Category PS4 Guides and Tutorials       Thread starter pearlxcore       Start date Apr 2, 2018 at 1:45 AM       33,157       139            
So here is a tutorial by me (nzie aka @pearlxcore) to upload your custom PS4 Playground into ESP8266 (I use treyjazz's file as sample).

WARNING : THIS TUTORIAL IS FULL OF IMAGES FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

What you need :
Instruction :
  • Install Arduino IDE
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  • Once installation is done, go to File -> Preferences
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  • Go to tools -> Board -> Boards Manager
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  • Scroll down until you see ESP8266 and click install
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  • Make sure you selected 'NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E module)
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  • Navigate to C:/Users/you-username/Documents/Arduino, make a new folder named 'tools'
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  • Inside 'tools' folder, extract 'ESP8266FS-0.2.0.zip' content so the directory will be like this -> C:\Users\your-usename\Documents\Arduino\tools\ESP8266FS\tool\esp8266fs.jar
  • Now you have installed ESP8266 library and sketch uploader
  • Restart Arduino IDE
  • Extract treyjazz's PS4Exploit files somewhere in your pc
  • Go to Files -> Open -> navigate to the extracted files folder and select PS4Exploit.ino
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  • Make sure you select the right board, flash and port in 'Tools' tab
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  • Now click on 'ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload'
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  • It will compile the code and files. Wait until the progress reach 100%
  • Go to 'Sketch' and click on 'Upload'. Wait until the progress reach 100%
  • Once done you can take out ESP8266 and reinsert back to USB port.
  • Now you can test the device.
  • Note that in this tutorial, the ESP8266 signed with :
IP : 10.13.37.1
SSID : ps4exploit
Password : hackmyps4
  • You can change these in the code
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  • For PS4 network setup, choose wifi (custom) and connect to ESP8266
IP : any
SUBNET : 255.255.255.0
GATEWAY : 10.13.37.1
DNS : 10.13.37.1

Credit to treyjazz
 

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pearlxcore

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@muxi I noticed that xvortex's payload only index.html is needed.. all exploit file are included in html..

For mira-hen its like a normal exploit file we used to use.
 

muxi

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@pearlxcore thanks for the information. I already found out. It's much easier to handle as before. But what about the "original"? How do we now transfer payloads from extern devices via port 9020 to ps4?
 

barelynotlegal

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wondering how i would add my own, i basically want to build a playground or maybe add a few payloads to existing one for my ESP board.

ive been runing same playground for a while and like it a lot, i wanted to add a few payloads such as enable browser and app2usb as my playground doesnt have those i have to use mira twice and send payload vial AL's exploit

thanX in advance
 

barelynotlegal

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@pearlxcore
My bad. Wish I saw this before lol. I’m actually using cache with esp as backup.

Thank you @RetroGamer74.
I would use your web but I didn’t see a cache option as I keep getting update notices and are pretty annoying lol I could be mistaken and not of seen it.
 
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