One of the important changes of the latest taiHENkaku update that I did not empathize as much in the article was the ability to apply any modifications to the config.txt without the need for a full reboot of the console. This change however was dependent on an update to VitaShell that wasn’t out yet. It is now.
Developer TheFloW found a way to get some time from his busy schedule to push another update to VitaShell. This is the update that enables us to apply any changes we make to the config.txt file – such as enabling new plugins – without going through the somewhat boring process of fully rebooting the PS Vita and then re-activating taiHENkaku. Remember that this is a setting that is only available when you are in molecularShell mode.
What is VitaShell?
VitaShell is an all-in-one tool for your PS Vita. It started as a file manager and developed into a fully-fledged GUI-less media management tool. Not only can it manage your Vita’s filesystem and install your applications, but it can also serve as a music player or picture viewer. VitaShell also won the Revitalize competition last year. It is also an essential tool for the management of taiHENkaku settings.
Changelog for VitaShell 1.43
Added taiHEN config.txt reload option available in molecularShell.
Changed default HENkaku spoofed version to 3.63.
Fixed bug where you couldn’t exit the application.