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Topic # 72127 21-Nov-2010 13:33 Send private message

Before i start up this topic, can i confirm that we are allowed to talk about this on this site?
There is some very cool stuff being developed at the moment.

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  Reply # 408220 23-Nov-2010 14:24 Send private message

I am not sure if it is allowed either but it looks interesting. I have seen some of the USB ones appear on trade me.




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  Reply # 408288 23-Nov-2010 15:02 Send private message

Its bit of a grey area (PS3 jailbreaking) - Sony havent deemed the act itself as illegal (as much as they can without going through courts etc), however they are trying to prevent the sale of the devices.





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  Reply # 410896 29-Nov-2010 21:41 Send private message

Has anyone brought a USB from psjailbreak.com and managed to add the downgrade yet??

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