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HENkaku exploit – stage 3 reversed and explained

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16 Responses

  1. supergun says:

    second fu LOLOLOL thank’s for the post wololo

  2. lollypop says:

    so does this mean kernel patching bios ?
    or kernel replacing bios ?
    anyhow i would love a softmod kernel vanilla.

  3. JosukeIV says:

    I hope 3.61 will get some kind of CFW or Downgrader. I got an 3.60 HENkaku PSTV and a 3.61 PS Vita.

  4. JosukeIV says:

    I hope 3.61 will get some kind of CFW or Downgrader. I got an 3.60 HENkaku PSTV and a 3.61 PS Vita but only one memory card.

  5. Berk CAN says:

    Vita kernels will enable playing PSP on vita right, it would be awesome;
    what are the pros for us when stage 3 is completed?

    • Daipop says:

      Yifan promised something special once the 3 stages of the Henkaku exploit where discovered. Namely the source code maybe, so who knows, maybe we could port Henkaku to lower firmwares like 3.18 or 3.36 who knows. Or maybe something else, so just we need to wait a little longer.

      • Daipop says:

        Sorry for double posting but I forget to mention that the Flow is already working on a PSP eCFW for Henkaku, is called adrenaline and he stated that you must adquire a PSP game for your Vita right now that you are capable accessing the PSN store via spoofing the 3.61 version.

  1. April 10, 2017

    […] However, hackers Hexkyz and St4rk have both claimed they have found Kernel exploits in the PS Vita. None of them has released anything though, although it’s pretty certain they did have to have access to such exploits in order to break the Henkaku Challenge. […]

  2. April 22, 2017

    […] However, hackers Hexkyz and St4rk have both claimed they have found Kernel exploits in the PS Vita. None of them has released anything though, although it’s pretty certain they did have to have access to such exploits in order to break the Henkaku Challenge. […]

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