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  • Posted by pustal , on 15/05/2015, @ 02:56pm

     

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    According to UOL Jogos, Raspberry Pi has been used by local salesmen to flash a PS4 image with 10 games, for between R$ 300 to R$ 400 (about $100 to $150 or €88 to €132) .

    The process has been tried to be replicated, and are alledged cases of success, but should brick on 2.51 OFW:
    Cfwprophet’s explanation seems to confirm the technique. He however says that attempting this on the latest PS4 firmware (2.51) will brick your console:
    1. Buy a PSN Game on Master Console and download it
    2. Connect Slave Console to PSN, create Account from Master Console, activate Slave Console and download the game
    3. Dump the NOR Flash of Slave Console with Tools like Teensy++ or the Pi (let us call that dump from now on ActivatedDMP)
    4. Boot Slave Console, Connect to PSN and Deactivate the Console
    5. Write the ActivatedDMP back to the NOR of Slave Console
    6. Profit, the Process can now be repeated on any other PS4 without reaching the “three consoles max” official PSN Game Share limit.

    Sony has already sent a cease and desist letter.

    Source 1, source 2 (image)

    Edit: seems like the process isn't new ( http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/JAISPI ).

    Discuss in Forums (47)



  • 47 Comments

    1. ssjbrolly
      05-15-2015
      04:03 PM
      1

      being backed up and running it is another thing :P but this starting to look promising and I can see sony going full guns on this one.

    2. Yutolio
      05-15-2015
      05:17 PM
      2

      ssjbrolly wrote:
      being backed up and running it is another thing :P but this starting to look promising and I can see sony going full guns on this one.

      Nothing that charges you a ton of $$$ is promising. Promising would be having this exploit released to the wild and not trying to rip people off.

    3. pustal
      05-15-2015
      06:21 PM
      3

      Yutolio wrote:
      Nothing that charges you a ton of $$$ is promising. Promising would be having this exploit released to the wild and not trying to rip people off.

      It seems to be a replicatable process, but the fact that requires you to have an original console dump and the process requirements seems to much of an hassle for most people. That and it's nothing near a jailbreak or poiting towards to. Sony seems to have already taken software measures.

    4. C00keyMonster
      05-16-2015
      04:29 AM
      4

      There needs to be more information on this. If it bricks 2.51 does that mean the system pretty much loses online capabilities, or can it be done on an earlier firmware then updated without losing any functionality.

      I highly doubt anyone want to $500+ for a PS4 with 10 games and no online functionality, it doesn't seem very cost effective.

      Funny how information like this hits major media outlets a month after its been patched.

    5. moacyrpreto
      05-16-2015
      04:46 AM
      5

      Tuto and More information in www.perolanegra.org

      No problems in ofw 2.51!!!

    6. ps3_wars
      05-16-2015
      04:58 AM
      6

      Isnt there that other method they use to install pkgs feom psn glitch or did they already patch that?

    7. ynotrhyme
      05-16-2015
      08:47 AM
      7

      so basically u have to purchase the games and then you can share it wiith someone if you like with the image?

    8. concretecork
      05-16-2015
      03:02 PM
      8

      What is the point of this. All this work for a few psn games? Idiocy if you ask me. And like stated above not cost effective. The people paying all that money for psn games must be mentally challenged. Charging people for pirated games, these Brazilians should be ashamed of themselves.

    9. altimit
      05-16-2015
      08:35 PM
      9

      Dump the NOR Flash of Slave Console with Tools like Teensy++ or the Pi

      I'm more interested in the details of how they are accessing the NOR with a Pi

    10. pustal
      05-16-2015
      10:14 PM
      10

      C00keyMonster wrote:
      There needs to be more information on this. If it bricks 2.51 does that mean the system pretty much loses online capabilities, or can it be done on an earlier firmware then updated without losing any functionality.

      I highly doubt anyone want to $500+ for a PS4 with 10 games and no online functionality, it doesn't seem very cost effective.

      Funny how information like this hits major media outlets a month after its been patched.

