Apologies for the late post, MultiMan 04.50.04 has been out for a while now. Deank has released an update with version 04.50.04 to add support for more 4.50 custom firmwares.
Here’s whats included in the Multiman 04.50.04 update:
Added support for 4.50 DEX CFW Added support for 4.46 Cobra/Rogero CFW Added “Switch between mmCM and multiMAN” option in HOME column Added support for loading network games in JB/FOLDER format using ps3netsrv In Cobra/mmCM mode all functions are operational (tested)
Normally, when we say we’re going to improve our PC’s performance we would actually mean we are going to buy new upgrades to boost our computers performance. It would either be a new purchase of additional storage space, additional RAM, or to buy a new video card. But sometimes, when we need to improve our pc, factors like time and money forbids us to purchase new upgrades, it would always be wise to be able to improve your computer’s performance at no cost.
What Habib 4.50 DB OFW basically does is that it disables 2 ecdsa checks which prevented CFW from being installed. Once activated, QA, Multiman and your backed up games wont work until you reboot to CFW again. Meaning, only your original discs will work so you can play them online without being banned.
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Update: Rogero 4.55 v1.00 CFW is now available.
Rogero is back again with another update for his popular CFW. The initial Rogero 4.50 CFW did not have toolbox included and many users have requested to bring it back. So today Rogero has answered their request with the Rogero 4.50 V 1.01 update.
Here are the steps on how to install Rogero 4.50 V 1.01 on your PS3:
UPDATE! Rogero has released an update with Rogero 4.50 v1.01 with Toolbox for StealthMan.
After a being silent from the homebrew scene these past few months, Rogero is back again with his popular PS3 CFW with Rogero 4.50 CFW. Rogero Fans have been waiting for his newest release for some time now, Habib has made a CFW for version 4.50 with Habib CEX 4.50 V1.02 ahead of Rogero.
There isn’t really much new with Rogero 4.50 V1.00 since it’s just an update to include support for the recently released Official 4.50 firmware. Here’s what he had to say about the Rogero 4.50 V1.00 CFW:
The CFW is packed manually with minimal modifications of the OFW4.50 and only the needed PKGs were repacked with their matching headers, lv0 and the SPU loaders also properly packed with correct sections/compression.
It does have all the basic patches from CFW4.46, the ToolBox was not added.
I built this last night before I go to sleep and installed it and tested it for 5 minutes only on my PS3, all seems fine and stable, but as usual with any CFW : USe it at your own Risk.
Here are the steps on how to install Rogero 4.50 cfw on your PS3: