What should you know before HENkaku Ensō lands!

Aurora

I'm a girl that's liked technology from day 1. Mostly interested in the PSVita/PSP scene but I've always modded my stuff when it's possible, that is :)Contact me via DM at @KawaiiAuroraA on Twitter if you have any questions/concerns about my articles or if you have any article requests.

43 Responses

  1. Bam says:

    Thank you for the write up!

  2. wi11iam says:

    Superpowers lol XD

  3. animekai says:

    if i install enso, and then update the psvita to 3.65, i will lose henkaku enso?

  4. Alon says:

    Not first!

  5. vitaftw says:

    Anyone remember the days on wololo site when you had to wait for ninja exploit releases for the psv? Now we have Henkaku which is better than ark and tn-v, it was released exactly one year ago on 7-29-16 and we also have sd2vita storage now. What a lot of progress since then. Thanks Deva

  6. cool says:

    If I install Enso, will it let me play PS5 games? 😀

  7. Abyessal says:

    I downloaded the vpk from the henkaku website,but when it tries to install it says os0 is modified and to download and reinstall 3.60 pup.

  8. John Doe says:

    ENZO INSTALLED! 😀

  9. Yasu says:

    It would be great if CF Vitas, in a few months, would be able to run games above 3.60.

    A man can dream.

  10. FRR35H says:

    Looks like it’s available!

  11. Erik Vasquez says:

    its available! i installed and it works.

  12. Yuuki says:

    just installed. the sonyplaystation boot is changed to enso. I tested for the begining and nothing is happenned. I need more in order to confirm everything is fine. currently I’m giving the installed and test booting is good 100%. total I trust is 75% the rest is as I said need more testing.

  13. wa7Ly says:

    woohoo! enso is installed and working perfectly with psvsd drivers loading my 256 gig micro sd!

  14. Gr8n00d1e says:

    Can Ensō gives me ability to set up and use a vita2sd adapter without an orignal vita memory card. (Mine vita card died long time ago)

  15. Kaneda says:

    No superpowers for my PS Vita, ok 🙁

    PD: Greeting from Perú

  16. Febag says:

    Works like a charm, pretty incredible piece of software!

  17. Frank says:

    Well Enso installed succesfully here thanks to hackinformer for the link.

  18. f4 says:

    Current build date is July 23rd.
    Have fun, people. It works great.
    Ensou is simultaneously the most exciting and least exciting thing to happen on the Vita scene. 😛

  19. myleggUy says:

    Use “Paste as plain text,” you noob.

  20. Gordon says:

    Had for both Vita and PSTV to update the 3.60 PUP. Installing the pup on the PSTV resulted a blackscreen, but just let it do its work.
    After that installing enso works fine.

  21. meysam25 says:

    good news

  22. froid_san says:

    I was wondering how will enso be updated? henkakuis alwas updated to the latest version when you reactivate it using online, how enso gonna be updated? download a updated vpk every now and then???

  23. Mich says:

    It’s already available!

  24. FailArmy says:

    This is another Aurora’s failed article…

    • Aurora says:

      I don’t think it’s failed. I can’t anticipate the release time. It was up for hours before the release article so I think it was still useful as an informative article.

      It’s journalism, you can’t say something is failed when the writer doesn’t have the release time at hand.

    • VitaDreams says:

      Hardly! I won’t be able to install enso for a couple weeks and reading this article is very informative to me, but in the interest of full disclosure I’m a fan of Aurora’s posts so I may be biased 😉

  25. Michael says:

    >> It will not let you play games meant for a higher firmware either!
    >> You also won’t be able to play dumped games for higher firmware versions so forget about that.

    * Is there any possibility at present to run games with higher firmware? even with a different tool or offline installer, etc? or it will just be impossible with all?

    >> This will make HENkaku/taiHEN like a real CFW that we used to see in the PSP days
    * Do you know the name of a permanent CFW for the PSP GO? I had one installed but I had to relaunch it with every reboot, I didn’t manage to see a permanent one…

  26. geo says:

    Hola Aurora, podrías escribir un tutorial para los usuarios que hemos instalado Enso, resulta que a mi me ha dejado de funcionar ds4vita.

  27. bootyP says:

    I have a new in box psTV. Will the activation issue prevent me from be able to install enso (I plan to play a handful of vita games and use adrenaline for ps1/psp games)

  28. Kylis says:

    Did the non permanent Henkaku allow you to play games that required firmware above 3.60?

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