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PS Vita Dev Wololo Unveils VHBL Success with New PSP Game Exploit

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110w ago - Today PlayStation Vita developer wololo has announced news of VHBL success using a new PSP game exploit courtesy of [Register or Login to view links] with details below.

To quote from his blog: Sometimes, it’s just that simple...

Neur0n has been kind enough to share with me the details of his latest user mode exploit, so that I could help porting VHBL to his game on the EU and US versions (yes, the game seems to be available on all stores, and don’t stop reading here, it gets better).

Sometimes porting VHBL to a new game can be a pain in the rear. Many times, as I discovered the hard way, we hit a wall and have to give up after dozens of hours of investigation.

On this exploit too, had I been alone working on it, I would have given up. It seemed impossible to free most of the ram (VHBL basically needs to cleanly remove the game from the ram, in order to load homebrews instead), and the exploit ended up with about 2MB of free ram, instead of the 24MB that we usually expect.

But hey, that’s where comes the joy of working with talented people like Neur0n: he figured out, within 24hours, how to free the additional 22MB. I am not sure really how he found out, and why it works, but it damn works.

So I can proudly...
 

Video: PSP Hello World Demo Game Savedata Exploit for 6.20

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231w ago - Update: Yet another PSP Firmware 6.20 Patapon 2 Save Game Exploit has been released ([Register or Login to view links]) by wololo and n00b81 which utilizes a user mode vulnerability found in the DRM-free demo that came pre-installed on PSPgo launch units.

Today maku140 has shared a video demonstrating a PSP Hello World demo game Savedata Exploit for 6.20 Firmware.

Similar to other recent PSP Exploits, this usermode one is not yet publically released and chances are it may not be unfortunately.

To quote from the video's caption:

"Hello World for PSP firmwares 6.20. This exploit works in Demo version !! Thanks to wololo and mamosuke."

Those interested can check out the video demo below!




 
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