HENkaku 3.65 / PS Vita 3.65 Jailbreak – will HENkaku be released for PS Vita firmware 3.65?


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35 Responses

  1. Reymon


  2. lol

    lol nice click bait title, interesting read though

  3. Outrunner

    Very well explained, nice article 🙂 .

  4. Albert C

    Still just waiting on that PS4 info.

  5. Juan

    Click bait af

  6. anonanon

    Are your page views so low that you have to keep reposting the same click baity article?

    If the news is slow, don’t post useless articles whose only purpose is to generate clickbait views.

    • the_importer

      No kidding, that one really made me click fast. Don’t make me remove you from my Ad-Block’s white list Wololo -_-

  7. solidsnake

    sonys next portable with playstation 2 game support confirmed. Will sonys next portable be confirmed to support PS2 games?

  8. Dick

    These hackers are *** me off stop lying to the people

  9. HanHan Megumi

    if they release a Downgrade or any tool software not hardware included the PSV will die for sure its better if we have exploit for now the games let them release a lot of games on PSV once its done then release a CFW and a Downgrade

  10. nakedfaerie

    WHERE are the details of VHBL for 3.65?

    • Bart Muskala

      I have the same question. To me, as a new user to the vita and it’s hacking scene, I have no clue where to start. Thanks for the advice as I bought a pre-owned vita running 3.65 now.

  11. meysam25

    my vita steel is on 3.60 and i am not going to update .becuase i w8 more then 2 year for this hack

  12. CriminalUpperEX

    And the day we’ll be able to play current vita game backups just keeps getting further and further away!

  13. This site will post any real information about topics of jailbreaks etc.

  14. OJ_Simple

    can i still install VHBL on firmware 3.65?

  15. DrRetro

    Same procedure as every yea.. ohm… update. Sad that it must said every time again.

    I don’t know how you could accidentally update your vita? As far as I know you must say “yes” to the update, so everyone who update it’s there own fault because they click too fast without reading.

    • Bart Muskala

      @DrRetro, some people ask genuine questions as they are new to the scene – like me. I only recently bought a vita and just now read about hbvl and stuff. I want to use it but read only things about 3.60. Which I haven’t.

      No one has explained how to put hbvl on a 3.65 vita. I would like to know how that works. If it works at all.

      Thanks for clarifying that out for me and many more people.

  16. JohnDoe

    Vita is simply done for. It is a missed oportunity and that’s it. It will probably remain the system that will make a hacker very famous if he manages to crack it. Also i bet the Sony engineers are so proud of themselves. They made Vita very secure. No piracy. Unfortunately it doesnt even matter anymore.

    Even if it was pirated from day 1, the PS Vita would have still had the same fate. DOA.

    We can call Nintendo Switch the spiritual succesor of the PSP. PSV is a disgrace.

    PS: nice click bait btw xD

    • Wtf

      Vita piracy has been a thing since around October or November of 2016. Also all the hacks for vita are still very relevant for those of us that were smart enough to not be so trigger happy on updating.

      • ZeroSbr

        Piracy is not nearly as easy to do on Vita as it is on PSP, though. With PSP, all I have to do is run a few programs, download a PSP ISO and slap it in the right folder on my PSP’s memory stick. Done. With Vita, I have to have a certain firmware, and then there’s a whole slew of steps to follow and things that could go wrong before I can play a digital backup of a Vita game, even if it’s a game I own. It’s not accessible for the average end user in the slightest. And honestly? That’s a good thing. Emulators for older systems is good enough. There’s no reason to pirate games that are still being sold at retail and can be found online for (around) retail price.

  17. xandrewx86

    vhbl works on 3.65 but theres no way to install emulators on it, or am I missing something? anyone know how?

  18. Ryven

    i’ve been following this since last year.. i learned my lesson and didnt went to 3.65.
    im still at 3.63 and waiting patiently

  19. Michael

    Is this not the official site? I thought they said 3.63 is supported?


    * You need a PS Vita or PSTV running system firmware 3.63. Unfortunately, it is not possible to run HENkaku on any device running a higher firmware version and it is also not possible to downgrade your system firmware.

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