Sony has just released PlayStation Vita Official Firmware 2.60 with a slew of changes including some security changes that you need to know about. Read the rest of this entry »
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Ever heard of PSIO? No, I hadn’t until recently but it’s something that has certainly fascinated me. The PSIO project is a way of playing PlayStation One games on the original console without any form of chip or back up disc, but through an SD Card that will have its own built in multifunctional operating system with the ability to play PlayStation One games, and possibly even Homebrew.
Here’s a brief summary from the project’s page:
Below are the Homebrews that got the best ratings last month in our community Database. Remember, you can vote for your favorites homebrews by simply rating them in a simple click, or add your own homebrew. No registration is required. Go to /Downloads for more details!
Well, we have some rather exciting news to share! Read the rest of this entry »
Those of you who hare expecting a hack of the Wii U might have been expecting news from the fail0verflow hacking team recently. In one of his rare (but always insightful) blog posts, fail0verflow’s Marcan gave his opinion on the future of console hacking and homebrew in general, as well as the current status (and in depth details) of fail0verflow’s Wii U hack. Assuming his opinion of the current status of console hacking is shared by many hackers, the future of homebrew is not really bright.
Total_Noob’s popular TN-V and TN-C have been ported to the recent Apache Overkill exploit. This is for those of you who happen to have Apache Overkill on 2.02 and below only. Read the rest of this entry »
Still on a lower firmware and don’t want to update? Here is a comprehensive guide to manually updating to a firmware, activating and linking a Ps Vita, getting exploits after they’re pulled, copying content and more! Read the rest of this entry »
Open CMA was not working initially with the new Vita 2.10 firmware update, however a quick method to getting it working again has been found. Read the rest of this entry »
Yet again Total_Noob’s popular Custom Emulator Firmware TN-V will be receiving an update.
We mentioned yesterday the ongoing insane progress on the PS3 scene to get PSP games and homebrews to run on PS3 CFW. PS3Hax member szczuru released yesterday an update of his tools suite (to version 1.7.3) that helps with the process of packaging your PSP games to run on the PS3.
Great news, an update to TN-V is here to fix a lot of issues and features! Read the rest of this entry »
I’m sure many of you are wondering whether to update or not to 2.06 for the upcoming VHBL release. I’ve done some tests with some popular homebrews that should help make it an easier decision. Read the rest of this entry »
A few months ago, I decided to join Twitter. I’m probably late to the party, and by the time I really learn how to use it, I’m sure there’ll be another social network everybody’s on, but hey, so far I must say Twitter is the only social network I really enjoy (Maybe because most of my real life “friends” are not on it, only people I actually enjoy talking too ).