      I is alledged that you can update afterwars, it could cause trouble going online with the clonned account though. May not be the best deal but seemed that people still paid for it.
      moacyrpreto wrote:
      Tuto and More information in www.perolanegra.org

      No problems in ofw 2.51!!!

      I don't see metioned in which firmware was it done, only that it is updatable. I leave the warning until proven otherwise.
      ps3_wars wrote:
      Isnt there that other method they use to install pkgs feom psn glitch or did they already patch that?

      Wasn't that a PSPlus related glitch rather?
      ynotrhyme wrote:
      so basically u have to purchase the games and then you can share it wiith someone if you like with the image?

      As I understand, pretty much.
      concretecork wrote:
      What is the point of this. All this work for a few psn games? Idiocy if you ask me. And like stated above not cost effective. The people paying all that money for psn games must be mentally challenged. Charging people for pirated games, these Brazilians should be ashamed of themselves.

      Now that the process is out there, at least is replicatable outside these sellers. Nevertheless it doesn't bring anything good to me. If only the dump could be edited to run unsigned code...
      altimit wrote:
      I'm more interested in the details of how they are accessing the NOR with a Pi

      I translated the tutorial here, the pinpoint connection is not yet revealed though.

    11. ps3_wars
      05-16-2015
      11:10 PM
      11

      So far I guess there's 2 big mods, this thread, and theres the psn glitch that lets us install pkg files. But if you think about it, this thread is a first step into hard moding which may be useful over time. But the psn glitch that lets us install pkg games, may be patched through a later update. So i guess we should do the psn mod/glitch now beforr an upcoming patch

    12. pustal
      05-16-2015
      11:20 PM
      12

      ps3_wars wrote:
      So far I guess there's 2 big mods, this thread, and theres the psn glitch that lets us install pkg files. But if you think about it, this thread is a first step into hard moding which may be useful over time. But the psn glitch that lets us install pkg games, may be patched through a later update. So i guess we should do the psn mod/glitch now beforr an upcoming patch

      What is this PSN glitch you're talking about? Can you link me to anything related?

    13. C00keyMonster
      05-16-2015
      11:23 PM
      13

      Hmm so it does require soldering, that's a shame for me, but still great since there are many skilled in the community who are willing to share there services.

      The pinpoint connection is pretty easy find, I stumbled across a few times hoping to find a solderless solution.

    14. ps3_wars
      05-16-2015
      11:46 PM
      14

      If your familiar with psnstuff, they have ps4 pkgs there now, http://www.ps3hax.net/showthread.php?t=77770

    15. ps3_wars
      05-16-2015
      11:51 PM
      15

      Actually im not quite sure if its real or not, a bunch of people are saying its fake. But real or not, there are still ps4 pkg files on psnstuff.

    16. Isleofdoom
      05-17-2015
      12:26 AM
      16

      Ok let's think about this after seeing an explanation on this. All it is is using game share exploite and imaging of your flash from your nor chip. Not if you think 100 ppl had this done and each console was banned due to this that's 100 units of paper weight as most games require online streaming data now what good does this do? You may aswel throw it out and buy a new unit.

    17. pustal
      05-17-2015
      12:39 AM
      17

      ps3_wars wrote:
      Actually im not quite sure if its real or not, a bunch of people are saying its fake. But real or not, there are still ps4 pkg files on psnstuff.

      That is indeed fake.
      I guess you can intercept packages, but install them is another thing. That and even if you could, those who require some sort of signature/key (payed games / full versions) would not be playable as well.
      Isleofdoom wrote:
      most games require online streaming data now

      What data do they require? As far as I'm aware you can buy and use a PS4 without having internet connection at home.

    18. Isleofdoom
      05-17-2015
      12:59 AM
      18

      Most games require Internet to play anything except the very few that don't example wod be FF Type0. I have destiny bundle and requires online to even play single player and to be signed in psn. The vita is an exception as once you start game transfer pull the Internet well I do n same with psp. But the vita has some nice features and a weak spot aswel after messing around with games and seeing where it's points are and what can be done. But once you load into a certain game can file swap it out n screws the activation.

