Edit the ip file and change it to your PlayStation's ip address, make sure you have jkpatch loaded first. If your console goes into rest mode, then doing anything with RPC may crash it.
Download: memview.rar (37.69 KB) / Scan Result / memview.rar (Updated - 39.17 KB) / memview-r3.rar (47.14 KB)
Look at the release page for payload.bin and kpayload.bin!
Use the send.sh bash script to easily send it to the console!
To be honest, this is not about the Memory View tool... This is about jkpatch! A little project I have been working on. I want the community to help me develop this, so please send some pull requests or open an issue!
The RPC networking is light speed! On LAN there is basically no latency.
Please help commit to my project!
And from the README.md: Jailbreak Kernel Patches
Update: Here is a new version with a reboot function, peek/poke unlimited length, and save view bytes to file. Also the hex view will now prevent you from inserting/deleting bytes. Oh also the memory map view looks 100x better, and you can see all the mappings now.
There is a bug with poking data over 0x1000 bytes, I can't seem to figure it out. I believe it actually has something to do with the RPC server and proc_rwmem function.
Download: memview.rar (39.17 KB)
I have also build the latest version of librpc and jkpatch for you all: