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PS4 exploit: hacker qwertyoruiop releases kernel exploit for 4.55

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70 Responses

  1. Jax says:

    looks good, but can you play online with psn on ps4 with this mod?

  2. Anthony says:

    I know it may seem silly to ask but is there any way of perminently putting the exploit their so u don’t need to reaplie every boot without need of we site.

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