We’ll be revisiting the PlayStation Classic here soon on this channel, and with that I wanted to start fresh with a completely stock console. Previous tutorials I made had covered the BleemSync setup, but as of right now BleemSync has been succeeded with the excellent Project Eris. Although there are methods of upgrading from BleemSync to Project Eris, I wanted to completely start fresh, and figured this could help others who are in the same boat.
Due to multiple versions of BleemSync out there, this tutorial will cover two methods of reverting your console back to stock, depending on the version of BleemSync you’re on. For anyone using BleemSync 1.0 or lower, you will need to use the first method of flashing an uninstall image to a USB drive. For anyone using BleemSync 1.1 or higher, this simply involves creating a dummy UNINSTALL file for BleemSync to read on boot. If you’re by chance a Project Eris user watching this video, the latter BleemSync 1.1 or higher method will work just the same for you, as long as you use the “project_eris” folder instead of the “bleemsync” folder.
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0:00 – Prerequisites
2:56 – BleemSync 1.0 or Lower
6:24 – BleemSync 1.1 or Higher
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