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Lets dive directly into what I consider some of the best hacks in the modern Scene of the PSP.
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In this third Installment I show you how to install plugins and Themes at your PS Vita running the TN-V4 eCFW.

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TN-V4 is now publicly available (for Firmwares up to 3.01) and Total_Noob is finally able to rest. Since he did the main job, programming his awesome eCFW, it is now up to us to help all the users that might have problems with some functions of TN-V4.

I would like to show you in 3 installments how to install homebrews, ISO and CSO files and finally plugins, CTF-Themes and other various PSP hacking related files (installment 1, 2 and 3, respectively).

Let’s get started!

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Don't want to update your PS Vita?

Don’t you hate that you need complicated Proxies, a second PS Vita or even a PS3 to get a game to your PS Vita which runs an older Firmware? It seems our user Crivonyx found a new way to download content to a PS Vita which sports an older Firmware. But how does it work?

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PS Vita Slim running TN-V4

It is already the 2nd December 2013 and we are still patiently waiting for the official release of the new TN-V4 eCFW, which will bring us a kernel mode to the firmwares above 2.02 (up to 3.00+) and will turn all usermode exploits, that we’ve released this year, into kernel mode. But now let’s take a look at the changelog of TN-V4:

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A lot of you guys might know Mathieulh from his days in the PSP and PS3 scene, he is a good developer and got a version of TN-V4 from TN himself, which he could try on his PS VitaTV. But does everything work like at a 2.02 Vita? Well, lets see…

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If you’re one of the lucky people running an eCFW such as TN CEF, or ARK, or maybe VHBL on your Vita, or simply if you own a PSP running a Custom Firmware and are looking for good homebrew games, look no further. Here is our ranking of the best 10 homebrews this month, as voted by you.

Reminder: you can add your own homebrews to our /downloads Database, and vote for your favorite ones. This doesn’t require any login.

One of the surprises of this month is a tool designed for PS2 owners, as well as the comeback of some long forgotten tools

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Some of you might say ‘ps3 scene isn’t as good as psp scene’ or ‘i’ve had more fun with my portable console than with the one on my living room’. Well, that may change in the near future, as two interesting things surface on the ps3 scene.

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Not long ago I had these two homebrew titans and overall excellent machines face each other in our fictional cross generation console wars, but the results came out inconclusive as both systems came out with the same score. In this chapter, I will revisit on of the areas where both consoles tied and will compare them in other areas I consider to be fair in this case.
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The Dreamcast, Sega’s last console, one of the most innovative and advanced machines of its time that died in plain glory and boosted the use of homebrews and emulators in consoles, versus the PSP, Sony’s first attempt at the handheld market, and praised by many for its incredible homebrew capabilities.
Both systems share a lot in common, but which one would stand out as the winner in our fictional Cross Generation Console Wars?
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A couple of days ago I spoke with Dan Pearce and Jack de Quidt, the creative minds behind Castles in the Sky. An interactive storybook experience developed by indie game company The Tall Trees. Not only where they nice enough to share their vision with me, but they also provided me with some copies of the game, for me to share with you, our readers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Just yesterday The Z published an article in which he talked about what we can expect from the next PS Vita firmware update. For many readers this functionality means getting one step closer to the release of Total_Noob’s  kexploit. Sony promised that the next firmware update for PS Vita will bring the “PS4 Link app”, but handheld owners everywhere are in the dark when this update will take place. Read the rest of this entry »

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The PS4 launch day is pretty soon, and Sony promised to make the PS Vita compatible with the PS4, obviously via a Firmware Update. The very next PS Vita Update seems to be the PS4-Ready Firmware, which was rumoured to be Firmware 3.00. Some other rumoured features of this new firmware, let’s just call it firmware 3.00, are, that you will be able to transfer files via a Wifi connection between the PS Vita and a PS3 console, which would enable you to transfer files without the need of any cable.

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If you’re one of the lucky people running an eCFW such as TN CEF, or ARK, or maybe VHBL on your Vita, or simply if you own a PSP running a Custom Firmware and are looking for good homebrew games, look no further. Here is our ranking of the best 10 homebrews this month, as voted by you.

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Wii, the console that revived Nintendo’s dominance in the home console business, versus the Xbox, Microsoft’s first attempt to get into the console market. Which one is better?
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