Scene member SilicaAndPina dropped by our forums a few days ago to release psvimgtools-frontend, a GUI for the recently released tools psvimgtools. If you own a PS Vita 3.63 and don’t know where to start to hack your console, you might want to give this tool a try as it will abstract some of the command line thingies you’d otherwise have to run with psvimgtools.
A Toolkit for PS Vita 3.63 hacks
As a matter of fact, this GUI includes a build of psvimgtools, which means it will pretty much run out of the box. Note that you’ll need to have QCMA installed, configured and running properly with your account in order for psvimgtool-frontend to run. Which should not be a big deal as QCMA is pretty much required for all your 3.63 hacking needs anyway.
PS Vita 3.63 is much more limited in terms of what hacks you can run, compared to firmware 3.60. Nevertheless, recent developments let you do things such as install an ePSP Custom Firmware or Homebrew launcher VHBL, install DRM free apps (such as Netflix), install Custom Themes, Switch accounts without formatting your memory stick (which technically lets you have data from multiple accounts on a single memory stick, something that is otherwise not possible on the PS Vita), disable the PSTV whitelist to increase game compatibility, and various registry hacks such as swapping th O and X buttons.
In many of these cases, psvimgtools-frontend should help you get started.
Executables have been released for Linux and Windows (download link below)
You can download psvimgtools-frontend from the developer’s github here. As a reminder, you’ll also need QCMA.
source: SilicaAndPina on /talk