Filezilla not working with taihenkaku beta?

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by W0rm_, Nov 18, 2016.

  1. W0rm_
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    So in a nutshell, I was stupid enough to delete vitashell and it's updater bubble because I couldn't get vitashell to update. I downloaded a vpk for the newest version and loaded up molecularshell 1.42. I press select to start the ftp transfer and load up filezilla. Everything looks fine, I can see all my stuff there but when I try copying vitashell to my vita it wouldn't do it. I'd instead get:
    Error: Critical file transfer error after transferring 524,288 bytes in 1 second
    Status: Retrieving directory listing of "/ux0:"...
    Status: Directory listing of "/ux0:" successful
    I honestly don't know what to do, Is there anyway of completely removing henkaku from my system and doing a fresh install of it or maybe a fix to get ftp to work?
     
  2. Dothackjhe

    Dothackjhe GBAtemp Regular

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    I'm getting the same error just now and I'm on taiHENkaku R7 Beta.
     
  3. Count Duckula

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    Try copying the vitashell vpk into an existing directory, eg data, then installing from there.
    From the 'Status: Directory listing of "/ux0:" successful' part, it appears you're trying to transfer a file to the root of ux0: via molecularshell.

    I never had any problem with the transfer as I always copied into an existing folder with the new, safe molecularshell. Just tested and you get a 550 response writing to ux0: = permission denied.
    Even with unsafe homebrew enabled, molecularshell is still 'safe homebrew' so has limited access.
     
    Last edited by Count Duckula, Dec 4, 2016
  4. Gorre

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    Can't you just do the .mp4 transfer method? Or is vita qcma connection failure a rather common problem?
     
  5. Count Duckula

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    For me at least FTP is a lot easier and QCMA is only preferable if I need to transfer some very large files. It also doesn't require the vita to be activated.