72w ago - Following up on his previous update, this weekend PlayStation Vita hacker wololo has announced that a new PS Vita exploit and VHBL port in the works by Xerpi.
To quote from his blog: "Developer xerpi twitted a few days ago that he has a new user mode exploit available, and that he managed to port VHBL to it fairly easily (it took only 10 minutes to port VHBL according to what he told me).
"VHBL working on my new exploit pic.twitter.com/5PeV6Hi2"
I believe for now this exploit with remain under wraps since we are already working on a release with Neur0n, but this is of course up to xerpi.
In the meantime, enjoy a few screenshots!"
Finally, below is yet another exploit from Acid_Snake with details as follows:
Fate6 confirmed my VHBL port working on PS Vita 1.69.1 and the game being on Vita US PSN
fate6 wrote: well then yes it does work on the Vita on 1.69.1 ^__^
I have a european account and this game is not on european PSN, so I couldn't test it on my Vita. Thanks fate6 For...
90w ago - Following up on the PSP SaveGame Exploit on PS Vita from a few days ago, today PlayStation Vita hacker wololo reports that Davee has obtained PSP Kernel access on PS Vita through another exploit with a PS Vita PSP HEN demo video and details below!
To quote: Famous PSP dev Davee just posted a YouTube video showing him running PSP homebrews on a Vita. I initially thought “well, not a big surprise, he’s running his own port of VHBL to some random exploited game”, but it turns out this is much more interesting than that, as he managed to get a PSP Kernel exploit running on the PSP Emulator.
Davee had hinted a few days ago on twitter that he had PSP User mode access, but it’s a surprise to see Kernel mode today. What this means to the end user is full homebrew compatibility (unlike VHBL which is hit and miss), and potentially down the road, PSP iso loaders (the video actually shows a psp iso running). Check his video below:
The video shows a minimalist interface called “PRX Loader” which seems to be used to run the homebrews. No word...