PS Vita 2.10: Sony’s ‘stability improvements’

PS Vita’s Firmware 2.10 was recently released, and we already know that Sony blocked the Apache Overkill VHBL, but this update comes with quite a few hidden surprises called “stability improvements” :o

Sony has made what appears to be some strange attempts at slowing hackers down and trying to make PSP emu hacking harder in 2.10. Many changes have apparently been made to make our job harder. So far, we have discovered two big changes. But, as often, there is a way around them! :D

So, what are these changes? Lets see.

TN-V

Some of the changes were discovered by Total_Noob, and appear to be attempts at preventing eCFW (and in this case, TN-V) from running, or, at least, make it more difficult.
You can see details in Total_Noob’s post here, where, according to his post, Sony has made yet another attempt to stop homebrew on the Vita.
It seems some critical parts of the memory have been made readonly, and the location of the flash files in RAM has been changed as well, but TN has managed to bypass all these measures. Note however that some of TN’s statements seem to have been contradicted by the fact that The Z was able to run VHBL on 2.10 on day 1, as stated by wololo here.

But one thing that is good for kexploits is that it apparently has become much easier to free up the extra 64 MB RAM that is available to the PSP emulator. This means potentially better homebrew support (in particular for very demanding homebrews such as DaedalusX64) in future eCFW releases.

VHBL and user-mode exploits in general

In addition to the ram changes stated above, it seems Sony has blocked write access to the ms0:/PSP/GAME folder on user mode exploits.

This means that none of the VHBL menus will be able to install homebrew without modifications on 2.10. Devs are currently discussing a new convention to see where VHBL should install its games moving forward.

This might also affect psp kernel exploits but that needs to be confirmed.

At the moment because it seems that the only VHBL menu that is still actively under development is pyMenu (and the soon to be released XMBM), the pyMenu team is busy at work adjusting the menu for the new path and a fix should be made available soon. (note from wololo: actually, wMenu was not being maintained because it did what it had to do, I might get back to work if it needs to be updated, don’t put me in the coffin yet ;) )

Overall these changes all look like half-assed efforts to slow VHBL and CEF down, but no real “anti-hack” measures in the PSP emu. It feels strange Sony would still put any huge effort in the PSP emulator, especially when they already have a reasonable way to stop most psp emu hacks today (by pulling the exploited games). It is however possible these are actually changes to increase psp games compatibility in the psp emu (and increase their selection on the PSN), with some side effects impacting our hacks.

  1. Leires’s avatar

    Been fairly silent since i got my uno, but i still read these and I’m happy ya’ll keep us updated. D: Thanks very much for all the blog posts everyone, here’s to more ksploits down the line D: *cheers*

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  2. trololol’s avatar

    2nd comment lol

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  3. GYUUNYUU KINGU’s avatar

    1st! LOL

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    1. Blind?’s avatar

      Are you blind?

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      1. kenny2858’s avatar

        4th!

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  4. aure16XD’s avatar

    hello everyone it is better to stay 2.06 with AO or enter 2.10 for future eCFW?

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    1. J3LACK--EAGLE’s avatar

      2.10 cause AO is just vhbl and 2.10 has more features and a usermade exploit

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      1. Cheesethief’s avatar

        Just so you know, usermode = VHBL not eCFW. Though if I remember correctly TN does have a kernel exploit that he is not releasing for now.

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  5. isnizal’s avatar

    damn sony………

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  6. Bruce’s avatar

    So… looks like us using 2.06 are already forgotten? Seems the new center of attention is now 2.10 i suppose? Should I upgrade or stay in .06?

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    1. J3LACK--EAGLE’s avatar

      upgrade, i didnt even buy AO cause it was just vhbl, i knew sony was gonna release something good

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      1. oreo’s avatar

        Yep exactly why i didn’t buy this one. If i wanted to play emulators i would use my computer…. just saying… Ecfw has more customizable choices which is why i get it.

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  7. thecoldest1’s avatar

    doesn’t it seem like ps vita 2.10 is unfinished?

