Well looks like the time has come for some CFW on the PS4 according to the guy’s over at tsiserver. Now let’s take this with a pinch of salt like all things on the net as this could be real or fake. I like to believe that its real but you know how things are on the net, until there’s hardcore proof of it. The last person I remember being able to get into the debug setting of the PS4 was skfu back around 1.76/2.00FW and if you remember the 2.50 beta were skfu showed everyone how to install it, even if you weren’t in the PS4 beta program.
So it looks like the people over at tsiserver.us have come up with a way to use their CFW on the PS4 2.50 beta and unlike all other CFW, this looks like it more for developing homebrew or even an indie game without having a dev license from Sony. At the moment, they are working on some type of downgrader but there’s no other info on this and like I said before take this with a pinch of salt. I also reach out to talk with anyone at tsiserver but no response yet, here’s what they had to say about their project.
It’s been a year, and we finally have CFW working on 2.50’s Beta. We manage to be able to install PKGs and run them without authorization.
We are now opening up sign-ups to pick a few selected members to test the CFW.
This CFW only removes the authorization of PKGs, it does not allow installation of Pirated Games. If you are a developer, you can test your Game/App on a retail console with this firmware.
This CFW is intended for developers to create PS4 software to promote their games, we have removed all PSN/SEN features due to installing this firmware violates the terms and conditions of accessing such features.
Downgrade to this firmware is under development, we currently only offer this update to a selected amount of people, and we don’t intend to make it public anytime soon. The only way to receive this CFW is to sign up. Which we then review your details to determine if you are a suitable fit to teat this CFW.
We at TSISERVER do not endorse illegal activity with our services. By signing up, your information will be kept confidential, and you agree to receive periodic emails from us. At any time, you can revoke your membership, however this information must stay confidential.
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Thank’s for the tip lanabr
So what do you think about this, is it just more internet bullshit or could it be real. Let us know in the comments below?