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    PS3 USB Modchip for Game Backups

    PS3 USB Modchip for Game Backups

    Gamers want an easy way of backing up their expensive PS3 games to prevent wear and tear. Now, a group has come out with something called the PSJailbreak, which allows for playing hard drive backups, and there’s no dangerous console modding required.

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    Simply insert the USB dongle, use the included backup tool, and you’ll be able to play games off either the PS3’s internal drive or external storage. Warning: Sony doesn’t like these type of add-ons, and chances are they’ll release firmware updates to counteract the plug-in. The video below shows the process.

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