PS Vita Firmware 1.66 Available - Fixes adhoc Issue
Recently, PlayStation rolled out the new 1.65 firmware update for PS Vita
, which added a couple of small changes to the older firmware. But that is not all, it also had two major effects; one of those effects being the loss of VHBL support, at least for Motorstorm Arctic Edge, and Everybody's Tennis. The other majoy effect that firmware had, was it caused the system to lose the ability to use adhoc play on PSP titles.
Apparently, they have released the 1.66 firmware update, which restores the lost adhoc play feature. Also, it appears you can use SKFU's Vita Pr0xy
tool to spoof your PS Vita's system firmware version, which will allow you to access the PSN store. He is a quote from Wololo with more details.
People are now able to update their PS Vita to Firmware 1.66. Firmware 1.66 is probably a simple regression bug fix from Firmware 1.65 unveiled yesterday, to address the ďadhocĒ issues people were seeing on PSP games.
Apparently, this firmware patches both Motorstorm and Everybodyís tennis exploits used to run VHBL(I havenít tested yet). Update at your own risk. Reports also say that SKFUís Vita pr0xy allows you to spoof your firmware version, in order to access the psn store without updating, so you donít have to update immediately unless you need all of PSNís services.
Thanks to everybody who let me know.