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      1. thecoldest1’s avatar

        because the video doesnt fast foward it looks like more stuff should be supported and some videos dont support (not complaining just stating facts) and plus i think they wanted to do more with the 100 icon limit but i just think they rushed it to get rid of the hack

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        1. thecoldest1’s avatar

          ohh btw when i say the video doesnt fast foward i am talking about the ps vita browser

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        2. gunblade’s avatar

          if anything i would think that sony still have more work to do on 2.++ but then they got a lot of work till there ps4 comes out n would be real funny if the vita was cracked before that….on the icon i think they jus made if easier to scroll trough games and stuff cuz think the vita could only have ten pages with ten apps on each page and in the new firmware 18 apps of the hundred is already save for the apps that already come on the vita…but i guess therez sacurity updates with the icon sapport…

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  8. n00bBl3sSeR’s avatar

    For example on new ofw i can play some browser movies.:D

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    1. gunblade’s avatar

      nice was hopeing for that.. think in 2.06 or 2.02 sony add music unlimited play while using the vita browser or i jus noticed it now but sumthing cool…

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    2. gunblade’s avatar

      on a random last movie i watch was a matine of Oz n my brother the dev.il watch oz last but thought that the outher movie was about terrerist or sumthing but wasent realy…

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  9. Varun’s avatar

    DaedalusX64 needs more ram? For me signed version runs on ofw without extra ram or without extra problems.

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    1. J3LACK--EAGLE’s avatar

      Yea more ram=faster speed, ik the vita can run gamcube games

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      1. leo’s avatar

        low… clock cpu high = speed emulation..

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        1. hgoel0974’s avatar

          PSPemu’s CPU is able to pump up 500 MHz I think, combined with 64 MB EXTRA RAM there are more possibilities than before. Daedalus would run better if modified to take advantage of the extra 64 MB RAM aswell.

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  10. Sampiklenez’s avatar

    Im on 2.06 and will update to 2.10.

    Thinking of getting a new vita and try uno just for the psp games.
    Is it true there is no sound and incompatible games? :(

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    1. Quake’s avatar

      No sound on PSx games. PSP’s are good to go on sound.

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  11. lol’s avatar

    well at least it’s not useless update :D

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  12. NoName’s avatar

    Wouldn’t be surprised if Sony ends up removing PSP support altogether.

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    1. mlc’s avatar

      I don’t see how they can remove PSP support after selling people PSP games specifically for the Vita. It’s not like the PS2 backwards compatibility where they were merely removing an advertised feature; if they removed PSP support from the Vita they’d be taking away all the PSP games that any Vita owner bought on PSN. I can’t imagine that would go over well.

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  13. CaptainObvious’s avatar

    It would be cool if you could make an article showing the differences between all the menus (with pictures), for noobs like me :p

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  14. TDK’s avatar

    They improve the stability in the PSP emulator, but now the FW 2.10 its showing a funny error.

    http://imageshack.us/a/img203/8288/20130413153604.jpg

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    1. Tjoeb123’s avatar

      They really need to spend more time fixing the ACTUAL problems, rather than all the damn hacking nonsense.

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  15. Lianky’s avatar

    Any news of a native exploit? Davee seemed to believe in it a while back, but haven’t heard anything of it so far? Any soon?

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  16. quetz’s avatar

    I updated…….. :) goodbye uno. new exploits are welcome.

    i read somewhere that this new update brought video into browser.. we’ll, wich kind of video? html5 still doesn’t work

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  17. Stan Smith’s avatar

    Its stupid how they fight so hard against CFW/eCFW and its always hacked the day a new firmware gets released. So all that fighting and patching is for nothing. Stupid if you ask me.
    Looks like Sony and Apple are thinking along the same lines. Fight as hard as you can against the CFW/jailbreak but they always loose so they fight even harder. WHAT are they really fighting for then? They will never win so why dont they fight their real competition and make a better device?
    The Vita should be fighting against the WiiU and the 3DS NOT CFW creators.
    Apple should be fighting against Samsung not the jailbreakers.

    If both companies took more time and effort from anti-jailbreaking and anti-CFW think of the device they could release.
    An iPhone everyone would want and a Vita that would kick the WiiUs ass.
    1 very easy way to sell millions of Vita’s in 1 month is to enable the Vita to play ALL PS3 games via Remote Play. That will out do the WiiU in seconds. I have a ball playing Tomb Raider via RP. The Hitman games are also missing from the Vita but with Remote Play ability its great.
    Now if they enabled the PS3 firmware to let all PS3 games play thats all thats needed. They will sell a LOT more Vitas and more PS3s as soon as that happens. Do you think they are that smart? NO, they will watch the hackers and work on the anti-eCFW with all their stupid might instead of enabling Remote Play for all games.
    IT’S THEIR LOSS NOT OURS. We will have our eCFW and they will still loose out on all those sales. Pity, when you have a PS3 with CFW it can Remote Play all PS3 games and its awesome.

