CEF Question

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Leykis, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. Leykis
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    So I have a Vita w/ 3.01 and I installed TN-V8 on it using numblast. Everything works great so far. My question is, everytime I load into the CEF it prompts me to setup the PSP like its a new psp or freshly formatted one. I have to set date, time, name, etc.. I understand this is only an emulator and that's probably the reason it isn't retaining my settings but is there a way to bypass this so I'm not having to configure the system everytime I load into it through numblast?
     
  2. Arizato

    Arizato Memento Mori

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    That's weird. It should remember your settings even though you exit TN-V. Have you tried going to the recovery menu and then back to TN-V after making the time/date/name configuration?
     
  3. Crisp Cookie

    Crisp Cookie GBAtemp Regular

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    Did you install the 6.60 files?

    Install 6.60 files.png
     
  4. Leykis
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    Yes, I installed the 6.60 files.

    Maybe it's not retaining the settings because of the way I'm closing out of the CEF? After starting up the CEF, going through the initial setup and then playing a PSP game, I'll close out of it by pressing the PS button on the Vita. Is there another way I should be exiting out of the CEF that I'm not aware of?
     
  5. Crisp Cookie

    Crisp Cookie GBAtemp Regular

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    close out of it by pressing the PS button on the Vita can't be a problem (I use numblast too)
    The only thing I can say is check if you install everything correct and that you put the 2 psp saves on your vita.