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by GeminiContractor
Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:30 am
Forum: Homebrew
Topic: [RELEASE] ORGANIZ3D - Powerful filebrowser for 3DS
Replies: 2
Views: 11144

Re: [RELEASE] ORGANIZ3D - Powerful filebrowser for 3DS

Are you still developing this? If so, could you add the ability to play music while doing other things in the app (e.g. reading texts, viewing images, etc.) and the ability to zoom in/out for pictures? Also, the 3DS goes to a black screen and has to be rebooted if the lid is closed while in ORGANIZ3...
by GeminiContractor
Thu Aug 04, 2016 10:41 am
Forum: HENkaku
Topic: Question around offline hack.
Replies: 2
Views: 1043

Re: Question around offline hack.

I have no idea how HENkaku works, but it would be nice if they could somehow embed the code needed for it into the web browser so that when you visit a certain URL it activates.
by GeminiContractor
Wed Aug 03, 2016 9:27 pm
Forum: Support
Topic: [OPEN] Worries about PSN account
Replies: 2
Views: 727

[OPEN] Worries about PSN account

I started up HENkaku when I first read about it here since I was excited to see something new about the PS Vita. However, I did not even think about my account or anything at the time. I did not connect to the PS Store or anything like that if I recall, and I have not used my PS Vita since then. Wil...
by GeminiContractor
Wed Sep 02, 2015 5:46 am
Forum: Programming and Security
Topic: Is Rejuvenate the Beginning of the End for the Vita?
Replies: 60
Views: 14125

Re: Is Rejuvenate the Beginning of the End for the Vita?

I couldn't belive that when Yifanlu twitted it, too. I mean, come on... all that multi-tasking, online capabilities and those graphics with 300MHz? You've gotta be fu**ing kidding me! :lol: Even the shi**iest phones reach at least 1GHz and you can't even run Angry Birds or sh** like that at 60 FPS....
by GeminiContractor
Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:16 am
Forum: Programming and Security
Topic: Is Rejuvenate the Beginning of the End for the Vita?
Replies: 60
Views: 14125

Re: Is Rejuvenate the Beginning of the End for the Vita?

Just to contribute, Yifanlu explained Vita works at 333 MHZ CPU normally and it can go up to 444 MHZ. These numbers are much, much lower than expected and makes any emulation beyond N64 impossible. Even a good N64 emulation is questionable if you ask me. Well, at least we can get perfect SNES/Mega ...
by GeminiContractor
Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:46 am
Forum: Programming and Security
Topic: Rejuvenate running a PS2 Emulator
Replies: 19
Views: 6387

Re: Rejuvenate running a PS2 Emulator

I have no idea who said it first or if there is a lot of validity to it, but, supposedly, emulators need to have 10x the hardware power of the console that is being emulated to run at a decent speed. PS Vita: 512MB RAM 128MB VRAM <2GHz (normal) 2GHz (max) Quad-core CPU 200MHz GPU [/b] PS2: 32MB RDRA...
by GeminiContractor
Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:18 pm
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...
Replies: 7
Views: 3355

Re: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...

Do not go into the settings menu in the HOME area after booting into an emuNAND if you plan on updating. Entering the settings menu puts you back into sysNAND. This means that if you update, it will update your sysNAND, not your emuNAND. Dude, after you boot up Emunand, you can enter the System set...
by GeminiContractor
Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:18 pm
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...
Replies: 7
Views: 3355

Re: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...

Yeah unfortunately the only way to write it back over is by using a hardware flasher. I'm sure some people are offering services online that can do this for you, I was looking over the diagrams and they don't look too difficult to solder a flasher on. Though if you've never really soldered before I...
by GeminiContractor
Fri Jun 12, 2015 3:26 pm
Forum: Tutorials
Topic: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...
Replies: 7
Views: 3355

Re: [ADVICE] When updating an emuNAND...

Do not go into the settings menu in the HOME area after booting into an emuNAND if you plan on updating. Entering the settings menu puts you back into sysNAND. This means that if you update, it will update your sysNAND, not your emuNAND. I am not sure if this belongs here, but I wanted to make sure...

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