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Discussion in 'PS Vita - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Haider Raza, Oct 10, 2016.
So when will psvita memory adabter release? Any NEWS?
Only W-I-P/Concept information, so, no.
Hey where can I get this adapter?
Here you go. That video is just a USB to Vita charging adapter.
not this I want that small adapter I couldn't find anywhere.
You couldn't find it because it doesn't exist. Also, no one knows the release date of any potential adapter.
that's just another styble USB adapter for the 1001 series Vita. The more common one is an adapter for the usb side of the stock sony cable it's main purpose is to make it so the Vita can charge from any USB source instead of requiring the Sony power brick or Sony battery charging pack. Usually advertised under the "Pisen" name on Ebay or Amazon if it's branded at all.
I can understand the desire for compactness sake. But as far as I can tell that's a one-off and the only thing being mass produced is standard cables.
I suspect any Vita to MicroSD adapter would cost more then buying the actual Vita memory.
And here I thought someone would be able to post an awesome link to an adapter...but alas it was not to be.
PS Vita card: 15.0 x 12.5 x 1.6mm
Micro SD card: 15.0 x 11.0 x 1.0mm
an adapter would need to fit some pretty complex DRM circumvention circuitry inside the 1.5mm of width and 0.6mm of thickness you have to work with. I just don't think it's feasible, and if it is it would be a very expensive solution that's not even worth the money to R&D.
If cobra blackfin could load ROMs from a microsd via the game cart slot, perhaps its possible to use something similar under hen. At least that would remove the physical size limitation of trying to fit an adaptor into the vita mem card slot.
thats the sort of thing I'd love to see. Would be even nicer if someone could figure out a way to do it w/o henkaku. You format & put a loader program & games/emulators/music/movies/homebrew on the SD card with your pc then put it into the adapter & into the vita. The vita thinks it's a legit cart & you get a bubble that points to the loader on the sd & the loader does all the work of redirecting information to the subfolders for the emulators, games, etc.
No why? Just curious.
That doesn't work that way.
In order to run unsigned code, you NEED HENkaku.
There's no way around it.
For now, but it can't stay that way forever. We're talking 1 crack into 1 particular firmware. What if Sony gets serious about locking 3.60 out of the PSN or PS3 transfers to 3.60? If everyone is depending on just 1 means of access & Sony does ANYTHING, everyone is screwed.
Still doesn't work that way.
You cannot run unsigned code on a unhacked console, period.
Vita side was hacked before in 3.52 with PSM dev.
If you've read what Yifan has wrote about the security, it can be a really long time before another hack is discovered.
And no, no one is "screwed"
If you want homebrew, get a spare 3.60 Vita and keep on on that.
Nobody is forcing you to update.
I wish they would release a 128GB card. 64GB just isn't enough. It would probably cost more than the Vita itself, but still..
I said without henkaku, didn't say w/ unhacked device. I've followed a bit of Yifan's comments & how he didn't just drop everything at once so folk could come to appreciate just how good the Vita security is. A better understanding of how it all works is what it takes to open up new avenues. It can't just come to a stop here & everyone be satisfied as it's "good enough".
I think he's suggesting a solution like a DS flash cart.... where the cart somehow reads as signed, and passes it's os/shell/whatever as the "signed game" and allows you to run backups
said flash cart would have a microSD slot, like the DS equivalent
that being said, it'd just be much easier if someone was able to just build vita style memory for cheap, heh (probably less likely too)