TheFloW fixes error C1-2858-3 with Adrenaline, PSP Minis now compatible as base game
Yesterday, Vita scene developer TheFloW released his ePSP CFW for PS Vita 3.60 owners. The release had a few bugs that puzzled several users, and was followed by a few quick patches throughout the day. Today, TheFloW updated Adrenaline once again to fix error C1-2858-3 that many users were having: if you were using a PSP Mini as your base game, it is likely you were seeing this error often. This has now been fixed.
What is Adrenaline for PS Vita
Adrenaline is a piece of software that modifies the official PSP Emulator using taiHEN CFW framework to make it run a PSP 6.61 custom firmware. PSP homebrews and plugins now run on your PS Vita
Features for Adrenaline
What does Adrenaline currently support?
- VshMenu, Recovery menu
Differences between Adrenaline and TN-V?
- Ability to take screenshots using PS + START
- Ability to use the PS button as HOME button
- Ability to use a custom graphics filter
- No file system limitation by using a custom msfs.
Error C1-2858-3 fixed with new release of Adrenaline
In order to run Adrenaline, users need to own one PSP game on their PS Vita, that they legally acquired from the PSN. The game is hijacked by Adrenaline, meaning gamers won’t be able to use the game for its intended use afterward. Many users typically use a demo or a cheap PSP mini for that purpose. Sadly, Adrenaline had a bug that prevented most features from working when it was installed from some specific games, in particular PSP minis. The new patch fixes error C1-2858-3, which many users encountered due to this original bug.
In particular, if you downloaded Adrenaline yesterday, it is possible you ran into this issue. This new release fixes this.
Download Adrenaline with 661.PBP and C1-2858-3 crash on MINIS FIX
You can download Adrenaline on the project’s official github here.