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Ps3 Save Resigner Mac !LINK! Download

When you play a game on your PlayStation 3, your save data is stored locally. PlayStation Plus subscribers get the added benefit of storing their saves in the cloud. In both cases, your game saves are linked to your account. Most of the time that's a non-issue. At other times, however, it's a serious impediment not being able to use other people's save games on your PlayStation 3. Luckily, there's a way around that; a way to explore a friend's save game (or one you found online) on your PS3.

Ps3 Save Resigner Mac Download

Messing around with your PlayStation, something can always go wrong. A nephew deletes the account on your PlayStation 3, or your hard drive fails and is corrupted (might be a good time to upgrade your HDD). It's not hard to imagine a scenario where all your data goes down the drain. As always, making preemptive back-ups of your PS3 save games is the best solution. But if you didn't, the hindsight will do you little good. That copy of Lego Batman you had almost finished? Gone. The map and properties you unlocked in GTA V? Never to be seen again.

You could start over. Clean slate, working up to your earlier level of completion. You could, but most people wouldn't. Downloading another save game that's at 100% won't give you the same level of satisfaction (it's not your save), but it's the easiest way to access that end-game content.

Even if your save games didn't get lost, there's no shame in downloading and playing with other save games. Gaming is first and foremost about enjoying yourself; if you like to mess around in GTA without running through the story first, go right ahead.

Another place with a lot of save games is The Tech Game, although you have to sign up for an account before you're able to download files. Finally, if neither of those pan out, you can always try Google.

Your save games are associated with your console and user account. They are signed with a key from your PlayStation, like a certificate of identification. Because other save games are signed with a different key, your PlayStation won't run them. We will extract your key from one of your own save games and use it to resign the save game you downloaded.

We'll walk you through the process step by step. You'll only have to configure the software once, but you'll have to resign every downloaded save game individually. Don't worry, once you get the hang of it, it takes but a minute.

We'll need one of your own save games for this to work. Just pick a random one or, if you don't have any save games on your console, create a new save game first. Pick a USB drive and follow our guide on backing up PS3 save games.

If you plug the USB stick into your computer, you should see the folder structure USB stick > PS3 > SAVEDATA. In this folder, save games are grouped per game, each in a folder with the game code. This is the same code you'll find on the side of the game's case.

Next, select Profiles. We're going to use your original save game to create a template for resigning external save games. Enter a profile name and press Load From Param.SFO and browse to the original save game you transferred to your computer in step 1. In the save game folder, you'll find a file called 'Param.SFO', containing your private keys.

Still in [PS3] Save Resigner, select Open > Single Gamesave. (If the Open button is unresponsive, press the drop-down arrow at the right side of the button.) Browse to one of the save games you downloaded or leeched from a friend and select the save game folder.

Some save games will throw an error when you load them into [PS3] Save Resigner. The application is missing some crucial data it needs to process the save game. If you don't get this error, skip ahead to step 4.

After extracting, browse to the ps3tools folder and open tools > BruteforceSaveData > BruteforceSaveData.exe. You'll be asked in a pop-up to configure your profile by loading data from an original Param.NFO file that's included in one of your original saves, similar to the set-up in step 3.

In the top right corner, make sure to tick off the checkbox next to Use data alignment. Browse (...) to the folder containing the save game that threw an error. The game should show up in the main panel of the application.


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