PSFreedom (Jailbreak PS3 with IPhone/IPod Touch)

But! Before you jump the gun you should know that this is considered a test release or an “early preview.” It’s not as straightforward as you’d hope. You need OpeniBoot installed and your iPhone must be a 2G or 3G model; iPod Touch 1G works too. Included are the sources that you must compile yourself for the iPhone; a binary is included for the iPod Touch. Because of its current state I’ll ask you visit the PSFreedom iPhoneLinux wiki page to download.

From the README:

Just a small testing release of PSFreedom for iPhoneLinux.

A precompiled kernel/initrd is in the iPT1G folder, the USB kernel
patch is in the PSFreedom/iphone folder. It should be applied to
kernel_common from the iDroid-Project user on github as detailed on
the web site.

The android.img.gz is the initrd plus a testing boot script, the
.ko should go in /lib in it.

To build PSF, use ‘make clean && make iphone’ from the PSFreedom
folder as usual.

At the time, Backup Manager isn’t working (and no, it’s not due to
the /dev_bdvd patch), but I’m working on fixing that.

Don’t expect too many support, as this is just an ‘early’ preview.

Booting the initrd will work by using the ‘Android’ menu option in
OpeniBoot. Once the screen starts filling up with ‘INIT’ you can do
the starting as usual with ‘jailbreak’ devices. Note that the iPhone
should be the only device plugged in the PS3′s USB ports.

– NTAuthority (2010-09-10)

It’s progress all right. Sooner or later the whole process will be simplified — you can count on that. Be patient — don’t update to 3.42. Good lookin’ NTAuthority. Props.

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