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After nearly 4 months of playing cat and mouse, Sony finally brought the exploit titles, used to trigger the TN-V eCFW at firmware 3.01, back.

King of Pool, 101-in-1 Megamix, Fifa (Soccer) 2011/2012, Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks and Persona 2: Innocent Sins, to be specific, are now back at the PSN store and can be bought, redownloaded, etc.

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Even though it’s only been targeting the PSP emulator so far, the Vita scene has been pretty lively over the past 2 years. With about 20 exploits released over the past 24 months, including 2 major “eCFW” releases (one around Christmas 2012, the other one in December last year), believe it or not, the Vita scene is actually releasing more exploits than the PSP scene used to, which is unfortunately the result of these exploits being such short-lived…

To counter the hack, Sony typically remove the exploited games within 48h of our announcements. To mitigate that, we announce the exploits secretly to our community through a process we call “ninja releases“.

For the people on 3.10 or 3.12 who are not lucky enough to have access to the latest VHBL exploit (JP only, up to firmware 3.12!), the question most people want to be answered now is if and when the next exploit will be released.

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April fools is over, we all had our laughs, but it’s time to move on.
On this subject I want to discuss what hidden “features” and “stability improvements” the new Vita firmwares 3.10/3.12 brought to the table and my overall rant about them from both a hacker’s perspective and a user’s perspective.
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For those of you still on PS Vita firmware 3.01, and even 3.10, there has been a big bang of events today. Six more titles were released for 3.01, and a game was re-exploited for 3.10. Read the rest of this entry »

A new vita firmware update will be hitting the PSVita later today.

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A very well respected dev in the PSP/PS Vita scene has decided that it is time to leave. Read the rest of this entry »

PSP/PS Vita legend Total-Noob has just released his final update for TN-V. The new release is titled version TN-V8 and brings some great new features to the table, such as an integrated FTP service in the XMB.

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The private release by Matthew_Wi was leaked! Last chance for TN-V on firmware 3.01! Read the rest of this entry »

There is now an option out there for those involved in the PS Vita scene to contact each other and post news via IRC. It utilizes Total-Noob’s TN-V to create a universally accessible “chatroom” for everyone wanting to use it. This method is brought to you by abdou005. Here is how to get this PS Vita chatroom setup so that you can stay connected to all the latest PS Vita news, and input your own ideas. Read the rest of this entry »

With all the Giveaways wololo.net has been giving in the past months qwikrazor87 and I decided to give you guys something new that hasn’t been given before. Keep reading, as this may well be your last chance at getting TN-V on your Vita.
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As you probably know, there are some features on TN-V that are non-functional. Thanks to the scene, some really great XMB mods have been created to replace these features with functional ones. With this tutorial you will be able to mod three things in your XMB to get even more out of TN-V. Read the rest of this entry »

Ok guys, you might want to hurry up and grab the game as Mathew_Wi has decided to release the exploit now as the game seems to have been leaked. This is quite disappointing actually because this is the second leak for this kernel exploit.

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Recently The Z talked about a savestate plugin from Total-Noob coming soon. It has arrived people! I got it as soon as I found out about it I installed it. The things that I like the most about it are that you don’t have to go back to the XMB to load another game and that you can save an XMB state in case you end up messing it up somehow. You can install using (Open)CMA or by using the Plugins method here. If you use the second method you will have to do a “tn savestate wololo” internet search, click on the release link and scroll down to the download link. Read the rest of this entry »

ps_vita_2000XMBThis method of getting homebrew and ISO/CSO on your Vita will work well for those of you not wanting to use CMA (or OpenCMA) or not wanting to use FTP because of the bug where it changes the PSP folder to QSP, discussed here. Although I personally have not had problems with FTP, it is still likely that bugs may occur with you. There is only going to be one app you need on your vita, PSP Filer. You can get that here and install it following this great tutorial by The Z.

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Despite releasing no less than 4 exploits last month,  we’re seeing a growing number of people asking for a new exploit release in order to run Total_Noob’s TN-V on the Vita 3.01. Dev Mathew_Wi on our /talk forums was kind enough to share with me details on an exploited game he is willing to release in order to bring TN-V to even more users.

That’s right. If somehow you missed the 4 previous announcements, or if you got your Vita for Christmas recently and just found out about the TN-V CFW, or if you lost the previous exploits by mistake, this release is for you.

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