or above.You can update language, delay, and split chunk size.The purpose of this webpage is to provide information (a majority are secret or are hard to find) on the PS3.Note that this page is part of a collection of secrets to various hardware.


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