      So at the point of seeing how the game transfer works they are relying on adhoc to stop any1 tampering with games or being able to exploite the 3 systems. Ps4 psp n psvita

    19. altimit
      05-17-2015
      02:16 AM
      19

      edit: why did I think I was in a PS3 thread, ignore me

    20. pustal
      05-17-2015
      05:46 AM
      20

      Isleofdoom wrote:
      Most games require Internet to play anything except the very few that don't example wod be FF Type0. I have destiny bundle and requires online to even play single player and to be signed in psn. The vita is an exception as once you start game transfer pull the Internet well I do n same with psp. But the vita has some nice features and a weak spot aswel after messing around with games and seeing where it's points are and what can be done. But once you load into a certain game can file swap it out n screws the activation.

      So at the point of seeing how the game transfer works they are relying on adhoc to stop any1 tampering with games or being able to exploite the 3 systems. Ps4 psp n psvita

      Destiny is a MMO, so ofc it requires online.
      I have The Last Of Us Remastered, Sleeping Dogs, Assassin's Creed Unity, Infamous First Light and Second Son, Watch_Dogs and Spider-Man 2
      and none require online to play...

      Also, in this process, the master account is cloned, and the slave console acts like the master. As long as you don't go online with the cloned account or games, the account should stay activated in the console.

    21. Isleofdoom
      05-17-2015
      06:03 AM
      21

      But what I had in mind was who knows if they kept the backup and wodnt be hard to use yours on another console even tho they may not have but we don't know that games cod have come from one of there consoles flashed onto yours. I had a look at the chip online and what it was seems dangerous to me.


      The last of us remastered is that like a ps3 copy With ps4 structure? I know psp remasters are interesting after looking at one of jap releases. I also got one to load on the psp but the screen was scrambled due to movie size

    22. C00keyMonster
      05-17-2015
      11:18 AM
      22

      Since the console is basically being cloned, doesn't that mean banning one system will ban them all.

      That said wouldn't it just be possible to reinstall the original nor flash, or even a new one. The result would unban the system.

      My theory is this method has been known since the first nor dump.

    23. furtsiv
      05-17-2015
      12:53 PM
      23

      You will never be able to clone a console. Each have own hardware keys

    24. kristijan1001
      05-17-2015
      01:56 PM
      24

      Acording To zecoxa :
      From zecoxao: Apparently it's a model thing. the model that works will always work, and the model that fails will always fail
      Nothing is missing... the method is proper.
      SAA motherboards work.
      SAB motherboards don't work.

      Also Full Tutorial Source Is From Ps4 News (At Least Where I Got It ,Update The Thread As U Can):

      PS4 News wrote:
      Following the PS4 PSN Gamesharing Trick and PS4 JailBreaking FAQ, today Cap. Arcanjohack shared a PS4 Flash Dumping / Unlocking Method to JailBreak the PlayStation 4 with details below.

      To quote, roughly translated: Tutorial Re-recording the PS4 Flash to Unlock

      [img]http://www.ps4news.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=39350[/img]
      :alert: This method is reported to brick PS4's on 2.51 Firmware. Not responsible for ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR PS4, do any procedure below for your OWN RISK! Only provide the tutorial, we are not suppliers! :alert:

      Materials Needed: Note: The technical part of the connection will publish soon.

      Installation

      Installing Raspbian
      • Turn the win32diskimage
      [img]http://www.ps4news.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=39353[/img]
      1 - In "Image file" select the image Raspbian that you downloaded.
      2 - In "Device" select the drive that is your SD card.
      3 - Click on "Write" to start the recording process.

      After finishing the process, put the SD card into the Raspberry Pi and connect it using a USB cable.
      • Remote Shell in Raspbian
      • Two minutes after starting the Raspberry Pi, turn the Putty.
      [img]http://www.ps4news.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=39354[/img]
      1 - In the Host Name put: raspberrypi. If you do not work correctly, go to the settings of your router, and find the IP of the Raspberry Pi.
      2 - Select SSH
      3 - Select Open

      Installing the application

      He will request the login place "pi" to the user and "raspberry" for the password.

