1. PS4 6.72 Payload Ports, Updated Mira Project Support & ELF / Loader

    Following yesterday's PS4 6.72 Payload Ports by @Al Azif on Github, this weekend kiwidoggie added 6.72 support updating Mira Project to include 4.74, 5.01, 5.03, 5.05 and 6.72 Passing Builds with 4.05, 4.55 and 6.20 still at WIP status alongside a Team OpenOrbis version 6.72 PS4 ELF and...
  2. Mira Project: PlayStation 4 Homebrew Tools by the OpenOrbis Team

    Proceeding the Orbis Lib Generator today the OpenOrbis Team released a PS4 homebrew platform known as Mira Project featuring a collection of PlayStation 4 homebrew tools for use with a Jailbroken PS4 Console. šŸ˜ This comes following OpenOrbis Team's Mira Project initial announcement and the...
  3. OpenOrbis DevKit PS4 Library Ports & CrazyVoid Starts Patreon Page

    Proceeding the PS4 Userland DevKit currently in development and recent PS4 Homebrew FTP Server release, PlayStation 4 developer @CrazyVoid announced on Twitter that OpenOrbis DevKit PS4 Library Ports are now being added to the Github Repo to aid in the homebrew creation process for scene devs...
  4. PlayStation Scene Devs on Future PS4 Jailbreak Exploits and Homebrew

    During Sony's PlayStation 5 news announcement of a PS5 launch in Q4 2020 yesterday a few PlayStation scene devs shared feedback on future PS4 jailbreak exploits and homebrew with the release of the PlayStation 4 v7.00 Firmware Update leaving many curious since the exploit chain limitations and...
  5. OpenOrbis: Open Source PS4 Homebrew Initiative by The Sugarleaf

    Awhile back we saw the Russian WIP of PS4HEN called MiraHEN by The Sugarleaf, and today scene developer @Mathieulh shared a few details on their other projects including OpenOrbis ***- a free and legal PS4 development kit, OpenOrbis Toolchain- tools, patches and scripts to build PS4 homebrew and...
  6. MultiMAN PS4 in Development by DeanK, Open Source Code on Github?

    Many may recall PS3 developer @deank of DeanBG.com's multiAVCHD homebrew application that, with help from Open Manager 1.0 source code, was modified and transformed into the popular PS3 backup game manager known as MultiMAN today. :gigglexf2: "In the spirit of open source (when using other...
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