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NOTE: this is not my actual tutorial credit goes to @iETH4N from ps3iso, the method is foolproof and i use it whenever i download a game.

what you need:

1.ps3 obviously

2.LAN cable

3.a pc

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I hope this will be useful for some of you,i find it really handy because there's no need for a hdd to transfer big games to my console,as i myself transfered gta 5 which is 17gb in like 15mn or less.

 

 

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