PS3 Custom Firmware v3.21: Adds Other OS support, Slim support

By Alan Ng - Apr 7, 2010

It has only been a week since PS3 hacker GeoHot vowed to explore Custom Firmware on the PS3, and now he has delivered. He has uploaded a video showing his custom 3.21 firmware, which retains support for the ‘Install Other OS’ option.

Most of you will be aware, that Sony removed this feature with the official firmware – a move that many gamers didn’t like too much.

GeoHot has now provided a custom firmware bypassing Sony’s security, and states that a release date will be available soon.

Interestingly, GeoHot also reveals that the CFW could run on the PS3 Slim, meaning that Other OS could be enabled on that system too. Pretty impressive, you have to say.

You can see his video demo here. Let us know your thoughts on this. We imagine a lot of you who didnt update are pretty excited.

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  • burntroach

    Thats Great now if we can get a CFW that can play BD backups an ps2 backups on DVD will rock an put it up an give the 360 a run for its money i love the 360 cause can backup my games so i dont have to buy them again if it breaks or scratchs GO!!!! GEOHoT

  • PS3DEV

    Speak for yourself….

    Idiot!

  • Tustin1

    No one cares about the other OS feature…