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  • Not satisified with the health? Only have crc interface error and that's i think because i am using usb enclosure.
    Have not recoved any sms. Apologies. Mention your number here i will text you myself.
    And yes. We can do it brother :).
    Hmm well i think ABBY is the one who overlooks the Mp section. you may talk to him regarding this, i haven't removed anything.
    i have red your tutorial for JTAG xbox on how to play games via external HDD and the other things.. . i recently JTAGGED my xbox just a simple question.. will this work if i did it on Mac?
    you convert the disc into an iso using any software (I use IMGBurn) and then use the method i posted below, i don't think ps3 can play our pirated ass ps2 discs :p .. or even if u have the original .. it wouldn't, since the ps2 classics emulator with the higher compatibility is for jailbroken only.
    there is a ful screen option

    when you start the game, press the PS Home button, its in the same menu that has the smoothing option, it should be "NONE" STANDARD" or "FULLSCREEN"

    full screen stretches the game unelss the game natively supports widescreen, few games on PS2 do.
    this is what I use:

    [Release] PS2 Classics Manager v1.02 (April 11, 2013)(CFW 4.XX)(UPDATE)

    install this on your PS3, stick PS2 Iso's into your USB under this folder: X:/PS2iso/game.iso

    then start ps2 classics manager, and scroll through the menu selection and you SHOULD find your PS2 iso there, the software will encrypt it automatically.

    one thing you need to make sure of is to make sure you've created and assigned 2 memory cards from the "PS2 Save Utility" option in the game column of your XMB.

    i've been running ps2 games via ps2 classics manager for a while now, and every game i've tried so far works great.
    No. You can't update using OFW file. You can only update using custom firmware file. What this means is that once a 4.60 custom firmware is out, you can download its file and update to the latest version of custom firmware (4.60). Never ever update using the OFW file otherwise your jailbreak will be removed and you will have a normal PS3.

    Red Dead Redemption has long load times even on internal, I think. The load times are only in the beginning though, just like Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of Us.
    Update works just like a regular official firmware update. There is no complicated process here unlike JTAG. Simply copy to USB and update using the XMB.
    If you need an IPT account, I can provide you with one for free. Send me your email address in private message :)
    Make sure to check the correct option in Multiman. Some games will require BD-Menu option to be turned on, some won't. Also for 100% compatbility, it is highly recommended to keep a blu-ray disc in drive, since not every game can work discless. I always keep a disc in drive for my PS3 since I don't want any trouble.

    Copying from BD works fine for me. Never had any issues. I have copied The Last of Us and Resident Evil 6 and they worked fine after copy.
    you cant launch games from multiman, when you select the game and 'run' it, back in the XMB go to the blu ray game disc icon, you'll see its changed to the game you just activated.
    I copy ps3 games from BD to internal hdd because I haven't downloaded any ps3 games yet, currently downloading small size games of ps3 and will checkout soon.
    I think they are not working from multiman due to copy from BD but I think downloaded games will work fine on multiman.I tested ps1 game and it works without any issue.
    I can even pay for a site which can provide converted ps2 classics and psp games.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    and wired latency on the ds4 is probably an all time worse in any controller. you can check that thread your friend made with the charts in it
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    and lithium ion batteries do degrade... your controller will not last for the same time as it did 3-4 years ago. thats just a fact.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    theek hai bhai, aapko hi issue tha that literally NO ONE prefers external batteries, which is false.
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    so my experience has nothing been positive with internal batteries
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    and like I've said before, I have a 10 year old DS3 and 4 year old DS4, neither have died out or stopped charging yet.
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Necrokiller said:
    I think thats WAYYY more than the 4-8 hours the DS4 does
    a full charge DS4 lasts 8~10 hours depending on usage, and you can always play and charge at the same time, i find that a lot more convenient than needing to replace AA batteries.
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    ds4 consumes wayy to much battery then
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    I think thats WAYYY more than the 4-8 hours the DS4 does
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    unfortunately its 2 weeks at best on the high quality energizers in a controller
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    iampasha said:
    what tv remots? chandoo san is high
    meri jan word play mai confused hogaya, but ultimately in your MOUSE you put in a battery and leave it for 2 years like you said
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    agreed
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    And its not even debatable that DS4 suffers from poor battery life
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  • iampasha iampasha:
    what tv remots? chandoo san is high
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Poll shows how many prefer it either way. More than 1
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    no video game controller in the history of existence has had a batery option which lasts 2 years before changing
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Necrokiller said:
    he talked about logitech mice.
    its still not the same as a video game controller :p
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Chandoo said:
    Pasha is taking about tv remotes, not video game remotes.
    he talked about logitech mice.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    according to you that poll should've been 100% in favor of external batteries. so much for being the "objectively" better thing
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    I'll let it go when you stop making bad correlations here :p
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    both have pros and cons i guess... but im not the only who prefers external batteries. and theres only one controller that gives you the option to use both methods
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Chandoo said:
    as the owner of a 10 year old but still charging ds3, this is a lot less likely to happen tab spending tens to hundreds of dollars on batteries.
    let it go man. the poll already proved you wrong lol
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Pasha is taking about tv remotes, not video game remotes.
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Let alone two years lol
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Also cells don't last two weeks let aloa
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  • Chandoo Chandoo:
    Necrokiller said:
    and internal batteries deteriorate over time and once they stop holding charge....you need a new controller lol
    as the owner of a 10 year old but still charging ds3, this is a lot less likely to happen tab spending tens to hundreds of dollars on batteries.
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    Necrokiller Necrokiller: and wired latency on the ds4 is probably an all time worse in any controller. you can check that...