      Note: For additional information about JaiCraB's developments, refer to JaiSpiMod: JaiSpiMod.hex for Teensy++ 2.0 PS4 Development by JaiCraB and JAISPI V1.0 Arrives, Read / Write PS4 MX25L25635 Memory by JaiCraB.

      Enter the following commands:
      Code:
      sudo -s cd / bin wget [url]http://jaicrab.org/Ps4/Tools/JAISPI/jaispi[/url] chmod + x jaispi echo "#blacklist spi-bcm2708"> /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf echo "blacklist i2c-bcm2708" >> /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf reboot
      Full installation. Place Putty to access the Raspberry Pi. To run the command jaispi you will have to ask root access (sudo -s)
      Code:
      # Sudo -s # Jaispi -i / dev / spidev0.0
      Options:
      Code:
      -i /dev/spidevX.X Get the flash ID -r file.bin /dev/spidevX.X Read all the flash of a file /dev/spidevX.X -e Deletes all flash -p file.bin /dev/spidevX.X Records only the different blocks of a file -v file.bin /dev/spidevX.X Check the blocks of a file
      Get the ID: -i: Displays information about the flash.
      Code:
      #jaispi -i /dev/spidev0.0 JaiSpi v1.0 ID: 0xC22019 MX25L25635
      Reading: -r: Makes a full dump of the flash (It takes about 35 sec)
      Code:
      #jaispi -r DUMP.bin /dev/spidev0.0 JaiSpi v1.0 ID: 0xC22019 MX25L25635 Reading ... 0x02000000 Done!
      Delete: -e: Clean all the flash (It takes around 1min 30sec and)
      Code:
      #jaispi -and /dev/spidev0.0 JaiSpi v1.0 ID: 0xC22019 MX25L25635 Erasing blocks ... Done!
      Record: -p: Records in flash only the sectors with change (It takes around 1min 30sec and)
      Code:
      #jaispi -p Base.bin /dev/spidev0.0 JaiSpi v1.0 ID: 0xC22019 MX25L25635 Starting ... 0x02000000 -> 8192 written Sectors Done!
      Check: -v: Compares the flash content to file (It takes around 35seg)
      Code:
      #jaispi -v Base.bin /dev/spidev0.0 JaiSpi v1.0 ID: 0xC22019 MX25L25635 Checking ... 0x02000000 -> 0 Different sectors Done!

    25. C00keyMonster
      05-17-2015
      08:28 PM
      25

      @kristijan1001

      That information is available with pinout information here: http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/JAISPI

      At the bottom is a PDF with AlphaHacks dumping experience with credits to Cfwprophet & TheDarkProgramer

      This is the full method as decribed by gomomo11, and verified by ricardo.rodrigues22 (also works for PS3)

      First, you need 2 hdd (hdd1 and hdd2).
      1- Download the games on both hdd (1 and 2).
      2- Activate your ps4 as primary account on hdd1.
      3- Dump your NOR.
      4- Switch to hdd2
      5- Log into PSN and deactivate your account
      6- Rewrite your NOR to the chip
      7- Switch to hdd1
      8- Don't login into your PSN account or the games will lock, so create a new PS4 user.
      9- Games should be unlocked and your PS4 isn't register as primary.
      10- Repeat this process to as many ps4 as you like.

      zecoxao, on 11 May 2015 - 06:34 AM, said:

      nothing is missing...
      the method is proper.
      SAA motherboards work.
      SAB motherboards don't work.
      It's as simple as that

      edit: a guy called Marcelo Alves tested what i'm telling you right now. 20 models work and 4 models with BLOD. the 4 models are ALL SAB

      I believe that pretty much sums up what is known so far.

    26. Isleofdoom
      05-17-2015
      10:57 PM
      26

      Ok so if this is a model thing y wod one model work and the other not what's the exception on the chip stopping this from working? I know I seen a ground on the data out n resistor stopping e3 from working on these

    27. klango
      05-20-2015
      05:48 PM
      27

      After I finished the above process by monster c00key , I create a new account in ps4 , but I can log on psn ?

