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Total Noob's TN-v9 and TN-v9.5 eCFW for PlayStation Vita Arrives

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19w ago - Following up on his previous updates, today PlayStation Vita developer Total Noob released TN-V9 followed by v9.5 eCFW for the PS Vita handheld console with details below.

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To quote: We told you that it was coming, and now it is here! TN-V9 has been released.

A reminder, TN-V is an eCFW option for PS Vita users who would like to be able to run homebrews and PSP ISO/CSO on their PS Vita. TN-V is currently supported on firmwares 3.01 and below. Other eCFW options, such as ARK are out there, but ARK is not supported on firmwares above 2.02 (as of yet ). To be able to run TN-V, you need to have one of the many exploited PSP exploit games listed below.

This new version of Total-Noob's eCFW adds, fixes, and removes a few features to the PS Vita PSP emulation arsenal. Let's check them out:

Changelog TN-V9:
 

PS Veeter v0.8 Beta - PlayStation Vita Manager Update Arrives

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34w ago - Following up on OpenCMA, today PS Vita homebrew developer Phexe updated his open-source PlayStation Vita Manager dubbed PS Veeter to version 0.8 Beta with the changes outlined below.

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To quote: PlayStation Vita Manager PSVeeter v0.8 Released!

Changes:

  • Finally fixed reading the Title and Game ID's
  • Separated the Savegames, as both PSX & PSP Savegames share Categories.
  • Should be much faster!
  • Still have to trim a heap of old code for next release (Not needed anymore)


 

PS Vita System Software Update v2.60 Arrives, Details Available

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64w ago - Following up on the PS Vita Firmware 2.12 update, today Sony announced that mandatory PS Vita System Software update v2.60 is now available (which blocks the VHBL Gamocracy One: Legend of Robot exploit) with the details available below.

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PS Vita v2.60 Firmware Update Changelog:

  • You can now easily upload and download your saved data using online storage. Select the PlayStation Plus icon on the LiveArea screen for each application.
  • Some items have been added to the menu that appears when you press and hold the PS button.

 

VHBL Port by Qwikrazo87 to PS Vita Firmware 2.12 is Now Available

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66w ago - Just a few days since the initial news of the release, today Qwikrazo87's VHBL port to the PlayStation Vita Firmware 2.12 has been released.

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To quote: VHBL for Vita 2.12

Here it is, the long awaited VHBL release for Qwikrazo87′s VHBL port to the Vita Firmware 2.12!

So, before we give you the files, a bit of disclaimer: This VHBL port runs through an exploit in the game Gamocracy one: legend of Robot. We announced that game secretly to our community members over the past few weeks, and publicly a few days ago. Since then, Sony have pulled the game from their stores, and if history repeats itself, the next Vita firmware update will have a patch for the game....
 

PyMenu v0.4 in Development for PS Vita eCFW, Details Arrive

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86w ago - Today some details and pictures have arrived on PyMenu v0.4 which is in development for PS Vita eCFW, as outlined below to quote:

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One of the most widely used menus for eCFW on the PS Vita is about to receive a full update, lots of new features, improved code, optimizations, and much more will come with pyMenu 0.4 and you’re about to see what it can offer, but first we’ll do a walkthrough of all the version pyMenu has had and how it has evolved from being a very simplistic menu, to a full fledged XMB replacement.

pyMenu 0.1: The beginning

pyMenu was created in June 2012 as an entry to the VHBL Menu Contest and competed against yMenu (which was also created for that contest). Most of the work in pyMenu had gone to installing the pspsdk and modifying the python interpreter to be able to load homebrews in VHBL.

The little time I had and the time the SDK + interpreter consumed left me with very little time for the actual menu. pyMenu was a pioneer in...
 
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