finalHE not detecting vita?

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    I am using a wired connection, I followed this guide: I am in the content manager connected but it's not seeing my vita?
     
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    Why you following video guide, it tends to be outdated and missing info.
     
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    I don't know dude this was released on August 18th, I was following this: https://vita.hacks.guide/installing-h-encore but I prefer watching video guides, is they're something wrong?
     
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    Video guide sometime would have missing step, that why it is not recommend, that you should just follow the vita.hacks.guide instead.
     
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    Can you just help me please the video guide is the exact same as the written guide but for whatever reason it's not showing up even though i'm connected. Actually it could be my USB port i'm gonna try another one first.
     
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    Where you up in the video?
     
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    Now I can't even connect to the app manager via USB which it was working before...


    Isn't they're a way I can just move the needed files manually?
     
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    Not if you aren't on CFW yet.
     
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    Yeah it's pretty much set up now only thing is how do I get backups to work? https://gyazo.com/b6a0d9c1f9da5cb6d3da28016af01524 I downloaded these two files from the video guide but the guy is using FTP which I don't need because I just use USB, where do I move these files so I can utilize them? also how do I get PSP backups to work and emulators?
     
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    So you have H-encore set up ? What firmware you are on?
     
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    3.68 I just decided to use FTP to make it easier on myself i'm currently on 28:17 on the video I linked.
     
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    Just continue with the video guide, as for backup you can download the using pkgi/Pkgj or use nopaystation.

    As for psp games you need to set up Adrenaline.
     
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    Ok got it, theres a guide here just follow that then? https://github.com/TheOfficialFloW/Adrenaline

    Also how well does the vita emulate NES/snes/N64 games and PS1 games? what do you need to emulate PS1?
     
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    For these I think you can try retroarch
     
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