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PS4 Jailbreaking       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Dec 18, 2021 at 12:32 AM       40,950       129      
Following his PS4 Server 7.55 Project last month, PlayStation 4 Scene developer @stooged updated his Github repository with both a PS4 Server 9.00 and PS4 Server 9.00u (adds on / off switch for USB device) designed for the ESP8266 D1 Mini or the ESP8266 D1 Mini Pro to provide a WiFi HTTP server and DNS server for the recently released 9.00 Exploit for PS4 (9.00 Host Live Demo / GIT) consoles with a demonstration video below. :geek:

Download: PS4-Server-900-main.zip / GIT / PS4-Server-900u-main.zip / GIT / firmware9dump.bin via @teginpeg / USB Fix.rar via @blumenal

From the PS4 Server 9.00 README.md file: PS4 Server 9.00

This is a project designed for the esp8266 D1 Mini or the esp8266 D1 Mini PRO to provide a wifi http server and dns server.

This is for the 9.00 exploit and the esp8266 device will handle sending the payloads to the binloader server in goldhen, the exploit has the mod by leeful to load goldhen automatically.

The firmware is updatable via http and the exploit files can be managed via http.

You can access the main page from the userguide or the consoles webbrowser.

Implemented internal pages
  • admin.html - the main landing page for administration.
  • index.html - if no index.html is found the server will generate a simple index page and list the payloads automatically.
  • info.html - provides information about the esp board.
  • format.html - used to format the internal storage(SPIFFS) of the esp board.
  • upload.html - used to upload files(html) to the esp board for the webserver.
  • update.html - used to update the firmware on the esp board (fwupdate.bin).
  • fileman.html - used to view / download / delete files on the internal storage of the esp board.
  • config.html - used to configure wifi ap and ip settings.
  • reboot.html - used to reboot the esp board
Installation is simple you just use the arduino ide to flash the sketch/firmware to the esp8266 board.

Make sure you set the flash size to match the D1 board you are using.

4M (3M SPIFFS) for the D1 Mini

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 2.jpg

There is a storage limitation of 2.8mb for the D1 Mini board.

16M (15M SPIFFS) for the D1 Mini PRO

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 3.jpg

There is a storage limitation of 14.2mb for the D1 Mini PRO board.

Next you connect to the wifi access point with a pc/laptop, PS4_WEB_AP is the default SSID and password is the default password.

Then use a webbrowser and goto http://10.1.1.1/admin.html 10.1.1.1 is the defult webserver ip.

On the side menu of the admin page select File Uploader and then click Select Files and locate the data folder inside the PS4_Server_900 folder in this repo and select all the files inside the data folder and click Upload Files you can then goto Config Editor and change the password for the wifi ap.

Alternatively you can upload the files to the esp8266 with the arduino ide by selecting Tools > ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 4.jpg

The files uploaded using this method are found in the data folder inside the PS4_Server_900 folder.

:arrow: And from the PS4 Server 9.00u README.md file: PS4 Server 9.00u

This is a slight mod to PS4 Server 9.00.

I have added the ability to switch off and on the usb device by using the pin D7 on the board to trigger a relay to control the power to the usb device.

The idea is to cut the 5v power to the usb drive and have it switched on and off by a relay which is controlled by the esp8266 device and switch it off and on during the initial exploit load which removes the need to plug and unplug the usb drive.

Video

900u


You can make it with a usb A female to male cable, this is a basic diagram of how to set it up.

TRR1A05D00 5 Volt SPST DIL Reed Relay

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 5.jpg

BESTAR BR-500 Reed Relay (5V, 500Ω)

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 6.jpg

Another way to set it up is to use a npn transistor and cut the ground to the usb device which was shown by blumenal over on psxhax.

The parts required are:
  • 1k resistor
  • 1.1k resistor
  • BC 548 NPN transistor
This is a basic diagram of how to set that up.

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 17.jpg


Fast and dirty, this is the test cable I made and this would be the easiest for people to make.

Parts used are:
PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 7.jpg

This is the mod I did and the parts used are:
  • D1 Mini Pro v1 ESP8266 board.
  • PS4 USB HUB TP4-810
  • TRR1A05D00 5 Volt SPST DIL Reed Relay.
  • SanDisk Ultra Fit 8gb usb drive
Some pictures of the mod:

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 8.jpg

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 9.jpg

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The end result:

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 14.jpg

PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 15.jpg

The slim usb hub has less room but you should be able to fit the board in and use a reed relay to save a bit of space, I dont have a slim so I wont bother making this one but it is the same idea as the other mod.
PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged 16.jpg

The usb hub for the pro is still coming in the post and I will mod that one next.
Cheers to MSZ_MGS via Twitter for the heads-up on this earlier! 🍻
PS4 Server 9.00 PS4 Server 9.00u for ESP8266 D1 Mini & Pro by Stooged.png
 

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Leon90xs

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Guys thanks for the information you give us, then I'm waiting for the esp8266 to arrive and I was going to create the single box with integrated usb to the circuit, as I've never soldered, I'm a beginner, I wanted to know this scheme is right for rerun the job?

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stooged

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if the wiring is a bit much for some people but you still want to have a method that does not require plugging in a usb drive i have made this for the [B]ESP32-S2[/B] boards
if you use the right board you do not need to wire anything and the code will handle the usb exfathax emulation, the best board will be the [B]S2 Mini[/B] because they are about $5 and they are small.

i am still waiting for my s2 mini boards to arrive so i have not tested them but on paper they look like the best option.

i will update the readme on the repo with boards i have tested.

this project will not work on the esp8266 boards or the original esp32 boards.
 

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