Codestation’s QCMA Updated: Now supports PS Vita firmware 3.30!
The new PS Vita firmware 3.30 is available since a few weeks as of now, and Codestation’s QCMA hasn’t been working for it. Until now.
Codestation has updated his alternative Content Manager Application to support PS Vita firmware 3.30.
QCMA is available for Windows, OS X and Unix.
Codestation’s QCMA application requires the uninstallation of the default PS Vita driver, and the installation of his custom driver. But it is worth it.
QCMA can support multiple PS Vita firmwares at the same time, can be used to manually update the firmware and even transfer package files (as long as you have access to the Package Installer).
Using one PS Vita on a lower firmware and one PS Vita at the most recent firmware? No problem.
Simple change the protocol version of QCMA to the desired PS Vita firmware version, connect the PS Vita and you are good to go.
QCMA is simply a better version of a CMA for the PS Vita.
More information and downloads can be found at Codestation’s QCMA thread at our forums!