Decrypting and Dumping PS4 Games guide, PlayStation 4 developer @zecoxao recently Tweeted a picture of a memory edit which tricks the PS4 into thinking it's on PS4 System Software 9.90 (spoofed) permanently so it won't nag to be updated any longer since PSProxy isn't working again.
Recently we've seen PlayStation 4 developers demonstrating PS4 game mods through Peek & Poke kernel modifications, and with a PS4 1.76 Permanent Internet Browser Mod already available here's to hoping a payload for the Firmware Version will follow suit!
Also regarding the CE-32875-5 PSProxy error, VVildCard777 shared the following:
To quote: "For those with the dreaded CE-32875-5... try base + 0x462509 of sceShellCore write 1 byte of 0x00... end of nightmares.
Well you need code that can read and write to userland mem.. Not my place to give out, keep an eye out for a future release."
Download: Playground+ShelCore Patch.rar (8.2 MB)
To quote from e✘treme via Hydrogen, roughly translated: PS4 1.76 CE-32875-5 Fix – ShellCore Patch by Wildcard
Developer Wildcard has found a solution to fix the error CE-32875-5 on Firmware 1.76. Not many PS4 consoles are affected by this error but if you have a 1.76 PS4 and can’t run any Game, you can use the ShellCore Patch from Wildcard to fix the error temporary.
You have to send the file after every restart with ELF Loader, bevore you can launch the Game. Use the local Playground if you have trouble with the ELF Loader of the Custom WebKit Playground.
Also from @sealab in the Shoutbox on the fix, to paraphrase: "That offset is correct, but I don't see the point in patching it. The 0x462509 patch I mean... all it's doing is breaking a code path where it checks if the executable is a ELF or if it's a SELF, so if it's neither it says it's still valid."
Cheers to @raedoob, @ash721, @B7U3 C50SS and @spyro2670 for the news tip in the PSXHAX Shoutbox!