Bubble madness – Bubbles here, bubbles there. Where are the limits of the custom PS Vita bubbles?

The Zett

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106 Responses

  1. Так держать!!Продолжайте в том же духе!

    • Warlock says:

      above comment means …Keep it up !! Keep up the good work!

      wololo why dont u use some kinda translate plugin 😀

  2. Anon says:

    So…what’s the point of reporting about a development that will never be released to the public?

    • The Z says:

      Similar to the reported VHBL ports? Similar to the working kxploits? Similar to the TN-V updates?

      Oh, wait… Those were released (when we thought it is a good time to release them).

      You get the drill?!

  3. V13 says:

    Ok this may sound weird…. Are we able to “imitate” the 3.18’s browser(with a custom name and bubble) so the exploit WebKit will be there regardless how many updates sony has?

      • brandonheat8 says:

        I’m sure that through Netflix, flickr, Facebook, twitter, etc, we’ll find another entry to webkit for higher firmwares, they may have updated the official browser but some of those apps still use an old webkit, but of course I want them to get things finished on 3.18 and lower first.

      • Warlock says:

        is it possible to dump the browser from 3.18 and install it on 3.35?

  4. lollypop says:

    its called wipeout browser hack on psp on firmware 1.00 lol

  5. Balmung says:

    That Custom Bubbles are great and it looks like really User friendly. Nice work.

  6. Gamer5501 says:

    People *** so much on the comments for no reason and contribute nothing to the scene. I’ve been following this blog for years and I’m glad anyone releases anything. Yes the bubbles might come out in the future. Maybe if anyone takes the time to read and appreciate the work they do then maybe they’d feel like giving us the method sooner. If you’re impatient then figure it out yourself. I’d love to have a KHBBSFM bubble on my Vita but I can wait. Thanks The Z, keep up the good work. End rant.

  7. bh3n10 says:

    so excited for this hack, my PS Vita is just collecting dust, 🙁 thank you guy for the hard work and keeping the scene alive.. keep up the good work.

  8. d4rk51d3 says:

    LOL at all the “Z haters”
    They’ll be the first ones crawling up his ***, begging for links, when the files are finally released.

    Good work fellas. 🙂

  9. Raul says:

    Thanks for information Wololo and Z. Don’t worry about those who doesn’t apprieciate what hackers do and what you do.

  10. KronosXLI says:

    Can the bubbles be used to launch the PKG installer? If it can then no need to directly launch/install the files from the bubble.

  11. exo_gurei says:

    I’m sure this has something to do with rif files. mr.gas released something that was capable of deleting the eboot.pbp files. It may be capable of adding them too. If this is so, then we can just rename as many psp game titleid that has a licence in /PSP/GAME and installing a fresh one, so as to make a copy, while not modifying the __sce_ebootpbp, then patch a homebrew eboot.pbp to make it have the same signatures as the cloned psp game then replace it to the cloned one. Afterwhich you rebuild the database. and the icon will appear and capable of launching because it shares the same license file as the cloned one.

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