Playstation 4 Emulator on the horizon

Orbital is AlexAltea (Alexandro Sanchez) latest GitHub project which virtualize the PS 4 1.76 kernel to get the Playstation 4 emulation running (LLE emulation). One of the project goal is to get commercial games emulated under Windows, macOS and Linux. Before you get hyped here is a Warning Even though the PS4 does have an x86 CPU... Continue Reading →

Sony released final Playstation 4 5.50 Firmware

Sony finally released the new 5.50 firmware, which was tested over several weeks, then rolled out as beta for everyone and now got the approval to revive as update for everyone. What's new? Version 5.50 is a mandatory update and is around 460 MB big and it brings new organizational features, additional parental controls, and... Continue Reading →

Sony Playstation 4 fully cracked, Jailbreak Hits Firmware 4.55

The developer 'Qwertyoruiop',  released yesterday a fully working exploit for Sony's PS 4 Firmware 4.55 on GitHub. On top, there's news of an interesting 'payload' quietly circulating. Hack opens ways for pirated games and allows hombrew applications Confirmation of what it does from Wololo: “When run in combination with the recently released exploit for PS4 4.55, Holy Grail... Continue Reading →

PlayStation 4 Pirated Games Now Available

In late December, hackers announced they had discovered a kernel exploit for PS4 firmware version 4.05, potentially opening the console to homebrew software. Of course, we’ve heard big promises like these from hackers before, and they didn’t end up amounting to anything - well, it seems this latest exploit is the real deal – the... Continue Reading →

PlayStation 4 Jailbreak Might be Coming Soon

Specter released a PS4 4.05 kernel exploit to GitHub today and stated it will allow jailbreaking and kernel-level modification to the PS4 system. However, they are not providing code that allows for homebrew or pirating games. With that said, I'm sure others will be more than willing to utilize this exploit to do just that. Requirements USB... Continue Reading →

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