    28. C00keyMonster
      05-20-2015
      10:13 PM
      28

      klango wrote:
      After I finished the above process by monster c00key , I create a new account in ps4 , but I can log on psn ?

      Yes that is the idea, do not log onto the original account or psn will see that it is deactivated and lock the games, but if you use a new/different account you can go online, with no issues.

    29. ynotrhyme
      05-21-2015
      12:57 PM
      29

      Has anyone on this forum confirmed that this actually works? Sounds promising. The games have to be store bought correct-- To copy onto ps4. No rentals


      Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    30. kristijan1001
      05-21-2015
      01:35 PM
      30

      OK Cant Someone Confirm This Sh*t On Here ?
      And Like To Start A List Of Models That Hav THat Kind Of Motherboard That Brick Systems Or There Is Already One ?

    31. monkeyfromthejungle
      05-22-2015
      01:46 PM
      31

      Can someone share one of those nand dumps?
      EDIT: found some here: http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Flash-Main

    32. Isleofdoom
      05-22-2015
      05:03 PM
      32

      If you actualy look at flash hub its almost identical data to the ODE devices .

    33. hellsing9
      05-22-2015
      05:11 PM
      33

      Isleofdoom wrote:
      If you actualy look at flash hub its almost identical data to the ODE devices .

      No coincidence there. ;)

    34. Isleofdoom
      05-22-2015
      05:24 PM
      34

      Not realy no but more the fact how the data from ps4 compares to the ode is more the shock but we all know we will see odes be4 anything

    35. hellsing9
      05-22-2015
      05:33 PM
      35

      Isleofdoom wrote:
      Not realy no but more the fact how the data from ps4 compares to the ode is more the shock but we all know we will see odes be4 anything

      Give them a little more time for a better game catalogue and they will start to kill PS4 life-span.
      That's how it works or at least the way i see it.

    36. Isleofdoom
      05-22-2015
      08:36 PM
      36

      I'm in no rush over it I've watched this stuff close enough to know it wont be till there is a big catalogue then it will start going crazy but me personally I'd wait till fw is way up there Be4 making any kind of jump on this

    37. ynotrhyme
      05-26-2015
      07:23 AM
      37

      Starting to doubt this method being I've seen no one--American-- actually perform this. Hope I'm wrong. Catalogue is weak tho. Maybe only like 5+ really good games.


      Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    38. Gazra
      05-27-2015
      03:26 PM
      38

      concretecork wrote:
      What is the point of this. All this work for a few psn games? Idiocy if you ask me. And like stated above not cost effective. The people paying all that money for psn games must be mentally challenged. Charging people for pirated games, these Brazilians should be ashamed of themselves.

      You do realise it is not just PSN games right. It is the disc based PSN games as well.

      When people refer to PSN games they generally think of crappy indie games that usually get given out with PS+ each month.

      This allows people to get the brand new games without the need to pay expensive prices.

      Yes it is still piracy and yes it may be patched (and we all no that before long the games will want a higher FW to be installed before they will work making this while thing pointless)

      I agree that they should not be charging for anything to do with piracy but people do and will. I mean look what happened with the PS3.

      $$¥€ USB Jailbreak - CFW - $$€¥ ODE

      As you can see from the above people will always pay for things that allow piracy its just the world that people live in now.

    39. jeangrunge
      05-31-2015
      03:30 PM
      39

      klango wrote:
      After I finished the above process by monster c00key , I create a new account in ps4 , but I can log on psn ?

      Did you use that process to copy and write NOR ? PS4 AC1D Flash -Tool or Remote Shell in Raspbian ?

    40. tazdevil1723uk
      06-26-2015
      04:38 PM
      40

      Wow! Already crack it... But you mentioned that free 10 games installed, is that for PSN games or real ps4 games? Imagine this if ps4 had 500GB and will fit it with ps4 games? I think it's impossible! Each games by 45GB of blue ray disc! I don't know if I'm wrong or right...

    41. ynotrhyme
      09-16-2015
      06:18 AM
      41

      Is there any video tutorials out for this? I really want to try this. Thanks!

