by Mike Bendel on September 3, 2010 @ 1:23 pm
Already ridiculously simple, the process of hacking your PS3 just became a little more convenient for owners of Nokia N900 cell phones. Homebrew developer KaKaRoTo today released PSFreedom, which targets the N900. Although similar in functionality to the recently-released PSGroove exploit, the code is entirely original.
With the provided shell script executed on your N900, simply turn off your PS3, plug in the N900 via USB, turn on your PS3, then hit the power button and quickly press the eject button. From there, just let the magic happen — it’s that simple. Detailed instructions are included in the readme file.
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