Hacking Downloaded Update 3.67.. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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Hey...
My Vita (3.60) told me, it has downloaded the new System-Software 3.67 and asked me to install it.. I pressed "no" ... but the Updatefile was just downloaded.. I turned Airplane-mode on and charged the vita.

Now Im extremely scared it will update after I restart the system /format my sdcard or something...
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me to find and delete the downloaded update-file before something terrible happens... I love My 3.60 vita .. I dont want to lose it... (the notification disappeared.. so there is no "delete button" to find ..)

I need to make absolutely sure that it won't force the update...
 
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Just cancel the update from the Notifications options.
To prevent it to download again, in Settings disable the "Download Update File for System Software" in Auto-Start Settings.
 
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How did the update download? I'm assuming OP is using henkaku enso and i thought henkaku enso blocked firmware updates from downloading.
 

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How did the update download? I'm assuming OP is using henkaku enso and i thought henkaku enso blocked firmware updates from downloading.

Yep but just henkaku (No enso) ... the vita just auto-downloaded it in standby mode, because I forgot to uncheck the "autodownload box" :(

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Just doing the above will work.

But if you're paranoid, the file is apparently stored in ud0:PSP2UPDATE and in ux0:bgdl/t.

Thanks! But there are just 2 Fies in psp2update : updatemode_result.dat 4b and updater.log 0b - both files from 07.31.2017
Bgdl/t. Is empty
(Should i completely delete those folders?)

Just cancel the update from the Notifications options.
To prevent it to download again, in Settings disable the "Download Update File for System Software" in Auto-Start Settings.

I read sth like this before.. people said, there is a "delete option" in the notification.. but the notifiation just disappeared after I pressed "not install" .. so I think it just stopped the Installation but the file should still be there.. or am I wrong?
 
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I get this update all the time for years now as my vita still is with HENkaku (waiting for my SD2Vita and a good micro SD before I update to Enso).
I just delete the notification, turn the internet off and it will not bug me as long as i'm offline.
I think it will be fine updating to Enso.

No need to be Paranoid I think.
 
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Thank you! Im a little more relaxed now.. do you think I should clear the psp2update folder just to be sure? Or does henkaku need the files for some reason?

Why do you wait with enso-installation? I got a sd2vita too here, but no big sdcard. (Wanted to try it next year) Will it change something if I install enso now and even want to use sd2vita someday ?
 

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With enso, you don't nees airplane mode
And I can play online
yeah you can but it could backfire ... one day and get you ass banned pal ... i dont care about online play with my Vita ,,,, i have a ps4 pro for that .... and a switch ... if need be .. Good Luck !~!
 
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