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Sony has started rolling out PS4 firmware 6.80 preview


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12 Responses

  1. Faqus says:

    Still yet no kernel exploit.

    • Till says:

      Kernel exploit will not come before PS5. After 2020 released new exploit > 5.50. Because hackers are egoist! 5.50 kernel exploit available but not published. I’m not saying that. Thay say. Funny!

      • Randomguy says:

        They wont even make pirate games playable, they can keep thier *** for themself.

      • asdf says:

        Who are the real egoists? The people who want to steal games right now and complain when something gets patched or the hackers who want their work to reach as many people as possible in the near future?

  2. Maxpayne says:

    Maybe you can hack this firmware to allow downgrade to a hacked firmware?

    • spok says:

      jailbreakers have to release all they have to take e-fame otherwise it will be all obsolete if PS5 will be out same like Hen for PS3 now…

  3. Wishing says:

    I just want that sony allow the remote play for any Android without the need of altering the apk….

  4. KarloJoKarnaAapaKehdaPadhna says:

    This gen went to waste almost.
    no new exploits on xbox or ps4.
    heck xbox one has yet to see backup games.

  5. Bunny says:

    Times have changed since i started gaming back in the retro NES days. Now it seems everything has gone online or is focused on social media. I play games to transition and to have some peace of mind from all the social drama.

  6. jamFat says:

    So if I take my 5.05 and update to 6.80, can I play some games on it and then downgrade back to 5.05 my previous firmware?? cause that would be awesome.

  7. none says:

    So you can downgrade from preview 6.80 back to previous firmware.
    Perhaps this is a useful feature that can be ported to other firmwares too?