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PS Vita 3.15 System Software Update Incoming, PS Vita TV for PS4

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18w ago - Following Sony's PS4 1.70 Firmware Update and recent video footage, they have now announced that a PS Vita 3.15 System Software Update is also incoming which will offer full PS4 compatibility for PS Vita TV.

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Below are the details from The Z, to quote: Sony just released a new Video showcasing their new Playstation 4 firmware 1.70, and its new features.

If one pays attention to the banners in the video, one could spot that the PS Vita (TV) firmware 3.15 will be necessary to use said new PS4 connection functions, if one wants to connect...
 

Sony Announces PS Vita 3.12 System Software Update, Details Arrive

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22w ago - Just a few days ago Sony released PS Vita Firmware 3.10, and today they have updated it once again to PlayStation Vita 3.12 System Software with the changes below.

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To quote Sony PlayStation on the PS Vita System Software 3.12 Update via Twitter:

Heads-up - PS Vita 3.12 system update launching soon, improves system stability during use of some features

To recap from the previous article, what the PS Vita 3.12 Firmware Update fixes: Some PlayStation Vita consoles with 32 GB Memory card either shut themself down or go into a constant reboot...
 

Sony Announces PS Vita 3.10 System Software Update, Details

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22w ago - Following up on their previous PlayStation Vita Firmware update, today Sony Platform Marketing Manager Sharon Kapitula has announced PS Vita 3.10 System Software Update with details below.

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Shortly following, some new PlayStation Vita Exploit Games for Firmware 3.01 and 3.10 surfaced from katsu, heleius and qwikrazor87 for TN-V from Total_Noob.

To quote: Hi everyone! The next system software update for PS Vita, version 3.10, will be available for download beginning later today.
 

FIFA 11 Exploit Released for PS Vita Firmware 3.01, Leak Details

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29w ago - Following up on the previous updates, today hgoel0974 shared news of yet another PS Vita Firmware 3.01 exploit using FIFA 11 alongside another leak with details below.

To quote: Ok guys, you might want to hurry up and grab the game as Mathew_Wi has decided to release the exploit now as the game seems to have been leaked. This is quite disappointing actually because this is the second leak for this kernel exploit.

So, the game is Fifa 11 and it is available on the US and JP stores. Although Mathew hasn’t described where the leak happened, I’d like to send out a message to the leaker saying that he hasn’t helped anyone by leaking and instead he has not only ruined many of our plans (like my sleep ) but has also ruined it for all the people who were going through the ninja release the right way.

I’d like to point you and everyone else to the “Regarding ninja releases” thread just to remind you about how a ninja release works. Anyone who has ever wondered why we do ninja releases, it’s because leaks like this just ruin it for everyone.

On to the release, Mathew_Wi posted here on the forums about how annoyed he...
 

Video: PS Vita Dual Firmware Boot Proof-of-Concept Demo Arrives

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31w ago - Today Sony PlayStation Vita hacker Katsu released a VPS Vita Dual Firmware Boot Proof-of-Concept demo video with details below.

To quote: It didn’t take long for Yifan Lu’s investigations to become useful for other hardware hackers! Our community member katsu, guided by Yifan’s precise description of the Vita’s NAND pinouts, was able to hack his PS Vita in order to boot from a previous firmware, technically performing something very similar to a downgrade. Check the video below, it’s cool and full of “electronicsporn”, like your favorite cyberpunk movie.

What katsu did was dump his firmware 2.12 (on the NAND), probably using Yifan Lu’s technique. He then copied that Firmware dump to an SD card. In the meantime, he upgraded the PS Vita to firmware 3.01. On the video, you see him inserting his SD card in a reader connected to the Vita. The Vita then reads the content of the SD card (the firmware 2.12 he dumped earlier) instead of its own 3.01 NAND.

What the hell does all of that mean? First of all, that Yifan Lu’s little experiment in the hardware world is proving successful, by providing inspiration and documentation for other talented hardware modders.

Secondly, that downgrading a PS Vita is a possibility under certain...
 
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