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    1. Foolishkids’s avatar

      Hmmm actually Sony is wining in this hacking vhbl thing, they are not stupid , we are helping them to increase the sell of certain games, obviously Sony is registered here at wololo and knows exactly when a new psn game exploit is found, they leave the game on psn for awhile and as soon as it sold many copies they update the software and let you hack another game and the process will go on, because they know how stupid gamers can be, gamers are willing to spend a lot of money to play psp games and retro games on the vita, it’s stupid and foolish , you are only making Sony richer. Some are stupid enough to buy a second vita just for vhbl. Foolish kids

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      1. antonia’s avatar

        No they are not, the ninja releases go ahead as the owners intend unless someoneo leaks them to another site

        The last few have made it to the official release window as far as i have seen and i have seen almost all them now by ninja method so if they are registered they are one of the very last to know

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        1. Adam’s avatar

          Yes they are. If you haven’t noticed, they started implementing forced updates for new games.

          Which means, even if you OWN the game cartridge, you can’t play until you update to the necessary firmware.

          Who knows how else they’ll force you update in the future. >__>

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          1. gunblade’s avatar

            well on the game cArtigde n needing update was wandering (cuz i have wipeout and i can play it but a patch things for the game)how doez if it does update or patch the cardtirgde.i guess they could do this from the start.shity make me think about mech asult n xbox.. but i guess seems must be close or sumthing custome fw vitas that sony be making more serius.

        2. Adam’s avatar

          AND, not to mention the Vita hacking scene is small right now. Not everyone who owns a Vita visits this site either… probably NOT even 10% of people.

          And within those 10%, the Ninja exploits don’t reach all of us. Some of us miss the exploits.

          So you can determine how small the hacking scene really is, how many people use it. It’s only a small handful. Hopefully the scene grows in the future, but Sony is doing a good job of slowing down the progress. And they know it.

          They’re not out to stop hacking all together tomorrow, they know they can only slow the growth down to the point where it stops itself and people lose interest. It can never be 100% stopped by Sony themselves.

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          1. gunblade’s avatar

            wy i was thinking n heard from outhers that with the need to have to go on psn that splinter cell be more of a move…but then i guess if there was sumthing like Rfour or eggplant for the vita that sony be not macking a lot of money n not to much games for the vita dominos effect..(but wen the psp was first local roco it still made hela games since like befor pandora think u needed gat the one with out the red label.. but still psp did realy good i think the fact that it was hack n could play games was wy they sony sold so many units but then i guess not so much games). but then i have no real need to play backups of psp on the vita since psp r real cheap now days.. but then even for the 3ds not everyone has an ace card..but i guess i still wont vita homebrew since well u cant realy download mindcraft n gameboy emulater from psn…n i would like two play super nintendo n be able to have like a hundred games all old school taking up under 500MB…

    2. Tjoeb123’s avatar

      “WHAT are they really fighting for then?”

      WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOOOOOORRRR

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    3. hgoel0974’s avatar

      The Vita should be competing with the 3ds? Oh, please, the 3ds should be trying to compete with the Vita :P

      The Vita could emulate like 3 3ds’s at one time :D

      The WiiU? Now THAT is something I agree with, the PSV competes with a home console, not a DS with stolen Sony tech ;)

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      1. gunblade’s avatar

        i like the idea with the 3ds screen wander if it be better on a bigger screen or if could be made better

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      2. Kyu’s avatar

        Meh,stolen.

        The 3ds does well considering how weak it’s hardware is.

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        1. gublade’s avatar

          right was jus saying evenwith the xl the screen prety nice but its jus a beef up dsi with 3d games r alright but the screen at like seven inch would be nice n 3d glass cuz it hasa 3d progecter..

