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PS3 How to make a Cheat PKG

Discussion in 'PlayStation 3 Tutorials' started by GamePwnzer, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. GamePwnzer Former Staff

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    My goal is to encourage you to make your own content for yourself and RivalGamer.com. This tutorial will take you though the steps of how to make modded PS3 PKG files.

    Things you need:
    1. PS3 running a CFW with an FTP
    2. Offsets for the version game you wish to mod
    2. The tools posted here

    The Tools:

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    Guide:

    1. Download and extract the tools
    2. Download the files below via FTP for the game of your choice from the PS3 and place them in the "game" folder in the "Pkg repacker"
    (ICON0.PNG, PARAM.SFO, \USDIR\EBOOT.BIN)



    3. Move the "Eboot.bin" to the root directory of the "Self Resigner". Run "resigner.exe" and select option 1 (assuming this is a CEX eboot)

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    4. There will now be a new file named "EBOOT.ELF" in the resigner's root directory.
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    5. This "ELF" file is what you will edit to make the mods. Use your favorite hex editor (HxD is a good one, link included above) and modify the offsets you had found earlier in the tutorial.

    Before:
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    After:
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    6. Move the modified "ELF" into the root of the "resigner". Run the application and select option "2" for CEX or "11" for DEX.

    7. Move the new "EBOOT.BIN" into the "USRDIR" directory I showed you in video for step 2.

    8. Run the "repacker" program and select option 1.


    9. You should now have your modded pkg file in your "pkg" directory.


    10. Connect to your PS3 via FTP and install the pkg. If you're unsure how to do that, follow the tutorial here:
    http://www.rivalgamer.com/threads/how-to-use-cheats-pkg-s.977/



     
  2. Cyb3r Site Owner

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  3. nasty1000 Newbie

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    cool thanks for this, im gonna try to do this. is it ok to ask questions here if i have any?
     
  4. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    Sure man we are always here to help.
     
  5. nasty1000 Newbie

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    is there a list of game offsets somewhere? or am i going to have to find all of them myself?
     
  6. Cain532 Happy Modding

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    Check THIS POST out :)
     
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    I did not work with Resident Evil 4 Category DG not supported in Fast Pack, try the custom package operation.
    [*] Press any key to continue ...
     
  8. nasty1000 Newbie

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    nasty1000, Jun 25, 2018
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    #8
    will these programs work on win xp in a virtual box?

    also can not get the pkg file to unzipp for some reason, tried two different extractors and yes i did use the password..
    Ok got this working with winzip
     
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  10. T0PGlitch3r Moderator

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    Yes mate upgrade to Windows 10
     
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  11. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    As @T0PGlitch3r said it requires .Net Framework 4.5+ so you must upgrade your Windows to compatible version.
     
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  13. nasty1000 Newbie

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    @Cyb3r
    This is what i get when i open the files that were suggested in an above post, can you explain what im looking at, and is this the info im looking for to make the package?

    Invincibility
    0
    FBML
    0 0013DE20 48000024
    0 0013DE60 60000000
    #
    Invincible Vehicles
    0
    FBML
    0 00BC3C38 4182000C
    #
    Invisible To All Predators
    0
    FBML
    0 005B84BC 48000028
    #
    Undetectable By Enemy Soldiers
    0
    FBML
    0 007F0498 60000000
     
  14. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    @nasty1000 Those are NetCheat codes

    0 0013DE20 48000024

    0 means write to memory
    0013DE20 is the memory address subtract it by 0x10000 if you're going to use in eboot.elf
    48000024 is the bytes to write to that address
     
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  15. nasty1000 Newbie

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    nasty1000, Jun 27, 2018
    | Last edited: Jun 27, 2018
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    @Cyb3r
    Haha im am actually laughing out loud at how little i know about this.....maybe im in too deep, but i feel like im close. Most of what you said is jibberish to me lol. Could you show me an example of how to subtract 0x10000 from 0013DE20? And once i find that address what bytes do i replace on that line? or is there a better resource for codes?

    Edit
    After some googling i came up with DE20..would that be correct?
     
  16. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    You can use chrome search bar copy and paste this: 0x0013DE20 - 0x10000

    the result will be shown under it with equal sign.
     
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  17. nasty1000 Newbie

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    @Cyb3r
    Would this be correct? 0x12DE20 and this is the offset? Then i search for this offset line in hex editor and change the hex where the curser lands?
     
  18. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    Exactly. But you to decrypt the eboot.bin to eboot.elf first then after modifying the bytes convert it back to eboot.bin.
     
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    @Cyb3r

    I do have it converted to the elf file and in the hex editor now, thank you so much for the help so far. When i search i leave of the 0x before the 12DE20 off?
     
  20. Cyb3r Site Owner

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    No you don't need the 0x anymore.
     
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