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[PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

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[PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by Yoyogames28 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:25 pm

When copying or dumping Vita you need to make sure your Vita doesn't go into standby or it'll ruin the process. Use the Registry Editor to change the suspending interval at CONFIG/POWER_SAVING/", "suspend_interval" to 0 so it will never shut off.

Reset the Vita to make sure it works.

PS Phat users, I haven't gotten burn-in on my Vita before using this, but the possibility is always there. If you're concerned about that, use a Slim or PS TV.

UPDATE: I forgot to include the Registry Editor.
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by jvabbdac » Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:29 pm

Any way to do it with phat psv? I have several games.
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by Yoyogames28 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:21 pm

This method works on Phat Vitas, but I'd advise against dumping on those Vitas due to burn-in, as dumping can take at least an hour for normal Vita games.
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by wth » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:33 pm

phat screen burn-in ? never heard about that

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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by fate6 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:37 pm

wth wrote:phat screen burn-in ? never heard about that
OLED burns in easier then the LCD of the 2k.
I have left mine on for a good long time and it never had any problems tho.
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by The Z » Tue Aug 30, 2016 4:36 am

Yoyogames28 wrote:When copying or dumping Vita you need to make sure your Vita doesn't go into standby or it'll ruin the process. Use the Registry Editor to change the suspending interval at CONFIG/POWER_SAVING/", "suspend_interval" to 0 so it will never shut off.

Reset the Vita to make sure it works.

PS Phat users, PLEASE be wary of your screen getting burn-in. I do not recommend dumping on this model. Use a PS Vita TV if possible.

UPDATE: I forgot to include the Registry Editor.
Cant you just change it to 3 hours and that should be enough time for dumping big games, but not enough time to cause "burn ins" (i cannot confirm this happening on my *phat, btw).
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by Zeroba » Tue Aug 30, 2016 12:29 pm

I've yet to see burn in from doing something dubious. :shock:
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Re: [PSA] Avoiding PS Vita system from going to standby

Post by Yoyogames28 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 12:30 pm

Yeah, three hours should work. I can't confirm burn-in either, and I've left my Vita on for extended periods of time alot. I'll edit it to make it less serious of a problem.
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Post by Anchit » Wed Aug 31, 2016 5:11 am

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Post by qkwyx » Wed Aug 31, 2016 8:37 am

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