A PS4 jailbreak hack has apparently enabled hackers and modders to run Linux on Sony's popular game console, the PlayStation 4.
After releasing PS3 root keys publicly this week, followed by a video showing homebrew running on firmware 3.55, Geohot has now released jailbreak for PlayStation 3 firmware 3.55.
Folks at XDA-Developers have managed to hack PlayStation 3 with Google Android phones. With this hack or let’s just refer it to as jailbreak, you’ll be able to create backups of your PS3 games. You’ll have to use Google to find other uses.
We saw it coming didn't we? Why pay $169 for PSJailbreak or even $30 for its clone x3Jailbreak when you can get it all for free? A group of hackers have successfully managed to clone and release open source version of PSJailbreak called PSGroove. What this means is that you will now be able to create your own PS3 (PlayStation 3) jailbreaks to replicate what PSJailbreak can do.
How to Jailbreak / Mod Your PlayStation 3 to Run Games Without Original Discs with PS Jailbreak [Guide]
Few days ago we reported about a new USB Modchip called PS Jailbreak for PlayStation 3 which enables you to dump games off original discs on the internal or any external drive connected to PS3. Spanish site Elotrolado has a full blown review, along with instructions on how you can use it to create backups of your PS3 games. This of course proves that PS Jailbreak works for real.