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          1. hgoel0974’s avatar

            and guess who had made the 3d tech that nintendo STOLE, yes it was Sony

  18. Thrawn’s avatar

    Well it really seems that sony is not trying to block out psp hacks, but more like remodeling their psp emulator for better compatibility of psn-psp games.
    Especially when you take in consideration of the past weeks released psp games… carnage heart, growlanser, generation of chaos, hakuoki, (jeanne d’arc rerelease).
    But I wonder is, why hasn’t anybody yet begun obfuscating the psvita memory card or game cartridge?
    If somebody with an oscilloscope and not half bad soldering skills would figure out the electrical pin out of the vita memcard, then the real fun would start.

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    1. inicuo’s avatar

      sound very intrsting, why dont you get into it?, and then be the first to do that so, it isnt impossible, is it? wish u good luck, for the profit of u and we all.

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      1. gunblade’s avatar

        i would try my self if i had spare parts not if i no how .think would need to no code n stuff.

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    2. gunblade’s avatar

      yea i guess that sony does block xpoilts wen they come out while trying to make the vita play more psp games.

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    3. mlc’s avatar

      I believe the Vita cards are encrypted, so simply getting access to the pins would probably be useless. You’d have to know how the Vita was encrypting and decrypting things when moving them to the card, which we presumably aren’t close to knowing yet.

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  19. Metarortiz’s avatar

    Could there be a way to increase ram on TN-V3 on 2.10? Im really looking forward to actually play my n64 emulator.

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    1. tinostar91’s avatar

      Total_Noob stated that increasing memory is also possible on 2.02, 2.10 just makes it easier to do. On 2.02 it’ll make loading/exiting games slower (not reading data while you’re in-game).
      So yes, there is a way how to increase ram to 64MB

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  20. Stan Smith’s avatar

    Another update thats not said anywhere is the Remote Play icons have changed from pictures of the Vita and the PS3 is stupid white icons.
    Looked a lot better when they were pictures not white icons.

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  21. Metarortiz’s avatar

    I meant on 2.02 sorry

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  22. Tjoeb123’s avatar

    “In addition to the ram changes stated above, it seems Sony has blocked write access to the ms0:/PSP/GAME folder on user mode exploits.”

    ALL I’M TRYING TO DO IS PLAY MY COPY – THE ONE I BOUGHT ON PSN – OF PHANTASY STAR PORTABLE 2. Do you REALLY have to make that so difficult?!?!?!

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    1. yyy’s avatar

      From the same article:

      “It is however possible these are actually changes to increase psp games compatibility in the psp emu (and increase their selection on the PSN), with some side effects impacting our hacks.”

      Phantasy Star Portable 2 is not availabe for Vita i think, but maybe it will be?

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      1. Tjoeb123’s avatar

        That is irrelevant for PSPo2, as it has been made available for quite some time in the EU. So it’s really up to SEGA to flip to switch. Maybe that’ll happen when PSO2 finally comes out?

        In fact, the only reason I downloaded Apache Overkill was to use the hack (via PSPfiler) to copy the game’s EBOOT.PBP to the Vita, and then using PSPfiler to move it to one of the PSP game folders (of the games I had on there and didn’t give a shit about), overwriting its EBOOT.PBP, which was obviously unsuccessful.

        I don’t even care if the game’s servers are still up. I just want to finish the single player campaign. Yes, I could run out and go get a PSP myself, but I shouldn’t have to just to play 1 game. Neither do I want to, because honestly the PSP’s screen looks like shit.

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        1. yyy’s avatar

          Sorry, i didnt mean about the online parts, but i thought Phantasy Star Portable 2 wasnt available on the Vita via the PS Store? I thought it was only available on the PSP.

          About the PSP screen, i think that the PSP screen was actually pretty good looking, but after i tried my Vita and went back to the PSP, i noticed the big difference :)

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          1. gublade’s avatar

            its an inch and a half longer an n half inch wider i think eye ball it..

          2. yyy’s avatar

            Yeah, that is true. I was thinking more about the picture quality on the screens though :) There the Vita screen is much better compared to the PSP.

        2. hgoel0974’s avatar

          Never going to work, in fact you can’t even download the same game from TN-V and have it run from the LiveArea, license stuff

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      2. gunblade’s avatar

        is sent a ps vita saPosed to be like a ps3 it has crossplaY wich is basicly like ps3 games so how would u think u going hack one ps3 portable with one psp…jus wandeing kindof like wat going on..i guess

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  23. yyy’s avatar

    I don’t think that the picture in the article is too fitting for Vita firmware 2.10 concidering that it actually ads several of features that are requested, especially the possibility to make folders. But with that being said, thanks for writing the article, interesting info in it regarding whats being done with the Vita security :)

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    1. hgoel0974’s avatar

      Well, from a hacking perspective, it IS another useless firmware ;)

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      1. yyy’s avatar

        Hehe, true enough :)

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  24. NNNRT’s avatar

    Sony are trying to improve the Vita & so is the hacking community… Cool :mrgreen:

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  25. Waka’s avatar

    Um the new FW has some actual improvements Mr.hgoel0974.

