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Just a few hours after Sony released their firmware 3.10, people figured out how to prevent the firmware update and access the PSN services from their PS Vitas running firmware 3.01.

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Note from wololo: Soon after this article was published, I was made aware that this article was an exact copy of this tutorial from user wakefulness on gamespot. I take plagiarism very seriously and this is the first time a “non original” guest blogger’s article got published on this site without me realizing beforehand.

I am therefore taking down the article and suggesting that you look at the original tutorial instead. The guest blogger has realized this was unacceptable, he apologized for it and we have made it clear this won’t happen again.

Apologies for this mistake.

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Note from wololo: This blog focuses mostly on video games, console hacking and programming. Once in a while we come up with something that’s slightly different from our “core themes”, such as the article below. Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see more of these… or if you’d rather not.

Do you use minutes on your phone and data on your tablet? Are you always worried about going over your minutes or want to use your tablet as a phone. Well I have the app for you it’s called Groove IP.

So what is Groove IP?

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It’s such a small change, yet it is one that I have been waiting for since I first got Skype on my Vita. When the Skype compatibility was announced (if memory serves me well) they stated that it would be possible to talk while playing games with your friends, which seemed like a great idea; especially where multiplayer games such as Phantasy Star are concerned. However; this was not the case. Soon after the release, it was discovered that there was no way to minimize Skype without ending the call, and yet another promise was destroyed.

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In my previous article on Charles Proxy many people have been stating that Fiddler 2 is free, and asking for guides regarding that. As I have had time to look into Fiddler, I thought I’d write a quick tutorial for those who wish to use this as an alternative to Charles.

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Since the latest firmware is now out, that seemingly leaves us without PSN or any form of Online gaming which does take some of the fun out of the Vita, and with all the Sales and free games coming from Sony at the moment it’s horrible that if you wish to keep your exploit then you have to update, right? Wrong. There is a simple way around this by using a Proxy server.

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Dust 514 has been around for a while now and many of you probably know of its existence. It’s innovative in so many ways, and since it’s now in Open Beta anyone can try this amazing FPS game.

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From what I heard, people are somewhat scared about making the move to Prometheus and it’s online service due to my (excuse this please) badly chosen terminology inside of PROCFW and lack of comparisons to alternatives like Xlink Kai or Adhoc Party.

In response to this I felt like giving you guys a… bit more technical insight into the inner workings of Prometheus, what the used terms mean and how the whole functionality (or lack of therefore) comes to be.

I will also cover the crucial differences between Xlink Kai, Prometheus and Adhoc Party.

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