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PS3 Slim Jailbreak Mod Chip Hack device

Due to recent Federal court rulings in Melbourne Victoria PS3 mod chip dongle known as the Jailbreak device
has been banned in Australia Court halts PS Jailbreak

The Mod chip known as the Jailbreak is a USB chip set Dongle device that when inserted into the front USB socket of the ps3 console allowed the owner to execute unauthorized unsigned code that can backup original owned games directly to the hard disc drive or even external USB hard drive formatted to the FAT 32 File system
Jailbreak will run Home brew Software & development applications demonstration Programs & self written applications to interact with your PS3 console Also possible was running of PS2 games

The ps3 Jailbreak Mod chip dongle was designed to wok with the game console system update firmware version 3.55 latter Sony system update V3.56 patches the exploit on the console rendering the Jailbreak useless

Soft mods are also popular with the Playstation system, Sony are on the ball to block the PS3 Homebrew scene
with consistently regular Playstation system updates that remove the soft mod, restoring the console software to the ps3 default

We do not sell or support the PS3 Jailbreak USB Dongle device

 

PS3 jailbreak

The PS3 jailbreak was outlawed in Australia Sony claim a violation of copyright law. The Federal courts ruled The PS jailbreak cannot be imported, sold or distributed to any person or even offered to the public something like crack cocaine amphetamines. according to Sony its very, Very evil Linux hack Guru George Hotz was noted for being the first person to hack His Legally owned Sony Playstation 3

He later dragged to court and sued by Big Brother Sony, yet the fact of the matter Homebrew Linux is free legit and also very legal, but it cannot be installed on your own purchased game console Who knows next, maybe Linux will be banned because it can be used as a tool to circumvent product's

Personally we believe if you own your game console you have every right to do what you want with it, where you burn it, smash it, Dismantle it, use it as a door stop, or hack the crap out of it to run legally obtainable Homebrew Linux applications
via The use of a USB dongle like the jailbreak.

JailbreakThe Banned Jailbreak dongle device

If you buy the Jailbreak dongle you can use it to run legit Legal Linux Homebrew or breach copyright laws.

If you buy a Knife you can use it to fillet fish you legally catch, or stab and kill someone, so then
why not ban knives, the law is dumb and stuffed legal courts are manipulated by corporate giants

I can walk down the street, buy a bottle of scotch over the counter, get drunk, drive and kill someone, or assault someone, or cause violet drunken behavior yet alcohol is legal

According to the law the Jailbreak Dongle Product is an illegal item that is not available from us at AusGameStore
Any Email or Telephone Queries regarding this device will not be answered and terminated

So don't bother even thinking about it, We don't sell this product or even know where to get it

 

 

 

 

 

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