gomados wrote:And CMA has to be online?
Yes, Sony designed it to require online connection to the Sony servers to function, and if it sees your PSVita is not up to date, it flags your PSVita to not accept file transfers until it is updated. The CMA also updates itself as well.
OpenCMA is a very useful tool to ensure your homwbrew days don't end just after they begin.
Yes. Fortunately Virtuous Flame made a program called Open CMA which allows you to transfer files and save data without the internet.
This is indeed critical to use for anyone who desires homebrew and any other sort of scene additions to the PSVita.
Sadly this does nothing to help people who are unfortunate enough to have already been flagged to require an update.
The name of the game won't be released on the forum. It will be released on wololo's blog http://wololo.net/wagic/
This, though do feel free to enjoy the rest of the forum. Its quite a nice community.