Here is another tool that PS3 developers will find useful.A PS3 dev nathan_r32_69 has released and app called the XMB eEIDx Dumber.A Before this you had to install Linux so that you could get the eEID, EIC0-EID5 dumps (and if you have ever tried this you know it is a lengthy process to do t he dump and extract your NAND before you could even start).A With nathan_r_32_69's new tool the process becomes much easier and faster.A This will also work on NOR and NAND.A As a reminder this is mainly for developers and general users should use caution if attempting this as there could be serious consequences to your PS3 system.
Here is a note from the developer and the rest of the info you need can be found at the source.
"This tool dumps your eEID and EID0-EID5 in your usb device from XMB without install Linux or dumping your NAND, extract it and split EID, for example
I'm releasing this for developers who are researching, for example with CEX to DEX (Thanks to J-Martin for the logo)
THIS TOOL IS SAFE, ONLY DUMPS
IT DON'T ALLOW TO LOAD 3.60+ BACKUPS OR LOGIN IN PSN
THIS TOOL IS MORE USEFUL FOR DEVELOPERS THAN TO FINAL USERS
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