Vita Firmware 3.73 is out, does not patch h-encore2 exploit but breaks Modoru downgrader, according to early reports

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16 Responses

  1. DJPlace

    ouch for new vita users….

  2. Ragnarok

    Apparently modoru has been update so everything is fine now

  3. dazit

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  4. Winderful

    The vita was no longer in production so would this mean you have to want the update and accept the install.??

  5. joe G

    A big LOL. Sony is relentless…

  6. OperationNT

    If Skeba’s Moduro fork was not working on 3.73 FW, it was not due to the method it uses but only to a simple condition which checks if FW is strictly 3.71 or 3.72:
    “if (*(unsigned int *)(sysroot + 4) == 0x03710000 || *(unsigned int *)(sysroot + 4) == 0x03720000)”
    So, no reason to be worried for the moment 🙂

    • RhandyA

      i have tried upgrading to 3.73 and managed to downgrade it back to 3.65 but now when i tried running the ENSO it won’t let me do it, it is giving me an error message: Failed to load kernel module:0x8002d003. Pls help!

  7. Unknown Stranger Alien

    When Sony never cared about the Vita yet keeps pushing updates to try and “prevent” people from hacking it. Classy act.

  8. Noradninja

    Modoru v2 has already been patched:

    https://github.com/SKGleba/modoru/releases/tag/v2.1