Finally? A way to get rid of Cinavia on the PS3?

It seems as if we’ve hit the mother or all Movie DRM protection hacks, it’s time to finally hit back at Cinavia.

The Cinavia PS3 fix

Could this be our salvation?

It’s been rough the last couple of weeks. We’re a site called “Cinavia fix”. It couldn’t be more obvious for anyone visiting the site that you would expect to have a fix for Cinavia by visiting and reading the site. But no, it’s been empty since the last method stopped working. And trust us, we’ve been looking hard to find a solution to this problem. Some say you can jailbreak your PS3 and get Showtime on there, and you’ll be fine. But who has the ability to downgrade their Firmware nowadays? No one, that’s who…

But, what’s that? A working solution?

A team called CiNAViAPS3 has said they’ve cracked the system. And it’s been confirmed by other sources too. I visited the teams website yesterday, and I’ve got to say – The site is pretty horrible when it comes to design. It’s pretty ugly and it’s basically a big sales pitch. So I was skeptical, along with several forum members. But I did order the product… Waited patiently and yes – I can confirm, it works!

For how long I don’t know but now it truly seem to work wonders. I’ve been trying both CAMs, Telesyncs… BluRays, you name it – I’ve tried it. I should mention that it’s only working for the PS3 at the moment, not stand-alone BluRay players.

So head over to Cinavia PS3.com

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