    First of it allows for Folder support. this is crucial for those with 32GB cards and have alot of content across PSX,PSP and Vita content. So now instead of deleting items due to page limit of 10, we can just store more things per page in folders!

    Next is streaming improvements to the browser. This will be good for say streaming live feeds or such. Any HMTL5 improvements are great on Vita.

    So for hackers to say this is just some Sony conspiracy to hold you down, well they are adding features across both system/OS and security measures. So please stop acting the victim here. I approve of homebrew on PSVita but lets not act like SONY should stop adding new features to regular users just so you and a few can enjoy your homebrew that PSP(Fat/Slim/Go) can easily access in today’s world.

    Im actually excited that they are making changes to PSP emu ram since adding more games to PSN to purchase is a GOOD thing here.

    Shout out to Wololo. Keep up the great work!

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    1. gunblade’s avatar

      i guess is prety bumers i guess but i tbink if the vita had more hardware it be a bit better i guess built in storage like the psp go and still be able to add more i have a psp with 32 gig memery i can make it a 64 but idk two 16 instead of two32 but jus saying thing is there not enough room on a thirty two vita memory for more then twenty psp game well depends how big the games n to compet with cell phones n tablets the vita jus needs more simple game apps like androids or atleast port game that more poperlur on androids n iphones. i think that sony n microsoft is twill tied i guess n nintendo still second .. funny sony makes money of off portable sysem while microsoft makes like about the same on xbox live (think 39 a month for xbox live and 39 for a new ps vita games)

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    2. hgoel0974’s avatar

      again as I said above, from a hackers point of view, this update is useless.

      The extra RAM was always available, the difference was that before, we had to manually control the driver responsible for managing it, now that Sony has updated the driver, it is easier to do.

      I didn’t say that we didn’t want new features but we hate the twists, there isn’t a point in blocking psp/game/ write access, it would not increase stability in any way, that was a clear step to stop exploits, a clear attempt to black TN-V was made as well. We want the new features but e hate the clearly usless security measures.

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  26. Jakub Tomeš’s avatar

    Mega big THUMBS UP!!!

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  27. icyheart’s avatar

    Yes there is a way around them

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  28. chuckthetekkie’s avatar

    I just bought another Vita. This time I got a 3G Vita with a 32GB memory card for $250 with Persona 4 Golden. Sure it was on 2.05 but I already have a 3G Vita on 2.02 so I updated the other Vita to 2.10 so now I have the best of both worlds, Vita PSN on one and PSP PSN on the other.

    The reason my first Vita was a 3G model was because I bought it used from GameStop and the 3G model was the SAME price as the Wi-Fi only model so I figured I would get more bang for my buck with the 3G version even if I never use it, it’s there if I ever change my mind.

    My question is, if Sony has mad ms0:/PSP/GAME read-only, wouldn’t this stop PSP games from being able to save? I am assuming that Sony has made it possible for PSP games to save so there must be some run-time check that will enable this so maybe we should focus efforts there.

    I’d love to be able to add PSP ISO’s and PSP Homebrew to the Vita menu. We can already backup PSP homebrew to the computer using CMA.

    I’m sure that Total_Noob won’t let us down. He hasn’t of yet so I’m glad we have hime.

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    1. ShadowInfinity’s avatar

      Making PSP/GAME read-only is okay during Usermode exploits for 2 reasons. First, the Vita system itself would have Kernel access, so it can do whatever it wants. Second, savegames are not inside PSP/GAME, but under PSP/SAVEDATA. :)

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      1. hgoel0974’s avatar

        writing to /GAME is blocked even in kmode

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        1. ShadowInfinity’s avatar

          Is that so? Then the 2nd reason would be enough, then.

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  29. Ryan86me’s avatar

    Its annoying that Sony keeps blocking exploits and crap, but, to be fair, “it only does another useless fw” is a bit of an exaggeration. The new update was pretty awesome, imo.

