Is Henkaku Enzo working for you?

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by bananapi761, Jul 29, 2017.

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Is Henkaku Enzo working for you?

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  2. No (console still working)

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  3. No (brick)

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  1. bananapi761
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    What the title says. I'm just wondering how stable it is before installing it myself.
     


  2. DinohScene

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    Told me os0 was modified, after rebuilding the database, it worked without a hitch.
     
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  3. TsUnDeReAznGuY

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    Yea just installed it a couple minutes ago. It works.
     
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  4. Thiago Souza

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    Perfect for me.
     
  5. mario-lucis-caelum

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    It doesn't work. On mine, after I installed the dumb thing (it even told me the installation was succesful) it boots to the non modified OFW after rebooting the system. I don't know what I'm doing wrong and I still need to use the browser to enable Henkaku.
     
  6. ATUGoM

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    Yes.. without any problems.
     
  7. leonmagnus99

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    worked beautifully for me, installed the enso vpk and just pressed X to install.
    so sweet that we finally are rid of the browser steps!
     
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  8. Tony_93

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    Once you launch the enso installer you press O once to "accept the terms" and thrn X to install... You may be pressing O to install which is incorrect... Seems to be happening a lot lol
     
  9. retrofan_k

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    Installed it this morning with my SD2vita adapter. Working okay so far:)
     
  10. CuriousTommy

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    I ran it on my PSTV and it works just fine!
     
  11. dkabot

    dkabot Better With Others' Systems Than Their Own

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    That is probably the exact thing they meant to do.
    If you're mashing a button to proceed you'll not make it through the menu.
     
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  12. yifan_lu

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    If you refuse to read instructions, you don't deserve to install it.
     
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  13. tommikinder

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    Yes, working for me :yay:
     
  14. dkabot

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    And this is about the reason I expected.
    People are very capable of not reading anything then complaining that nothing works; I'd certainly want to minimize that.

    Anyway, on the actual topic question, it worked fine in one shot, no warnings came up.
     
  15. OperationNT

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    The installation worked for me after a 3.60 firmware re-installation.

    However, I am surprised it considerered my "os0" partition as modified: I only touched "vs0" partition. Any idea?
    I bought my PS Vita in EU on day one so I had almost all updates from 1.00 (or a FW close to this) to 3.60. Could all cumulated updates cause this issue?

    Anyway, I was able to re-do all my "vs0" changes again after Enso installation without any problem (even after some reboots, no issue detected).
     
    Last edited by OperationNT, Jul 29, 2017
  16. dimmidice

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    Does it show the enso logo on boot up?
     
  17. Eix

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    i installed it on 3 vitas so far and no problems
    if you get a brick use safe mode to fix it
    if you get a boot loop hold L and reinstall
     
  18. dkabot

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    IIRC the Vita installs updated by basically wiping all the system stuff (short of personal information) and replacing it with new stuff.
    In the case of os0 I want to say it has two copies and alternates between them to prevent a failed update bricking (though it'd still brick if you touched it).

    I remember I sacrificed a PSTV by removing everything in one of the system partitions (not os0 though) and reinstalling the PUP back on top made it work normally again.
    Edit: The partition in question was vs0. Enough to make a normal boot fail, but not enough to break recovery mode to reinstall. Don't try that at home.
     
    Last edited by dkabot, Jul 29, 2017
  19. mario-lucis-caelum

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    This right here. I was pressing O the whole time. Someone please call me an idiot I deserve it lol
     
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  20. Eix

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    lol your not an idiot
    i do the same kind of thing with mai dump tool