Release: StorageMgr driver for PS Vita. Simplify your storage options on a hacked console

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17 Responses

  1. Ethan Weegee says:

    first

  2. Mardoqueu says:

    Thank!

  3. lollypop says:

    can storage manager resolve my issues trying to compile for vita ?
    arm-vita-eabi-gcc: ELF: not found

  4. Ra-D-OH-3h says:

    Nice. Similar to ” switch sd2vita”

  5. lollypop says:

    OR can wine be ported to linux via bochs or qemu?
    oh wait its allready in linux :p

  6. Quaker says:

    Thanks. With this I can use the 8gb mem card again.
    Just wish you could link other apps to other storage’s mem cards like you can with RetroArch’s Playlist can.

    If you’re looking for something to make a RetroArch Playlist’s with ease. Give RetroList, and RetroSync a try.

    RetroArch Tools by SubZero Dezigns

    Make your life easier by using these apps for your PC, PsVita, PS3, and w/e else.

    Found:
    http://trading-post.sytes.net:6969/forum/viewtopic.php?p=999

  7. BRandon says:

    what do you mean by “handle storage” you mean ill be able to switch between Ux0 and Ur0 freely? bit confused

  8. lollypop says:

    in short what i would want isnt a storage manager but a media defiler for gb selection
    or a IRS made of two components on two screens
    IRS-net
    IRS-usb
    IRS-emu
    and what more about a native IRShell for vita

  9. Fah says:

    This allows to have games installed simultaneously on ux0: and uma0: without save issues?

  10. Martin says:

    Does it work on HENkaku Enso 3.65 ?

  11. Gabi says:

    Thank you, Great job!!!!
    Sd2vita didn’t work with 3.65. I spent hours looking for a solution.

  12. Joker says:

    Will this ever work with PSV 3.68 H-Encore or is there an alternative way?

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