    42. number1p4p
      09-18-2015
      07:31 PM
      42

      I don't believe any of this mumbo jumbo.I'm pretty sure sony are not going to make the same mistake that they did from the ps3.I wouldn't consider taking that risk of bricking my ps4.The way I figured is,if the hackers can't even find a way to jailbreak a ps3 above 3.55 ofw then there is no way they can jailbreak a ps4.Only probably geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 but I'm sure he does want anything to do with it.

    43. Yutolio
      09-18-2015
      07:40 PM
      43

      number1p4p wrote:
      I don't believe any of this mumbo jumbo.I'm pretty sure sony are not going to make the same mistake that they did from the ps3.I wouldn't consider taking that risk of bricking my ps4.The way I figured is,if the hackers can't even find a way to jailbreak a ps3 above 3.55 ofw then there is no way they can jailbreak a ps4.Only probably geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 but I'm sure he does want anything to do with it.

      Actually there is some pretty good progress coming along from the 1.76 Webkit exploit and they have homebrew working on PS4 already. This no doubt will help get some other helpful homebrew stuff going that could lead to a proper jailbreak of the PS4.

      Baby steps, that's how it works. The PS3 didn't get jailbroken until years later. The progress that has been made on PS4 within only 2 years has been much faster and much more than what wasn't happening at all on PS3 within the first 2 years.

      Just give it some time, the PS4 will get jailbroken proper.

    44. Sidewinder_2011
      09-18-2015
      07:49 PM
      44

      number1p4p wrote:
      Only probably geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 but I'm sure he does want anything to do with it.

      of course geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 , he would just wait and let other devs jailbreak the ps4 then take all the credit, just like he did with the ps3
      number1p4p wrote:
      if the hackers can't even find a way to jailbreak a ps3 above 3.55 ofw

      off course you can jailbreak above 3.55 you just need a flasher to patch to patch the nor or nand to accept cfw.

      all the tools are there to make a cfw to install direct on 3.56+ ofw. just need the keys from sonys office for it to work.

      number1p4p wrote:
      The way I figured is,if the hackers can't even find a way to jailbreak a ps3 above 3.55 ofw then there is no way they can jailbreak a ps4.

      The ps4 is total different to the ps3. They won't make the same mistake as the ps3 but they will make other mistake somewhere. just need to find the light to the end of the tunnel

      the ps3

    45. hekel
      09-19-2015
      01:51 AM
      45

      Sidewinder_2011 wrote:
      of course geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 , he would just wait and let other devs jailbreak the ps4 then take all the credit, just like he did with the ps3

      Yeah, just like when he was working with a group of people to unlock the iPhone and then released a video from his mom's kitchen claiming sole credit for it.
      ...or when he took credit for rooting the Galaxy S4 using someone elses work... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=43188726&postcount=143

    46. ynotrhyme
      09-19-2015
      05:13 AM
      46

      Sure hoping it relases soon and I know it will with all the brain power in this playstation scene..

      number1p4p wrote:
      I don't believe any of this mumbo jumbo.I'm pretty sure sony are not going to make the same mistake that they did from the ps3.I wouldn't consider taking that risk of bricking my ps4.The way I figured is,if the hackers can't even find a way to jailbreak a ps3 above 3.55 ofw then there is no way they can jailbreak a ps4.Only probably geohot can figure out how to jailbreak a ps4 but I'm sure he does want anything to do with it.
      Is that you $ony?


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    47. radbr
      01-02-2016
      09:19 AM
      47

      concretecork wrote:
      What is the point of this. All this work for a few psn games? Idiocy if you ask me. And like stated above not cost effective. The people paying all that money for psn games must be mentally challenged. Charging people for pirated games, these Brazilians should be ashamed of themselves.

      It is not a matter of being ashamed or not. It is how they are contributing to scene. Make a good use of it or not. Just do it or not. Anoteher application for this discovery is the possibility of buying a game and share the costs with your friends then share the game with all the other consoles. Or maybe some brilliant mind of the scene may improve the method with a jailbrerak.








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