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Psn Patch Download Package ~REPACK~

How to Install PSN Patch and RAP Files on Your PS3 Console

PSN Patch is a homebrew app or plugin that disables CFW syscalls and spoofs your console ID and PSID to make your system more "safe" to go online with CFW. It also deletes the boot history execution, installs RAPs and EDATs, unlocks ps2classics launcher, patches games to run on lower firmware, and more[^1^].

Psn Patch Download Package

In this article, we will show you how to install PSN Patch and RAP files on your PS3 console using a USB drive. You will need a PS3 console with CFW installed, a USB drive formatted to FAT32, and the latest PSN Patch package downloaded from here[^1^].

Step 1: Install PSN Patch Package

Copy the PSN Patch package (psnpatch_2017.02B.pkg) to the root of your USB drive. Plug the USB drive into your PS3 console and go to Package Manager > Install Package Files > Standard. Select the PSN Patch package and press X to install it. You will see a new icon on your XMB menu called PSN Patch.

Step 2: Run PSN Patch App

Run the PSN Patch app from the XMB menu. You will see a black screen with some options. Press L1 to install the PSN Patch plugin. This will allow you to activate PSN Patch by pressing SELECT + L3 + R3 + R2 on the XMB menu. Press X to exit the app.

Step 3: Install RAP Files

RAP files are license files that allow you to play PSN games and DLCs on your CFW console. You can download RAP files from various sources online. Copy the RAP files to a folder called exdata on the root of your USB drive. Plug the USB drive into your PS3 console and run the PSN Patch app again. Press L3 to install all RAP files from your USB drive. You will see a message saying "RAPs Installed OK". Press X to exit the app.

Step 4: Disable CFW Syscalls and Spoof Console ID

Before you go online with your CFW console, you need to disable CFW syscalls and spoof your console ID and PSID to avoid being banned by Sony. To do this, press SELECT + L3 + R3 + R2 on the XMB menu. You will hear a beep and see a message saying "PSNPatch: Syscalls Disabled & IDPS Spoofed". This means you are ready to go online safely.

Step 5: Enjoy Your PSN Games and DLCs

You can now launch your PSN games and DLCs from the XMB menu or from a backup manager like Multiman or Irisman. You can also access the PSN store and other online services without any problems. Remember to always use PSN Patch before going online with your CFW console.

For more information and support about PSN Patch, you can visit the official thread here[^1^]. You can also watch this video tutorial here[^3^]. Happy gaming!

FAQs about PSN Patch

PSN Patch is a useful tool for PS3 users who want to go online with CFW and play PSN games and DLCs. However, you may have some questions or doubts about how it works and what it can do. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about PSN Patch:

Q: Is PSN Patch 100% safe to use?

A: No, there is no such thing as 100% safety when using CFW and going online. PSN Patch only makes your system more "safe" by hiding some signs of CFW and homebrew usage, but it does not guarantee that you will not be banned by Sony. You should always use PSN Patch at your own risk and responsibility.

Q: Do I need to update PSN Patch every time there is a new firmware update?

A: No, PSN Patch is firmware independent, meaning it should work on any future firmware updates without the need of an update. However, you should always check the official threads[^1^] [^2^] [^4^] for any news or updates regarding PSN Patch compatibility and functionality.

Q: How can I uninstall PSN Patch?

A: If you want to uninstall PSN Patch, you can simply delete the PSN Patch app from the XMB menu and the PSN Patch plugin from /dev_hdd0/plugins/psnpatch.sprx. You can also use the uninstall option in the PSN Patch app by pressing R1.

Q: How can I get support or report bugs for PSN Patch?

A: If you need support or want to report bugs for PSN Patch, you can visit the official threads[^1^] [^2^] [^4^] and post your questions or feedback there. You can also contact the developer KW by email at c481cea774


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