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thetree13

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#115948 13-Apr-2013 06:21
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Hi all,

I am currently in process of investigating installing Rogero CFW on mt PS3.
I have come across some contradictory info and thought I might find an answer here.

Firstly, the specs;
PS3 (obviously)
Model: CECH - 2502B
Date code: "OC"
Firmware: v4.40

I have come across a few guides that range from complex to simple but claim the same result, first is that I need a flasher to downgrade to v3.55 to allow me to then install CFW.
I have also read that I can simply install v3.55 from "Safe/ Recovery Mode" menu then install CFW.
Another one says I can install CFW direct from XMB menu which seems a bit BS.. seems far too easy.

Any feedback from people with experience in doing this would be much appreciated!

Many Thanks

Tree




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  #801765 18-Apr-2013 16:29
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Have tried before and you would need a flasher.  Have tried downgrading from both the XMB and recovery mode with no luck.  Have not tried with a flasher.

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  #801920 18-Apr-2013 21:49
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From research I did a few months ago you need to downgrade to v3.55 with a flasher first although I've never done this as my PS3 was pre 3.55

Once you're on 3.55 installing CFW is a breeze as is installing apps.

Good luck.

 
 
 
 


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  #802039 19-Apr-2013 07:48
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Its an E3 Flasher that you are after mate.




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