OpenCMA r3 released
An update has been released for OpenCMA. This allows PS Vita users to connect their PS Vita to a PC without the need of an internet connection. Revision three brings further patches preventing your Vita to automatically update.
- If CMA is running, turn off CMA
- Extract all files to the CMA installation directory
- Run run.bat, (WIN7 user may need to run as administrator)
- Re-run CMA
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I’m having a problem with CMA version 1.10.4086.63. It just keeps asking me to update the firmware. No matter what I try. It won’t let me past that screen. I even tried to change up the XML file, Hard reboot, Disconnecting the PC internet, Ect. No go.
Edit: After researching this. I found that I'm not the only one. Seems maybe they have patched the updated version of CMA. Bummer. Have to wait for new release.
@ Yuki, A little to late for me. I have already updated mine to 1.61. I also already have the version you have posted below. I tried all I could do with that one also. To get the free Motorstorm RC game, I upgraded to(1.61) the latest. I will be staying on that version till the day the PsVita gets rooted and or the CMA get's backwards engineered with one that's not loaded with Sony spyware.
Looking forward to seeing how you was able to get around CMA downloading "PsVita Firmware" directly from Sony to the PsVita.
I've found that you need to be on FW 1.50 or higher to use CMA at all. If you already are and still aren't having any luck, uninstall CMA, download version 1.00.3573.384 (4shared folder - 1.00.3573.384) and disconnect from the internet to install and patch it with OpenCMA.
Originally Posted by Quakes69
Edit: If you are willing to update but don't want to go all the way to 1.61 watch out for my guide on how to update to a specific version, I'll be posting it today or tomorrow in the Vita General forum.
I will be watching for your guide @Yuki :D