VitaShell 0.4 released
Developer TheFlow released VitaShell 0.4 yesterday. The popular toolkit for Rejuvenate is getting better with each release.
What is VitaShell?
VitaShell is a toolkit for your PSVita that runs on the native Rejuvenate hack. It lets you, among other things, launch homebrew, extract ZIP/RAR files, contains a text/hex reader, lets you browse your files on the Vita, etc…
VitaShell won the Revitalize competition, getting the most votes from our community against a dozen other entries that included great emulators.
The main new feature on version 0.4 is the possibility to exit homebrews to get back to VitaShell. It is an essential feature, as launching homebrews is constrained to command line from your PC without such a GUI.
The Full changelog of VitaShell 0.4, from TheFlow:
– Added experimental feature: Holding START to force exit homebrews.– Added battery symbol by Ruben_Wolf.– Switched to official PGF font.– Changed triangle-menu animation to ease-out.– Improved mark all/unmark all feature.– Fixed percentage precision in progress bar.– Fixed small bug in move operation.
VitaShell experimental feature: homebrew termination by holding START. All homebrews can now be forced to exit. pic.twitter.com/xKCpTGRBVJ
— The Flow (@theflow0) January 11, 2016
Download VitaShell 0.4
You can Download VitaShell 0.4 here
Note: you’ll need a PS Vita running the Rejuvenate hack in order to run VitaShell, This means a PS Vita running firmware 3.51 or lower