is there a way to install psp iso on the vita ?????

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  1. AlucardlxXx
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    AlucardlxXx Newbie

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    hello
    i want someone to help i want to buy a PS vita but it will be my first PS so in my country the games price are about 250-300 so i will not buy alot so i want to know if there a way to install iso i searched and a found a way with uno but in the comments say that it not working any more so if any one know plz tell me:mellow:
     
  2. Ryupower

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    you MUST have the right FW and have bought and installed the right game on the vita
    to be able to run a eCFW

    you need the newest FW to be able to use the PSN store form the vita and all know exploits for eCFW are blocked

    there is a vhbl (FOR USER MODE PSP HOMEBREW), in the works but no ETA

    it just better to buy a PSP for PSP homebrew and backups (and homemade ps1 eboots)
     
  3. YayMii

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    You're better off just buying a PSP if you're only going to download/play PSP games. PSP memory cards are a lot cheaper than PSV memory cards, and PSV exploits are still in their early days so you can't really expect much from them.
     
  4. Enchilada

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    You can't play psp iso games at the moment, you need to wait for an exploit as Ryupower said, and the Vita's barely hacked so it's pretty limited for this kind of stuff.

    Just buy a normal PSP, I would recommand you one from the 2000 series but a 1000 one is good too.
     
  5. Foxi4

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    I disagree. Avoid the 1000 series like the plague - they're heavy, the buttons are clunky, the handheld is thick and bulky, the screen is horrid and the battery life is non-existant.

    Instead opt for either an early PSP-2000 (pre-8B Data Code) or if you can't find one like that, just get a PSP-3000 or a PSP Go. Do not buy the PSP-E1000 either - it doesn't have WiFi and offers only mono sound, plus the build quality is terrible.

    All PSP's are hackable at this point, the benefit of the early PSP-2000 is that it's Pandora-Capable so it allows for more recovery options in the unlikely event of a brick.
     
  6. G36cBossMan

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    If you don't already have it you never will even the new exploit that is gonna get realesed soon over at wololo.net wont work I think you need a kernel exploit which is really hard to find... I'm starting to look for one used that Is already capable but I have had no luck... Saw one in eBay for $500 the next day it was gone
     
  7. Enchilada

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    Read my post again carefully, I didn't said something like "Buy a 1000, it's the best one ever!". I recommanded a PSP from the 2000 series but I also said that a 1000 does his job too. I own one, and it's not that bad.
     
  8. Foxi4

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    Myeh. Honestly, the benefits of the Go or the 3000 outweigh those of the 1000 series PSP to me. 64MB RAM can be pretty useful in applications that use so-called High Memory such as the improved web browser or Go!Tube.

    EDIT: Also no Skype.
     
  9. Enchilada

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    Meh, I only use it for playing games.
     
  10. Foxi4

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    Pretty sure that some emulators use the additional RAM of the later models instead of caching ROM's, so there are some gaming-related benefits too. :P
     
  11. Enchilada

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    I've played GBA, GBC, and SNES without problems.
     
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  13. Darkipod

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    I think the n64 emu takes advantage of the ram or some other part of the 2k series. Its called deadlus64 or something.