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Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by bananapi761, Jul 29, 2017.
What the title says. I'm just wondering how stable it is before installing it myself.
Told me os0 was modified, after rebuilding the database, it worked without a hitch.
Yea just installed it a couple minutes ago. It works.
Perfect for me.
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.
Yes.. without any problems.
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!
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
Installed it this morning with my SD2vita adapter. Working okay so far
I ran it on my PSTV and it works just fine!
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.
If you refuse to read instructions, you don't deserve to install it.
Yes, working for me
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.
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).
Does it show the enso logo on boot up?
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
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.
This right here. I was pressing O the whole time. Someone please call me an idiot I deserve it lol
lol your not an idiot
i do the same kind of thing with mai dump tool