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Offline   xXFROSTXx

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Hey Customforge Community,

 

Im new here and was wondering if someone could answer my questions :)

 

I got Rocksmith 2014 for my Playstation Super Slim (250 GB Version 4.55) a few weeks ago and I think its an awesome tool to learn guitar. Just the songs that are avaible are not that much what I want to play. (besides Slayer Iron Maiden, and System of a Down)

 

Here my question towards downloadable custom songs here.

 

1. After downloading the PS3 version of the songs do I need to convert them or are they good to go ?

 

2. How do I bring the songs over to my PS 3

 

3. Would a PS3 Super Slim accept the custom songs (DLCs) ?

 

Thanks for the help



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Offline   Sieg_Master

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Well, I presume you have a cfw.

It´s very easy, using the multiman or another kind of manager, you just copy the ps3 versions of the songs to a folder called ''DLC'' in the internal HD, if you don´t have this folder just create it .

And that´s it is just play and learn new stuff



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Offline   xXFROSTXx

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Sorry im a total noob on that area.

Whats a ctw ?  Do I need both multiman and cfw ?

In which internal hd shall I create that folder ?

 

Cheers



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Offline   Prits_uk2002

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Think of cfw as a customised os for your ps3 which will open your console up more. multimanis a loader, filemanager, etc. Yes you need both. In order the run multiman or even install it your console needs to be running cfw.

 

Old thread but I hope that clears up for future



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super slim are compatible with £HAN vulnerability.
then you can make&install package with CDLCs