NES On PS Vita Without VHBL With Major Drawback
An anonymous developer has released a method allowing a Nintendo emulator to run on the PS Vita.
(firmware 1.67) The method described below via the original source uses the recently released PlayStation Suite Development Kit coupled with some other tools. Similar to the VHBL exploit
it's a kind of emulator within an emulator method thus having a major drawback as it only allows a frame rate of 15fps. Lets hope that the developer in question finds a way to tweak this method to achieve higher frame rates.
At this time the game Super Colapse 3 that is used with the current Vita Half-Byte Loader, has been pulled from the Playstation store. There is no know way to exploit the Vita further on this version of the firmware (1.67) . The only way is to use the Playstation Suite Development kit. Fortunetly someone out there has made a NES emulator using the PS SDK.
Leaf controls  and X are your A and B buttons Triangle will change the rom that’s loaded. Dpad is your movement keys.
Source via ps3news.com: GlichXP
- Go here via your PS Vita and download the development suite.
- Download the NES emulator.
- Download Vita Connect (*Note from source: The Vita Connect download also contains the source code of the program and a pre compiled program in the “VitaConnector/obj/x86/debug” directory. You may need to copy the dll files into that directory from “VitaConnector/lib” directory.)
- Launch Vita Connect
- Connect the PS Vita to your PC via it's USB cable.
- Launch PlayStation Vita SDK on the PS Vita before clicking refresh.
- Click on “refresh devices”
- Click on “connect to the device”
- Click on “upload”
- Restart PS Suite Dev on your Vita
- You should now have a “Leaf” game
- Launch this to play NES