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Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vita

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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by diis » Sat Aug 09, 2014 4:17 am

The Z wrote:QCMA basically has "OpenCMA" build in.

If you are using QCMA, then you do not need the OpenCMA patch.

Awesome !!
Does CMA game manager also save the downloaded games just in case they are taken off in the PSN? if yes where does QCMA store it ?
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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by The Z » Sat Aug 09, 2014 4:46 am

Use your PS Vita, use the Content Manager App and use the "PS Vita -> PC" function.

If you do this, you can transfer your stuff from your Vita to your PC.

For the save location, right-click your CMA PC programm and choose "settings". The paths should be in there.
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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by diis » Sat Aug 09, 2014 5:16 am

The Z wrote:Use your PS Vita, use the Content Manager App and use the "PS Vita -> PC" function.

If you do this, you can transfer your stuff from your Vita to your PC.

For the save location, right-click your CMA PC programm and choose "settings". The paths should be in there.

So I installed the QCMA on my mac and it connects but does not back up anything when I go in my content manager app.
So I downloaded the content manager for Os X for mac from Sony's website and it let me backup the game. However, nothing shows up in QCMA :(
Should I delete the content manager from Sony'w website and just use QCMA is that the point ?
Please tell me What am I doing wrong?

EdIt: nevermind figured it out ;)

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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by tysonrss » Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:41 pm

So I assume that the version of opencma on the first page works with 3.18?

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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by The Z » Fri Sep 12, 2014 9:58 pm

OpenCMA r5: 2.xx - 3.1x

Yes, it does, since 3.1x describes every possible number between 3.10 and 3.19.
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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by hkz8000 » Sat Sep 13, 2014 5:51 pm

Hi

I uninstalled CMA and then installed QCMA but whenever i try to connect my Vita i get the message "could not connect to PC". QCMA also says no PS Vita has been registered for some reason. Any help?

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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by The Z » Sat Sep 13, 2014 6:12 pm

Install the drivers too, not only the program itself.

This has nothing to do with this thread, complain in the QCMA thread, not mine.
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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by Asmith906 » Mon Sep 15, 2014 5:19 pm

How would I go about maintaining a working CMA for a vita TV? As far as I know the only way to connect it to a pc is through wifi.

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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by tr4g- » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:52 am

Hello, thanks for the thread Z. Quick questions: (after the initial install and operation of OCMA between your PC and Vita) do you have to enable flight mode and disable wifi and reboot your vita in order to use OCMA every time, or is it ok to simply turn of wifi and skip the reboot part.

aka: which of the following scenarios would NOT work

1)Disable wifi, enable flight, reboot --> use OCMA
2)Disable wifi, enable flight --> use OCMA (even if you had been using wifi beforehand)
3)Disable wifi, don't enable flight --> use OCMA

furthermore, for the options that do not work,what happens? Is the vita simply not able to connect to the PC?

EDIT: ok so I figured this out myself: if you do not reboot, it will simply not connect and tell you to update to the newest OFW
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Re: Maintaining a working CMA for your lower firmware PS Vit

Post by jazneo » Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:17 am

1)Disable wifi, enable flight, reboot --> use OCMA


This works it trick the ps vita

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