Hardware Does Content Manager Assistant (CMA) still work correctly if you have HENkaku Ensō installed?

slyboogy27

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Simple question I'm just not sure if you're supposed to use CMA for the modded system. Was just making sure before I downloaded it and tried it and it updated me or something.
My main focus is to stream my iTunes library (or my library stored on my main PC) onto the VITA.
 

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With being able to use a SD2Vita, and install Backups with MaiDump, or Vitamin, you should not need it. But if you do, it still works for Transfers as long as you do not Connect it to the Internet
 

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@ScribblesReborn Will QCMA allow me to stream music wirelessly from my PC to my VITA? without fear of any kind of update?
Yes if you set QCMA to push firmware 0.00 (which is the default), in general you should not fear anything since there are no forced automatic updates, you're always asked for confirmation (and there's always the Henkaku DNS if you really need it)
 

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QCMA is the way to go, people should pretend that Sony's official CMA does not exist and that QCMA is the official app. There is no reason to ever use the official CMA since QCMA does everything including package manager support.
 
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