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Hello World on Vita?

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by some1 » Sun Dec 18, 2011 7:44 pm

If anyone could contact this guy, I could help port hbl...and do other things ; ).
Also if anyone has a vita please pm me.
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way to keep a secret malloxis...erm jeerum
Hmm, a demo user mode exploit doesn't seem as important anymore, I wonder why... xP

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by RUSTII » Sun Dec 18, 2011 10:53 pm

wololo wrote:
RUSTII wrote:I hate to say it,And no i DO NOT speak Japanese of any kind "BUT" i do understand English !!
So no i do not understand what the rest of the line say's,but the first word says it all
"FAKEじゃないのかと疑う方もいるかもしれませんが、teck4氏のexploitは未発表のexploitで本物です。"
look in the link,it is very easy to find,so maybe someone can translate the rest...maybe im wrong,but it says itself it is FAKE!
The second word says "not". So if you combine the two words together it says "it's not a fake". Language is such a wonderful thing.
(It actually says "you might be wondering "isn't it a fake?" but teck4's exploit is an unreleased exploit and it's real")

I'll get in touch with mamosuke, but there is no doubt for me that this is real.
http://wololo.net/wagic/2011/12/18/day- ... dy-hacked/
i have seen so many ppl say its fake,this is great new's..
this is so exciting , there are so many things running through my mind,
like will plug in's work,if not is the coding so different we wont see any plug ins on the vita.
thanks for confirming that by the way.have a great day
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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by popsdeco » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:02 am

The Z wrote: PSV can play PSN Games and MiniS, so it has to emulate a part of the PSP, for those games.
That's right. This hello world is running in PSP emulation.
takka said "Utilizing Vita feature from PSP emulation is similar to executing another Windows Program by using NES emulater and malformed ROM".
This is true. Without bug in PSP emulation, we cannot get out.

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by wololo » Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:21 pm

some1 wrote:If anyone could contact this guy, I could help port hbl...and do other things ; ).
Also if anyone has a vita please pm me.
I told mamosuke to let Teck4 know that you're ready to help, he'll contact us back if he wants to.

I got my PS Vita today so I can help you with some remote experiments. As far as I can tell Sony went crazy on the security. I'll give more details on my findings later, but the device is not recognized as a usb disk, and the only way to copy files on the memory card is through the "content manager", an application that runs on the Vita directly and browses your PC hard drive. Basically nothing else than mp3, photos, videos, or psp savedata can be copied on the device. It is possible to copy vita/PSP games, but I haven't figured out how yet, I'll try with the Firmware update maybe...

Without any good hardware hacker this will be really tough, I'm already doubtful that the PSP hack will lead to anything successful as soon as I expected initially... how can we expect to run homebrews if we cannot even copy them to the system...
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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by JJS » Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:37 pm

wololo wrote:how can we expect to run homebrews if we cannot even copy them to the system...
With a card reader... oh wait, proprietary memory cards. :roll:

Even if you can rename a PSP eboot as say an mp3 and get it copied to the Vita, I suppose the PSP emulator cannot access it. I mean there is no reason to even emulate a memory stick device since the games are supposed to only call the saveUtility functions for storing information and all static data is in the ISO image (fake UMD drive).

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by wololo » Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:08 pm

JJS wrote: I mean there is no reason to even emulate a memory stick device since the games are supposed to only call the saveUtility functions for storing information and all static data is in the ISO image (fake UMD drive).
Will we have to create a FileSystem based on savedata files? :lol:
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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by popsdeco » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:09 pm

wololo wrote: Will we have to create a FileSystem based on savedata files? :lol:
It seems that at least HBL got ported to PSVita SAVEDATA filesystem...

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by Xian Nox » Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:13 pm

wololo wrote:Will we have to create a FileSystem based on savedata files? :lol:
Emulated PSP games could still have access to the filesystem. I think some of them could make screenshots too, not too sure though, which would mean that they should still be able to. And if they have write access, they should have read access as well. But this is just a hypothesis.

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by Sirius » Tue Dec 20, 2011 5:36 am

@wololo

did you try to connect your vita to a Linux OS?

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Re: Hello World on Vita?

Post by wololo » Tue Dec 20, 2011 5:46 am

Sirius wrote:@wololo

did you try to connect your vita to a Linux OS?
Not yet. I'm not too confident with hardware/drivers and I don't know if this will lead to anything for me without any help. For now I plan to investigate the psp emulator exploit, that alone should keep me occupied for a while until new discoveries are made by others.
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