Category PS4 CFW and Hacks       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Mar 27, 2018 at 11:31 PM       14,689       23            
Following the release of his PS4 AIO v1.6.0, PlayStation 4 developer @MODDEDWARFARE passed along word on Twitter of his latest video detailing how to add custom payloads to your WebKit for PS4 4.55 / 4.05 jailbroken consoles. :)

From the video details: How to add Custom Payloads to your WebKit (4.55/4.05 Jailbreak)

How to add your custom payloads as buttons in the WebKit exploit to allow you to inject them without a payload injector.

How to host webkit locally:

Download Links:
Adding Custom Payloads to PS4 4.55 4.05 WebKit by MODDEDWARFARE.jpg
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I tried the first method and it works perfectly, however you have to go through the computer each time you wanna launch the PS4 JB, but the most noticeable things are swiftness, and less error msgs popping up. thank's
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