PS3 Advanced Power Option

by Shaaz (Admin)
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Advanced Power Options – It is a very frustrating thing that there is no reboot option in PS3. Sometimes we just want to reboot our PS3 console not turn off. To reboot our PS3 console we have to turn off and on. You can see rebooting, rebuild database, etc features on PS4 console, not on PS3. Maybe the developer forgets to add these features for PS3 system and he keeps forgetting for all latest firmware.

Advanced Power Options adds options for rebooting, rebuilding database, etc. You can also install Reload XMB PKG to dev_hdd0/Packages if you want that features on your system menu. The best thing is which comes with Advanced Power Options v 1.11, It supports HEN and CFW systems. All you need to just install it as you install PKG formatted games from USB stick.

Application Details

Application NameAdvanced Power Options
Version1.11
Supported PlatformPlayStation 3
Supported JailbreakHFW, CFW up to 4.85
File FormatPKG
Size0.3MB

Advanced Power Option installation introduction for CFW

  1. Extract require file on your computer desktop or any specific folder on your computer.
  2. Plug your USB drive and format it with FAT32.
  3. Copy result file and paste it under USB root.
  4. Plug your USB drive on your PS3 console second port which is close to Blu-Ray drive.
  5. Go to Package Manager and install Advanced Power Option
  6. Reboot your PS3 console to apply changes.

Advanced Power Option installation introduction for HEN

  1. Extract require file on your computer desktop or any specific folder on your computer.
  2. Plug your USB drive and format it with FAT32.
  3. Copy result file and paste it under USB root.
  4. Plug your USB drive on your PS3 console second port which is close to Blu-Ray drive.
  5. Enable HEN
  6. Go to Package Manager and install Advanced Power Option
  7. Reboot your PS3 console to apply changes.

PS3 Advanced Systems 1.11 adds

  • Reboot into a Database Rebuild
  • Reboot into a File System Check
  • Reboot into Recovery Mode (NOR)
  • Reboot into Recovery Mode (NAND)
  • Added screensaver mode to advanced options
    Full-screen background with no icons,
  • Moved Reload XMB app into the advanced options sub-menu.
  • Removed the NAND recovery mode option, NAND users can use v1.10 if they really need that.
  • Slipstreamed category_user_login.xml by linking it back to the main XML.

You’ll need these

Conclusion – I hope your problem of rebooting will be over now. You can freely leave your issues, feedback or queries in the comment section. Like my Facebook page and subscribe to my YouTube channel to stay connected with me.

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