It seems like the guys behind the newest modchip on the block are on a roll. Just yesterday they have made an announcement about Globe 360, through Alcema, about how its plug and play and would not require extracting a drive-key from the console.
Previously, we can't yet confirm the news yesterday, because the official site was not yrt up and running, but they have also taken care of that. Now, people who are interested in the modchip has a place to head on to, if they have any clarifications or just to keep themselves up to date with any developments the developers would put up.
Recently they've added installation diagrams for Samsung and LG/Hitachi drives which you can download via the link just below the article.
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