Playstation Vita System Software 3.57 to be released soon – Will most likely fix everything!
It has been months since the last Playstation Vita system software update had been released and firmware 3.55 is still vulnerable to both Custom Bubble methods, Tom’s/Gas’ and Qwikrazor’s.
A lot of people suspected that Sony gave up on the PS Vita, but this does not seem to be the case. Firmware 3.57 is close and will most likely fix everything!
This is not the first time that the japanese Sony website has “spoiled” a few Firmware surprises, and this won’t be the last time either.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the japanese Sony website is talking about some new, currently unreleased firmwares for the Playstation Vita (TV) and Playstation 3.
We can almost be certain that this PS Vita firmware 3.57 is going to fix every currently exploited vulnerability of the previous 3.5x firmwares, because it took them 4 months to prepare this insignificant System Update, which only jumps from 3.55 to 3.57 in terms of numbering.
Be sure to install QCMA on your PC and use the offline mode of said QCMA programm, since it will prevent your device from updating upon connecting it to your Computer. If your Vita did find the update, activate the airplane mode and simply restart it.
Do not install the new System Software 3.57, because there is no way of downgrading to an older firmware once 3.57 has been installed. You have been warned!
Note from Wololo: the main goal of these firmware updates seems to be the drop of Facebook support on PS Vita and PS3 moving forward. It’s likely that Sony will also use the opportunity to patch a few vulnerabilities, but I had to mention this.
Source via Twitter.com