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E3 flasher news--no soldering now and downgrade V3.72

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by Dylanbug, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. Dylanbug

    Dylanbug Member

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    Just 24 hours after Sony released the new firmware V3.72 for PS3, check here: http://forums.afterdawn.com/t.cfm/f-153/ps3_v3_72_released-910688/ today E3 team released the news that their E3 flasher can downgrade V3.72 and also released the video.

    Another news from them that they will will provide NOR FLASH CLIP free in our 3K limited version! So all Slim models now supported and versions of FAT consoles with NOR and no need to solder anything for downgrading, or dual-boot!

    NAND FLASH CLIP also fininshed, will be available in the new up-coming E3 FLASHER NAND version.

    You can get more details from here : http://www.digitopz.com/e3-flasher-downgrade-ps3-v370-to-v355-p-1091.html According to the info from them, this item will be released in the end of this month.

    Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz2HIm5CnN4
     
  2. GBX_Lee

    GBX_Lee Regular member

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    Seems it is sold out on this site you linked.
    Anyway I ordered this E3 Flasher from slickgate.com, they promise a free solderless chip.
     
  3. DavGerm4

    DavGerm4 Active member

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    The first like 3000 units of the E3Flasher had the pcb ribbon cable that you would use to solder to the motherboard. But now they will all have the solderless clip.
     
  4. Melanieq

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    The e3 flasher does not require soldering?? that's a great news
     

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