Release: Total Noob’s TN-V9 eCFW
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:
- Added: 12MB of additional memory unlocked for all firmwares for use internally
- Added: PS1 sound emulation via Pete’s PEOPS SPU plugin
- Added: Configuration option for the PEOPS plugin, accessible through the recovery menu
- Added: Ability to view Vita firmware in “System Information”
- Added & Fixed: A few internal things
- Removed: The in-XMB FTP feature was removed because of bugginess i.e. messing up internet radio compatibility. A better FTP option will be added in a later eCFW revision.
There are some PS1 games tested on TN-V for sound. Some work fine, others have choppy sound, white noise, or lock-ups. Our community is maintaining a PS1 sound compatibility list here. You can also check an alternate list on hackinformer.
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You can either update via the TN-V XMB or get the files below.
That’s all for now from me, The Jay Doctor. Go get yourself some great TN-V! Also, feel free to follow me on Twitter where you can enter my monthly PSN code giveaways. I would recommend following Wololo too, he is much more important than I am :). Use the links below.
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