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Is it ok to sell a console hacking service?


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70 Responses

  1. loki says:


  2. Paul says:

    I think I have been searching for hours and cannot find a clear cut way to install VHBL on 3.60…
    Could someone PLEASE point me in the right direction?

  3. TheKornerKids says:

    The psn password and user name would only need to be known by the one offering the service. The one offering the service would add the one requesting the service to a sort of mailing list via text to inform them which game to purchase. The rest from there can be done by remote desktop and via instant messenger. Ive done several different consoles this way already.

  4. master says:

    I want to hack my vita 3.61 any one could help please

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