HENkaku is a native Homebrew Enabler for the PS Vita and PS TV. It lets you run homebrews on the PS Vita
#409998 by CelesteBlue
Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:42 pm
CelesteBlue wrote:
Dalton_Corazon wrote:I tried it and it is superb! never wonder someone can come up this kind of app.. opst sorry vpk ^^ Now this scene is getting better and better. Now my physical button is secure whenever I reboot my PSvita..

Wishlist:
Offline henkaku installer - check!
Buttons for reboot - check!
Homebrew - check!
VCFW - waiting!
Video Player for any codes - waiting!
Copy-Paste enabler in web browser - waiting!
KODI! - WAITING!

and Many more ^^


I'm working on a way to generate ps vita rif (content activation files)...
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#410430 by VitaTV
Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:02 am
hey luck can you make a network/internet off shortcut for the PSTV
there's no short cut option for it when you hold the ps button like on the vita for wifi

on the pstv you have to go into settings/network/internet connection and uncheck , i use ethernet
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#410431 by CelesteBlue
Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:06 am
VitaTV wrote:hey luck can you make a network/internet off shortcut for the PSTV
there's no short cut option for it when you hold the ps button like on the vita for wifi

on the pstv you have to go into settings/network/internet connection and uncheck , i use ethernet


Very good idea !
It's makeable because the vpk should only have to edit the registry...
#410460 by luck
Wed Aug 24, 2016 12:25 pm
i m not sure it would be useful

i mean
turn on -> run henkaku -> run the app -> the app reboots the device -> run henkaku

is it ok to run henkaku twice just to turn wifi on/off for you ?
if yes, yea i should be able to do this.

*unless someone knows the function used by some games to turn wifi on/off*
#410502 by CelesteBlue
Wed Aug 24, 2016 5:31 pm
luck wrote:i m not sure it would be useful

i mean
turn on -> run henkaku -> run the app -> the app reboots the device -> run henkaku

is it ok to run henkaku twice just to turn wifi on/off for you ?
if yes, yea i should be able to do this.

*unless someone knows the function used by some games to turn wifi on/off*


No Luck,
make a new vpk wifi-activator with the following steps :

Include needed libraries
Get registry
Get value at offset xxxx
If value == 1 Change value at offset xxxx by 0 (enable wifi)
If value == 0 Change value at offset xxxx by 1 (disable wifi)
Exit the app

You need to find the good offset,
Then find the functions to interact with the registry...

You can search these functions on vita-activator source...

Luck, if you doesn't want to achieve this project, say me and I will do that.
#410507 by VitaTV
Wed Aug 24, 2016 6:21 pm
luck wrote:i m not sure it would be useful

i mean
turn on -> run henkaku -> run the app -> the app reboots the device -> run henkaku

is it ok to run henkaku twice just to turn wifi on/off for you ?
if yes, yea i should be able to do this.

*unless someone knows the function used by some games to turn wifi on/off*

Not sure what you mean ?
I just want to turn internet on when I use FTP and then off again very fast without going into settings
#410527 by luck
Wed Aug 24, 2016 9:33 pm
CelesteBlue wrote:No Luck,
make a new vpk wifi-activator with the following steps :

Include needed libraries
Get registry
Get value at offset xxxx
If value == 1 Change value at offset xxxx by 0 (enable wifi)
If value == 0 Change value at offset xxxx by 1 (disable wifi)
Exit the app

You need to find the good offset,
Then find the functions to interact with the registry...

You can search these functions on vita-activator source...

Luck, if you doesn't want to achieve this project, say me and I will do that.


actually i already have a working app (probably bad code -noob here- ) (this will reboot your vita)
i m using vita-idu as base

vita-activator does not edit the registry, it only reads its values.
in this case, i m setting a new value and you need to reboot for this change to take effect

anyway i think this is not the right way to turn the wifi off, there should be a dedicated function

@VitaTV

afaik, this is currently not possible.
i know what you mean.
you are speaking about the quick settings in PS menu on vita, that disables the wifi instanly.
i looked everywhere but this function seems unavailable or not documented.
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#410681 by CelesteBlue
Fri Aug 26, 2016 12:13 pm
luck wrote:
CelesteBlue wrote:No Luck,
make a new vpk wifi-activator with the following steps :

Include needed libraries
Get registry
Get value at offset xxxx
If value == 1 Change value at offset xxxx by 0 (enable wifi)
If value == 0 Change value at offset xxxx by 1 (disable wifi)
Exit the app

You need to find the good offset,
Then find the functions to interact with the registry...

You can search these functions on vita-activator source...

Luck, if you doesn't want to achieve this project, say me and I will do that.


actually i already have a working app (probably bad code -noob here- ) (this will reboot your vita)
i m using vita-idu as base

vita-activator does not edit the registry, it only reads its values.
in this case, i m setting a new value and you need to reboot for this change to take effect

anyway i think this is not the right way to turn the wifi off, there should be a dedicated function

@VitaTV

afaik, this is currently not possible.
i know what you mean.
you are speaking about the quick settings in PS menu on vita, that disables the wifi instanly.
i looked everywhere but this function seems unavailable or not documented.



You are right, except that now VitaRegistryEditor is out !
So you should look at the source...

Why don't you make a Makefile ? Why a CMakelists ?

Bye
#410701 by luck
Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:45 pm
i think there s a misunderstanding here.

we are speaking about a function to turn the wifi on/off when you open it.
just think about the PS menu in your vita 1k/2k or in settings -> wifi -> wifi checkbox.

The registry CANNOT turn the wifi on/off without a reboot because you need to reload the registry file for any modification to take effect.
(can we reload the registry without a reboot? if yes, why noone is doing this? )

again, vita-activator does NOT change any value in your registry.
vita registry editor DOES REQUIRE a reboot.
just try yourself (set wifi_flag to 0 and press start. Nothing happen till you reboot)

i don t know if there s a URI call that could do this and i don t know where to look for new URI calls.
the sdk does not have a function to turn wifi on/off.

maybe someone could guide me on how to reverse all the settings apps to find this function or a way to add/enable the PS menu in ps vita TV Lol


@CelesteBlue

because i m still a noob
i will do more stylish makefiles when i have more experience :)
anyway cmake is not that bad, before you type cmake . Lol

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