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Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by Darton Staker » Thu Jul 03, 2014 12:54 pm

Hi there,

I was wondering if there is anyone who is also attempting to use the tutorials given on the savedata exploiting for ps vita.

I have gone over a good number of tutorials and "solutions" to some issues experienced with the usbhostfs_pc and the pspsh executable files for linking the psp to the pc side for crash dumping etc, now I have seen that the drivers for the PSP Type B do not work with the OS I have, Windows 7, and that the usbhostfs_pc occasionally has the issue of displaying bind: already in use, refering to one or other software or hardware taking up that binding point,

1. I need to know how to allocate a far off binding point for PSP.
2. I cannot seem to get ANY response from pspsh, my guess is it has to do with the drivers for the USB and what is currently happening on the psp side. Any direct inputs into these open windows results in no direct change that I can notice besides the cd command and pwd & mount, which does seem to do something. mounting doesnt lead to any further change on the PSP side even when cd to the direct location of the psplink eboot, running the eboot seems to lock the application in place without an modules being loaded, I previously experienced the modules failing to load and I looked up the error reference and managed to stop it from popping up but it now gets me no further than that.

I have no experience of this software, In the past I worked with a lot of hacking plugins and what-have-you so I am aware of the importance of this,

To note, I originally had the PSP 1000 (PHAT) then I got a PSP 2000 (PSPv2004), I realize that not everything works with this model of PSP but nothing directly points to it not being supported in any way. I have many physical copies of UMDs that I can rip and I used to have 100s of backups on external (lost due to hardware failure in 2013) so I still have a decent chance of obtaining a exploit for the ps vita- I want to help out in the community, and if I can get past this first step(hickup) it would really help me to progress,

If anyone can assist please PM me. I also will answer any questions of what it is that isnt working and the results of my inputs.
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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by fate6 » Thu Jul 03, 2014 3:46 pm

Moved to Programming/Security

The driver does work and yes you do need it.
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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by SMOKE » Fri Jul 04, 2014 1:34 am

Wrong programming section fate6 ;)

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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by DS_Marine » Fri Jul 04, 2014 6:43 pm

Drivers from JJS always work for me
http://jjs.at/software/lwbridge.html

The only case when I got address in use was when following Jetdrone's minpspw tutorials, and lauching usbhostfs as an eclipse tool, sometimes you lose sight/access to the termial window that continues to run it. So I always launch it from command line/shortcuts.
Also you can use sysinternal's TCPVIEW to check which program/service is using those ports.
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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by Kankertje » Fri Jul 04, 2014 6:57 pm

IIRC uTorrent uses same port

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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by Darton Staker » Sun Jul 06, 2014 4:02 pm

Hi there,

Thanks for the help, with extended persistence I managed to come right,

I have a fully functional PSPLink, In fact I was able to already locate a possible exploit- too bad that the game I am using isn't located on the EU and JAP PSN stores, Anyway, If anyone has a reliable source for downloading PSP isos for free that would also be appreciated.
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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by Joel16 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 4:38 pm

Darton Staker wrote:Anyway, If anyone has a reliable source for downloading PSP isos for free that would also be appreciated.
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Re: Difficulty using psplink for exploiting

Post by qwikrazor87 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 5:28 pm

Darton Staker wrote:Hi there,

Thanks for the help, with extended persistence I managed to come right,

I have a fully functional PSPLink, In fact I was able to already locate a possible exploit- too bad that the game I am using isn't located on the EU and JAP PSN stores, Anyway, If anyone has a reliable source for downloading PSP isos for free that would also be appreciated.
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