Are you still trying to run VHBB? I meant to say use the online database instead of VHBB. It has all of the same homebrew: https://vitadb.rinnegatamante.it/#/
We have never had a good on-board homebrew browser for the vita.
The file can really be run from anywhere on the vita, but a good practice is to transfer the vpk to ux0 root, or the ux0:data folder. Once the file is transferred, just open the vpk using vitashell and it will install the software.
Many people have issues with VHBB, even the newer version. This is the most common error, we probably see it once a week over in our forum. Best bet is to use the online database and manually transfer files using Vitashell USB/FTP
You have it backwards: Often regulation is the cause of monopolies/trusts. This is precisely why companies lobby congress.
We always get a few of these "Hey look, the government performed their obligatory role in protecting the consumer" references in these discussions. While nice to see, I...
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