PS Vita: TheFlow releases Firmware updater
In preparation for his upcoming Kernel exploit for PS Vita 3.65/3.67/3.68, TheFlow has released Firmware Updater, an app that lets you install any official firmware update (above your current firmware) from a hacked PS Vita.
In essence, Firmware Updater is probably a safe way to uninstall Henkaku/Enso and prepare your PS Vita for the upcoming hack.
Of course, however, we don’t recommend anyone on a hacked PS Vita to update just now. Instead, patiently wait for the h-encore exploit release, and by then there should be enough tutorials out there to explain how to update and what to do.
Download Firmware Updater
You’ll need a hacked PS Vita to install and run this application. This will only be useful for owners of a hacked PS Vita who want to update to a higher firmware when the time comes. Do not update unless you know what you’re doing, as you will lose the 3.60 exploit.
Download Firmware updater here. (check the Readme first, then the “releases” section)