Unsolved ps3 slim OFW 4.76 help

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  1. Ceno

    Ceno Newbie

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    Hi

    Ive a ps3 slim with ofw 4.76 wich is CECH-2004-A.
    I want to know if is possible to jailbreak and play games in the hdd the bluray has a pb.
    E3 flasher or other software.
    Ps: i cant connect hdmi eather try all the cables and tv...only rca works...is there a fix for it?

    Tks in advance and admin please do not delete my post again.
     
  2. Pianist Prodigy

    Pianist Prodigy Never Give Up On Your Goals! Retired

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    Yes, using E3 flasher to downgrade it back to 3.55 than from that point on you can install whatever Custom Firmware such as Rebug 4.78 D-REX. Click here to view my thread for tutorial to Downgrade PS3 using E3 flasher. And did you reset the video so the PS3 be on HDMI mode?
     
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    Ceno

    Ceno Newbie

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    Hi

    About the video i think so!
    I pick in the system video to change to hdmi and nothing happen.
    30 secs past and nothing.
     
  4. FatPhony

    FatPhony Enthusiast

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    Your BIOS Battery might be dead, i had the same problem.
     
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    Ceno

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    Theres a way to fix? Change the battery with another one? Or thats not so simple!
     
  6. FatPhony

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    Open the case of the PS3, take out the motherboard and find the BIOS Battery (Kinda looks like a coin).
    Take it out, now get the EXACT the same off the internet and put it in.
     
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    Ceno

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    Im gonna try that tks.
     
  8. FatPhony

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    Report back when done.
     
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    Ceno

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    I didnt change the battery with a new one when i did a clean because i tough that battery is rechargeable.
    Ive a battery with the same specs but not rechargeable.
     
  10. FatPhony

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    The BIOS Battery automatically recharges when it's plugged in.

    Also your HDMI port might be burned.
    I suggest trying to re-solder a new HDMI port instead.
    As if the BIOS Battery died, RCA wouldn't work either.
     
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    Ceno

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    My rca works fine.
    Need to check hdmi port to.
     
  12. FatPhony

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    I suggest someone with extreme solder skills, can solder a new HDMI port on.

    Rodent
     
  13. Rodent Modz

    Rodent Modz Jtags/RGHs customized consoles

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  14. FatPhony

    FatPhony Enthusiast

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    That wouldn't work on a burned HDMI port.
     
  15. Rodent Modz

    Rodent Modz Jtags/RGHs customized consoles

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    how do we actually know its burned out? is there proof? or maybe he just doesn't know how to change it over from AV to HDMI ?
     
  16. FatPhony

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    Well if he is retarded, and he wants to jailbreak...
    Anybody knows how to do it.
     
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    Ceno

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    Hi

    If we change the port the hdmi will work?
    The pb of the hdmi is in the port or mainboard?
     
  18. FatPhony

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    Do you know how to switch over to the HDMI channel on your TV?
     
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    Ceno

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    Lool
    Sure i know how
     
  20. FatPhony

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    Do you know how properly plug in a HDMI cord.
     

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