If you decided to update to PS Vita’s firmware 3.52, you might want to have a look at this release from Qwikrazor87. If you stayed on 3.51 or below, you’ll probably skip this one and stay on Rejuvenate…
Qwikrazor released VHBL on firmware 3.52 through an exploit in PSN Mini game Puzzle Scape.
What is VHBL
VHBL is a homebrew loader for the PS Vita running inside the Vita’s PSP emulator.
This specific port of VHBL lets you load homebrews and emulators on your PS Vita running firmware 3.52 or lower. It requires you to purchase a legit copy of game Puzzle Scape from the PSN Store. Reports say that this game is only available on the EU PSN so you will need a European PSN account to get this hack. (Check our article on how to create another account for your PS Vita)
Minis are arguably not the best vector for VHBL, as they have severe limitations that prevent them from loading several homebrews. Of course, combined with a Kernel Exploit in the PSP software, this could become the next hot thing on the PS Vita, but for now you’ll have to give it a try and see if the compatibility is good.
According to Qwikrazor87 himself, this hasn’t been tested much, although some users on twitter have reported success in loading at least the menu, and a couple reports on the web say this loads emulators fine.