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PDIX Dumper

Dumper to dump/extract files required by PCSX4 from an actual PlayStation 4 console. The dumper currently supports PS4 FW ver 1.76, 4.55, 5.00, 5.05.

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  1. Connect your computer and PS4 to the same network.

  2. Setup ps4-payload-sdk.

  3. Before building, change the IP address (#define BLOBS_ADDR IP(192,168,2,1)) found inside source/blob.c to the IP adress of the pc where the will be running.

  4. Build the payload for your firmware version with make. Pick one of the following supported firmware versions: 1.76, 4.55, 5.00, 5.05. For example:

    make 5.00
  5. Start the server with:

  6. Enter your computer's IP address in the PlayStation 4 web browser and follow the instructions on screen. The exploit provided by only works for firmware 5.00. If you are on a different firmware you need to run an exploit manually and send the dumper payload using netcat/socat:

socat -u FILE:dumper.bin TCP:"PS4 IP":9020


This dumper requires an exploit that listens for payloads in binary format on port 9020. These payloads need to be mapped as follows in user address space:

  • 0x926200000: Code (can be changed in Makefile)
  • 0x926300000: Data (can be changed in Makefile)
  • 0x926400000: Arguments (can be changed in source/main.c)

Furthermore, the server will listen at port 9021 for incoming blobs, and optionally at 9022 for debug messages.

Compiling Notes

If you want to add support for a new FW, use one of the source/ as template and update the required offset to match that of your FW.

Credits: Orbital Virtualization-based PlayStation 4 emulator.

Thanks to: flatz, idc, m0rph3us1987, masterzorag, wildcard, x41, zecoxao, zer0xff, z80.

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