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Article: Don't Despair VHBL Running On Vita Firmware 2.06
Article: Don't Despair VHBL Running On Vita Firmware 2.06 –
i know this isnt exactly on topic but is 6.60 the last update the psp will get now there focusing on the ps4 and vita?
Probably. Baring any system critical bug that is found.
Originally Posted by RazorX
On topic, one hand I want to update to 2.06 so I can sync my Trophies but on the other, I want to be able to play PSP ISO and Homebrew.
I don't know what the point of the Vita is... There are maybe 5 good games, Sony is a nightmare and pretty much makes you promise you will never sue them in your life if you accept their terms of service, circa September 15th, 2011. The way the system is locked down is garbage for the end user, and it's over-priced. The technology is innovative, and clever, that's about the one thing PSVita has going for it, everything else has been a complete & total disaster.
Originally Posted by ccfman2004
I know I certainly won't own one until I can either run kernel level homebrew, not just emulator level, or the price falls ridiculously low.
I got a 3G Vita, 16GB memory card AND a 2 year product replacement plan for less than $300 after tax.
Originally Posted by Thecourier
Also The current Uno exploit IS a Kernel level exploit in the PSP emulator. Otherwise you couldn't run ISOs.
I have 2 gripes with the Vita: 1, Have to use CMA to install ANYTHING on to the Vita. 2, overpriced proprietary memory cards.
Since I have PS+, I get a bunch a free Vita games which can easily be installed on 2.02.