Hacking Hencore for 3.71?

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Could this Tweet mean a hack for the Vita 3.71 firmware? H-Encore was his hack for Vitas on 3.65. After that he released Trinity for 3.70.

If anyone can do it, it's The Flow

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Perfect I just got a new vita stuck on 3.71.

Theflow is always cryptic hopefully more news to come out soon.
 

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