PS Vita Hack: An official release of Vitamin might be coming later today
Developer TheFloW, one of the hackers behind the Vita game dumper codenamed Vitamin, announced a few hours ago that he is considering making a proper release of the tool in the hours to come. This announce comes after someone leaked an unfinished version of the tool earlier today.
After the leak, the collective of hackers behind Vitamin, in particular TheFloW, initially announced they would stop working on the tool entirely, so this announce comes as a surprise. TheFloW made the decision after “thinking about it all night”.
TheFloW stated that the latest version enables 444MHz support for the cpu (which one can assume would make the dumping process faster), improves game dumping compatibility, and removes a bug that would corrupt the game if the PS vita goes into sleep mode. We also noted that it seems to add useful information such as a progress bar during the dumping process.
Vitamin is a tool that lets PS Vita owners decrypt and copy official PS Vita games, that can then be run DRM-Free on hacked PS Vitas, running firmware 3.60.
Given the sensitive (and beyond grey-area legality in most countries) nature of this tool, we will not be sharing any links about this release here at wololo.net. Thanks for your understanding, and for not sharing any such links here.
Thanks to need2burn for the tip!