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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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hoowahman wrote:I would think if you really wanted to get the game on your account then to download and setup an android simulator where you can purchase/download it. I wonder if thats possible. Looks like once you get your emulator running (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) you just go here and download playstation store app from the emulated device: http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html
Tried it, but all the emulators give me a non-certified device notification :(
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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S1NFUL wrote:
hoowahman wrote:I would think if you really wanted to get the game on your account then to download and setup an android simulator where you can purchase/download it. I wonder if thats possible. Looks like once you get your emulator running (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) you just go here and download playstation store app from the emulated device: http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html
Tried it, but all the emulators give me a non-certified device notification :(
If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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redth wrote:
S1NFUL wrote:
hoowahman wrote:I would think if you really wanted to get the game on your account then to download and setup an android simulator where you can purchase/download it. I wonder if thats possible. Looks like once you get your emulator running (http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) you just go here and download playstation store app from the emulated device: http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html
Tried it, but all the emulators give me a non-certified device notification :(
If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.
I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.
I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?[/quote]

I got this working finally.

Go to http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/10/03 ... ed-device/ and download AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller.zip and unzip to a directory.

Start up your android emulator:

go to /adt-bundle/sdk/platform-tools and run the following commands once your emulator boots up:

./adb remount

./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/framework/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar /system/framework
./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml /system/etc/permissions/

./adb shell

in the shell now type:
chmod 644 /system/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar
chmod 644 /system/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml
rm /system/app/SdkSetup.apk

Close the emulator and start it again and download/install psm from http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html on the device and it should load! EDIT: This does not work and the system overwrites all the files when booting again. The way I got it working is by doing the above steps as it was booting up! So you got to be fast...yeah seems kind of nuts to do it this way but it works. What a pain. I really don't know if this is worth getting a dang free PSM game for.

I tried to download the newest PSM game Cubixx but could not since I couldn't turn on WIFI on the emulated device. However it is now in my download list on my account.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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hoowahman wrote: If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.

I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?

I got this working finally.

Go to http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/10/03 ... ed-device/ and download AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller.zip and unzip to a directory.

Start up your android emulator:

go to /adt-bundle/sdk/platform-tools and run the following commands once your emulator boots up:

./adb remount

./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/framework/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar /system/framework
./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml /system/etc/permissions/

./adb shell

in the shell now type:
chmod 644 /system/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar
chmod 644 /system/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml
rm /system/app/SdkSetup.apk

Close the emulator and start it again and download/install psm from http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html on the device and it should load! EDIT: This does not work and the system overwrites all the files when booting again. The way I got it working is by doing the above steps as it was booting up! So you got to be fast...yeah seems kind of nuts to do it this way but it works. What a pain. I really don't know if this is worth getting a dang free PSM game for.

I tried to download the newest PSM game Cubixx but could not since I couldn't turn on WIFI on the emulated device. However it is now in my download list on my account.
Well, I'll try it out and I'll get back to you.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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hoowahman wrote:
If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.

I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?

I got this working finally.

Go to http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/10/03 ... ed-device/ and download AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller.zip and unzip to a directory.

Start up your android emulator:

go to /adt-bundle/sdk/platform-tools and run the following commands once your emulator boots up:

./adb remount

./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/framework/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar /system/framework
./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml /system/etc/permissions/

./adb shell

in the shell now type:
chmod 644 /system/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar
chmod 644 /system/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml
rm /system/app/SdkSetup.apk

Close the emulator and start it again and download/install psm from http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html on the device and it should load! EDIT: This does not work and the system overwrites all the files when booting again. The way I got it working is by doing the above steps as it was booting up! So you got to be fast...yeah seems kind of nuts to do it this way but it works. What a pain. I really don't know if this is worth getting a dang free PSM game for.

I tried to download the newest PSM game Cubixx but could not since I couldn't turn on WIFI on the emulated device. However it is now in my download list on my account.
Wait are the commands that you gave me for Windows or Linux? And would this work with BlueStacks (Android emulator)?
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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I am going to test this method out soon. When I do I will report back.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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Well this is rather unfortunate. I so wanted to get that platinum trophy for P4G before Sony fixed the proxy, since I could still sync trophies. Looks like now I'm stuck with 71% completion.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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S1NFUL wrote:
hoowahman wrote:
If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.

I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?

I got this working finally.

Go to http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/10/03 ... ed-device/ and download AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller.zip and unzip to a directory.

Start up your android emulator:

go to /adt-bundle/sdk/platform-tools and run the following commands once your emulator boots up:

./adb remount

./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/framework/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar /system/framework
./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml /system/etc/permissions/

./adb shell

in the shell now type:
chmod 644 /system/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar
chmod 644 /system/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml
rm /system/app/SdkSetup.apk

Close the emulator and start it again and download/install psm from http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html on the device and it should load! EDIT: This does not work and the system overwrites all the files when booting again. The way I got it working is by doing the above steps as it was booting up! So you got to be fast...yeah seems kind of nuts to do it this way but it works. What a pain. I really don't know if this is worth getting a dang free PSM game for.

I tried to download the newest PSM game Cubixx but could not since I couldn't turn on WIFI on the emulated device. However it is now in my download list on my account.
Wait are the commands that you gave me for Windows or Linux? And would this work with BlueStacks (Android emulator)?
For linux/OS X...after you get into the shell its on the device.
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Re: Using the Fiddler Web Debugger to bypass 2.0 firmware ch

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hoowahman wrote:
S1NFUL wrote:
hoowahman wrote:
If that happened in real device, you need root access then install specific certificates (which are not installed on non Sony and some HTC) in order to run PSM. I am pretty sure there are many guides explaining how to do that.

I've read the guides, but how do you root an emulator?

I got this working finally.

Go to http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/10/03 ... ed-device/ and download AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller.zip and unzip to a directory.

Start up your android emulator:

go to /adt-bundle/sdk/platform-tools and run the following commands once your emulator boots up:

./adb remount

./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/framework/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar /system/framework
./adb push ~/AndroidPolice_SonyPlaystationCertsInstaller/playcert/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml /system/etc/permissions/

./adb shell

in the shell now type:
chmod 644 /system/com.playstation.playstationcertified.jar
chmod 644 /system/etc/permissions/com.playstation.playstationcertified.xml
rm /system/app/SdkSetup.apk

Close the emulator and start it again and download/install psm from http://www.playstation.com/psm/store/en.html on the device and it should load! EDIT: This does not work and the system overwrites all the files when booting again. The way I got it working is by doing the above steps as it was booting up! So you got to be fast...yeah seems kind of nuts to do it this way but it works. What a pain. I really don't know if this is worth getting a dang free PSM game for.

I tried to download the newest PSM game Cubixx but could not since I couldn't turn on WIFI on the emulated device. However it is now in my download list on my account.
Wait are the commands that you gave me for Windows or Linux? And would this work with BlueStacks (Android emulator)?
For linux/OS X...after you get into the shell its on the device.
Yea, I'm on Windows, so...Could you tell me how I could do this on Windows? I'd greatly appreciate it.
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