Category PS4 Guides and Tutorials       Thread starter GreenSmoke       Start date May 19, 2018 at 12:27 AM       34,075       84            
This tutorial covers how to flash an ESP8266 device with a bin file using a windows PC for use on a PlayStation 4 console.

What you will need:
  • A ESP8266 with 4MB Flash
  • A Micro USB cable
  • A Windows PC
  • A Bin File containing ESP8266 Firmware
  • (A PS4 with Firmware 4.55 is required if you want to use RetroGamerFirmV3 !!!)
1- First download the correct drivers for your system, I got the driver for windows 8.1 you can find the right one HERE.

2- Download the correct Nodemcu-Pyflasher for your system. Im using the x64.exe, you can download it HERE if you do not know what one to download check in control panel (Control Panel\System and Security\System and look for System Type)

3- Then of course you will need a bin file to flash to your ESP8266. I will be using retrogamerfirmv3.bin to enable the web-exploit on a 4.55 PS4, but you should be able to flash any bin file using the same method. You can get RetroGamerFirmV3 HERE.

You could also flash your ESP8266 to be used as a Deauther to disconnect people from their wifi network you can find that HERE.

4- Install the correct driver for your system, run the installer, click next select "I accept the agreement" and next again, click finish.

5- Run NodeMCU-PyFlashe, select the serial port im using port 3, click browse and select your firmware.bin file you want to flash to your ESP8266, select your Baud Rate i'm using the fastest with no problems, you can try a lower speed if you like or if it will, select to erase flash by clicking "yes, wipe all data" not work, finally click flash NodeMCU, wait. You can see the progress in the program, one you see done that's it your ESP8266 is ready to use.

If you flashed the PS4_RetroGamerFirmV3 firmware to your ESP8266, on your PS4 go to Settings / Network / Set Up Internet Connection / WIFI / Custom / PS4_Wifi / IP = Auto / DHCP = Do Not Specify / DNS = Manual / Set Primary and Secondary DNS to: 10.10.10.1 / MTU = Auto / Proxy = Do Not Use.

Download: c0d3m4st4_ESP8266XploitHost_v2.2.zip (2.0 MB)
Download: c0d3m4st4_ESP8266XploitHost_v2.71.zip (2.8 MB)
Download: c0d3m4st4_ESP8266XploitHost_v2.81b.zip (5.4 MB)

Download: Draqen-Esp8266-fw455.bin (4.0 MB)

New version 1.10 for my bin esp8266 for fw 4.55:
  • Add new interface.
  • Add payload linux.
  • Add payload Only VR (No hen).
  • Add update payload hen.
  • Fix payload hen+VR
:alert: Note from matias3ds: Not all the USB cables are recognized for Esp2866, many of them will give power you will see the led light turn on and off but your computer wont recognized that the Esp2866 is connected, try with different cables !!!
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GreenSmoke

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Once I have some spare study time, I'll try make a guide on how to compile a .bin file. Unfortunately I have not had a lot of time yet.
 

Keeperdy

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@behnamzed Could you be so kind as to read the previous page for finding the answer I've already given? There are only 4 pages in this thread and same questions again and again! Is it so difficult to read them before posting?
 
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