I just got a PsTV what now?

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by t_jay17, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. t_jay17
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    I just got a pstv on firmware 3.51. What different hacks are a available for it? Can anyone point me to a tutorial as to what I need to do now?
     
  2. RazorX2014

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    watch this is will give you an idea of what to do



    its for the psvita but its the same method if you have any questions let me know and as for the base game go for a psp demo like Pet Saddle Club Demo if you have access to the us ps store
     
  3. Pacheko17

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    I'm about to buy one too. Thanks RazorX
     
  4. RazorX2014

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    np
     
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    Sad to say, you can barely do a thing. Nearly every single exploit out there is unusable because of the way Sony designed the darn thing to use the internet as it's only form of connection. All the hacks that involve PSP hacking cannot be done because QCMA/OpenCMA have to transfer everything over your home network, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. The same reason is why Rejuvenate cannot currently be installed on a Vita TV. And, no one has found a good replacement for the Vita Update Blocker.

    However, you can do some of the email exploits, like the whitelist patch, but that's it. So, unless you're willing to wait who knows how long for someone to find an way around Sony's reworked servers, I'd say update. While you won't be able to use Rejuvenate or the email exploit for the foreseeable future, you'll be able to at least hack it.
     
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  6. RazorX2014

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    i dont get what your trying to say, i transfer my content using Qcma over usb
     
  7. Transdude1996

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    That's with a regular Vita, a Vita TV doesn't have any ports to allow USB transfer, everything is transferred to it via the internet.

    Also, I want to back track on my original statement, because you can use the email exploit post-updating to 3.55, but you can't install any new updates. Here is what they posted over on Wololo:

    http://wololo.net/2015/09/30/playst...w-available-does-it-patch-the-fail-mail-flaw/

    So do what you can with the email exploit and then update it, if you plan to.
     
  8. RazorX2014

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    i have a pstv on 3.52 and have onemenu v2 and tn-v on it, ive also unlocked the ps3 remote play and un-blacklisted all the games and can install custom bubbles via email exploit aswell as still being able to download content from the ps store what more is there you would want to do lol but i also have a vita on 3.55 with onemenu v2 and tn-v and im happy with that.
     
  9. yeshuachrist

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    I could not get qcma to work on my ps-tv to transfer the save folder of the hack, so I've used Sony's Official Content Manager, after that, qcma seems to work fine to transfer files back and forth from pc.

    Managed to find the best settings for viewing the ps-tv, no back light on tv, with low bright and contrast settings and "sharp" turned down to Zero.

    Also figured out how to crash, Onemenu v2 or TNV, by bouncing back and forth between the applications, opening and closing games. TNV seems more stable, not to mention I always wanted the original psp on the tv without having to use that "remote joy" to display on TV on a phat psp, and that took a performance hit. PS-TV is the best, as a multi system emulator, and XBOX1 is second best, ps2 is third, and PC emulation is forth, and wii is fifth. :lol:
     
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  10. RazorX2014

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    cool glad you got it all sorted
     
  11. danyboy666

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    I've tried several PSP demos as base for installing ark but it seem they were disabled with the 3.55 update. Even the official playable one like Socom Bravo 3. Maybe it's just me. Can somebody confirm this?

    edit: Just to be clear I've use the 3.55 Mimana Iyar Chronicle save exploit to install TN-V11 first i just need another base game to install ark.

    nevermind i've just found a transferable demo.
     
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