PS3 Firmware v3.60 Released! Sony Removed All Loaders to Secure PlayStation 3

by Jeffry on March 9, 2011

PS3 Firmware v3.60 has just been released for PlayStation 3 users as a system update in order to patch Jailbreak exploit. With this new version, PlayStation Plus subscribers can also boot saved games into the cloud.

The new online storage feature allows gamers to store up to 150MB of game save data and a maximum of 1000 data files per PSN account. Users also have the ability to back-up “copy-prohibited save data,” and all previously saved data may be restored once per 24 hour period. When the new feature launches, most PS3 titles will be compatible with online storage for game saves, and moving forward, all new titles will have the capability to offer the storage option.

Infamous PS3 hacker, Youness Alaoui is confirming that in PS3 3.60, Sony has removed all the loaders. No more loaders are available under isoldr/lv1ldr/lv2ldr/appldr. In addition to it, to make PS3 console more secure and jailbreak-proof they have added lv0.2!

If you have PS3 homebrew or have jailbroken your PS3 console earlier and want to retain, it is highly recommended that you do not update your PS3 console to firmware v3.60 at all.

We will update you as and when more information on PS3 3.60 comes-in. To keep yourself updated on PS3 news, you can follow us on twitter or join our facebook fanpage.

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