Henkaku settings

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by malkaman, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. malkaman
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    I am having a problem enabling "unsafe homebrew" - whenever I enter molecular shell, I am taken straight to vitashell and when I press start I am presented with a toolbox - only option being system information.

    I can't seem to find the Henkaku settings.

    Am I doing something incorrectly?

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    Nvm, I needed to update henkaku
     
    Last edited by malkaman, Dec 13, 2016
  2. Sonic Angel Knight

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    Yes, always use latest update of vitashell. :P

    It is supposed to update if there is one, but it hasn't been working fo some reason.
     
  3. SomecallmeBerto

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    How do you update it?
     
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    molecularShell is kept updated by just running the online HENkaku exploit.

    For VitaShell, it will either detect there is a new version by itself (if you're connected to the internet), or if it doesn't and you know there's a new version out, grab it from here.
     
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  5. SomecallmeBerto

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    Thank you kindly.
     
  6. Sonic Angel Knight

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    Just run henkaku or taihen again. I prefer you delete molecule before running it to be sure, it should always install the latest version. If you want to use it with vitashell instead, i usually just copy the eboot.bim file from molecule to vitashell.

    ux0:app/MLCL00001/eboot.bin

    Copy the file to

    ux0:app/VITASHELL/eboot.bin

    Overwrite the existing one.

    Just load vitashell again. Make sure you enable unsafe homebrew from pause menu in MOLECULESHELL first so that vita shell can access other storage partitions of the system.

    The fact is, vitashell should auto detect if update is available and download it, but it hasn't since 1.41 for some reason, i had to manual update both. :unsure:

    At time of writing it should be 1.43 for pause menu to display settings like unsafe homebrew, psn spoofing, etc.