I remember when I first started this project with just bits of information. Now this program has matured vastly and aims to display all sorts of information on your device. If you’re looking for substantial information all on one screen and worried about losing space, the original version is the way to go. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a user friendly GUI that displays even more information about the device, perhaps the GUI version would be better.
What is VITAident?
VITAident is a tool inspired by PSPident – which was originally developed by Jas0nuk and later updated by Yoti. The tool was used to obtain more information about your PSP’s motherboard, firmware etc. Similarly the VITA version – VITAident aims to display more information about your PS VITA.
VITAident’s GUI release follows a similar design guideline as Ubuntu’s about page. The GUI includes a few exclusive features such as the config tab, PSN tab and the ability to refresh data in real time.
The original version retains the nostalgic look and feel of it’s former brother, PSPident. It’s also worth noting that without inspiration from PSPident both VITAident or 3DSident would never have been created in the first place.
– Fixed minor misalignment issues.
– Fixed USB power supply status (Previously it showed as disabled, even when it was enabled). GUI:
– Fixed USB power supply status (Previously it showed as disabled, even when it was enabled).
– Now uses proper enter button to exit. (X or O depending on your region).
– New config menu (GUI exclusive) – Displays various settings info (enabled/disabled) and lock screen code.
– New psn menu (GUI exclusive) – Displays PSN info, username pass. (Thanks some1 for the registry info)
You can find the download link in my GitHub releases.