and then, due to the fact that games 4.00 cannot be decrypt, the project will end... who knows?
Is Kingdoms of Amalur not 4.00? And some of the new games TB already released eboots for. I think all the February games released officially by SONY are 4.00. I ******* the game so I wont know the update data on the disc and I might be wrong.
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It seems nearly all of the R4 clone domains are linked to the same person
Also, looking at the update instructions on their website, it's not a direct clone of TB. Is this the same update procedure as JB-King?
When there is a new firmware of JB2USB, you should update your JB2USB.
The JB2USB is not only a Dongle of PS3, but also a mass storage device When insert JB2USB into your PC. You can only write data into this mass storage device. The update process includes two stages: file copy and firmware self update.
Step1. Insert JB2USB into one of the USB ports on your PC, a removable device will be enumerated by PC, the name of the device is “JB2USB”. The red LED light on.
Step2. Copy update file into the removable device “JB2USB”. The red LED light flicker until the copy is completed.
Step3. After the entire update file are written into “JB2USB”, the self firmware update start, at this time, both the red and the green LED are light on. The removable device will be uninstalled simultaneously.
Step4. The red LED turns off and only the green LED light on after the update process is completed.
Notes: Insert JB2USB into PC will not display the update file in the removable device.
Problem with these clones is they don't control the software. You can't rely on them, look what JB-King did, they did a run and grab some money and disapeared again. Same thing will happen with this dongle. Since True Blue team control's the console firmware and dongle firmware and eboot patches, they can make sure the newest games don't work with this dongle. So be wise to choose your dongle
I would be more concerned about the low price. I'm not saying these guys aren't just trying to make a quick buck, but with a price like that, I'd reckon they're more of a threat to True Blue's bottom line than JBKing ever was.
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I'm all over this like a pig in shit for 20 bucks! Even if game compatibility is only up to TB2.4 it's cheap if it works. TB2.5 + will always be cracked at some point and a cheap clone will be released of that as well. It's a bit like pay now in full or pay in installments.
I need some stuff and so do some friends so we might be able to get a cart up high enough to get free fast shipping depending where it is.