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    1. JeoWay’s avatar

      When Sony blocks an exploit, they earn money from the games we exploit and port VHBL/eCFW to. Plus, they are just securing their own system.

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      1. kenny2858’s avatar

        So its a win-lose situation.

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        1. gunblade’s avatar

          yea but then the vita getting video sapport cuz sony having video streaming as well (like u tube i guess)think its there video unlimited thing think 4 a while they had it were u can jus download the moves from psn cuz they stop work on movie unlimited but guess they working on it again…but then this was the frosted side the wheat side is that sony blocked aokill…(vita is also sapposed to be ready for ps4 sapport but i guess sony will have more of an official update around the time the ps4 is relased

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  30. kelso’s avatar

    I feel sorry for the people that bought AO. Firstly, nothing really came out for that exploit, just VHBL, Homebrew was terrible and it only lasted for a few weeks before sony came out with a new firmeware and it was mandatory. Honestly for those who are debating whether to update or not, they should just update cause VHBL isn’t worth giving online for some crappy library of homebrew. Now TN’s ecfw is another story for that I would buy the game for the ecfw, More homebrew support and Iso/Cso support plus a xmb menu with cxmb now thats badas lol I had TN-V for 2.02 but DOA5+ got so I updated, but if a new exploit comes out and TN-V is ported I will for sure give up online…

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    1. gunblade’s avatar

      i was on 1.81 for the longest the only reason i like the 2.02 was cuz it let u hook the vita up to a laptop trough wifi tough the only good thing i guess was that i could have my laptop( its a little thing running on an atom with one gig)with me connected to the vita n if i had to transfer files to n from the vita..but heard 2.02 was one of the more better of the xploits…wish did get to try it with how much work seemed to have been put in to it.nice work. think its the only one i did not try well that the ones before Mh…(nice that a lot of the games was under ten dallers thks on that)

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  31. Sony’s avatar

    this site really help sony to develop their system.. hackers keep hacking it while sony is improving to patch it every time

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  32. gunblade’s avatar

    so jus thinking a bluthooth umd reader for the vita that be cool..(idk how the vita would regiter n pair it tough since it only lets head sets) but a good way to make use of old umds…(since umd went digital)

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    1. gunblade’s avatar

      but then i guess a no no to sony since most of the psp games cant get on the psn( i guess that since psp went digital with umd n the only digital psp (or no umd) is the go that sony would have used that os instead of like the 1000 or a modified version of it that being noticible or posible true but i guess since the vita emu the psp the bluethooth umd disk drive would be prety hard n since the psp registers no umd i think it be hard to get it to work if anything…

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  33. Enkeixpress’s avatar

    stability improvements my ass! lol

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    1. gunblade’s avatar

      sony jus released it about two years before the ps4 so there jus patching the firmware till then…. (wy it caMe with a game cube…. or gameboyorsumthing..)

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  34. anonymous’s avatar

    psn is down today in usa on fw 2.10.

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  35. ir4mt’s avatar

    PSVITA Should be hacked :Nervous:

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  36. eric’s avatar

    My question is: i have a LOT of PSP ISO’S and i have a VITA 2.10, I saw Uno for PSP, do i buy it so i can play PSP ISO’S on my vita… I tought i couldnt play psp iso’s anymore…please reply

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    1. gublade’s avatar

      get a psp therebprety good..

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  37. gunblade’s avatar

    u can get uno if u want..

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  38. gunblade’s avatar

    think sony add more phone to the vita

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  39. gunblade’s avatar

    so with the ps four i can play remote with the vita and the front camera for chathing or sumthing.. think the ps 4 could only have two vita and two ps4 controllers or four ps4 controllers.i dont do much game chat…..an no l3 or r3 guess got to use the re touch.so jus got front screen for that zelda thing then u got the camera thing so can like see the thing fly to the screen all need is the seenere progecter…

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  40. w00’s avatar

    2.11 out..

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  41. Denzilkim’s avatar

    I have he 2.11 firmware of ps vita and i cant find any VHBL nor Homebrew, CFW. eCFW.
    Cant find any thing for this version. Can someone help me please or mail me to denzilkim@gmail.com.
    My skype and facebook is “denzilkim”
    Waiting thanks. Best Regards

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