Hacking Need help with pstv

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I bought a brand new PlayStation tv yesterday and wanted to hack it to play any game just wondering where do I start?
Ps. Have not even taken it out of the box
 
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You'll need to start rigging it up to your TV and checking its firmware version. That will determine your options for hacking, as the tricks you can do will really vary depending on your PSTV's said firmware.

3.60 is the firmware for playing pirated PS Vita games, whereas 3.55 or lower is required if you want to play PSP/PS1 games.
 
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First update it to 3.6(google the update files)

Secondly install henkaku and then install your games.

(And if you want to run blacklist blocker or whatever it's called so you can play any game.)

Be sure to check the guides in the sticky topics!
 
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The system is version 3.20
You will want to manually update to 3.60 then.
The easiest way to do this on a PSTV is to place the 3.60 update file onto USB storage media (place it at PSVITA/UPDATE/PSVUPDAT.PUP) and after that, shut down your PSTV, then boot into safe mode by holding down the power button for at least 10 seconds (or until safe mode appears on-screen).

You should see an option to update the system software. Select that option, and then select "update using storage media". Insert your USB storage into the USB slot in the PSTV, and the 3.60 firmware should hopefully be detected and copied over to the internal storage ready to be used.
 

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You will want to manually update to 3.60 then.
The easiest way to do this on a PSTV is to place the 3.60 update file onto USB storage media (place it at PSVITA/UPDATE/PSVUPDAT.PUP) and after that, shut down your PSTV, then boot into safe mode by holding down the power button for at least 10 seconds (or until safe mode appears on-screen).

You should see an option to update the system software. Select that option, and then select "update using storage media". Insert your USB storage into the USB slot in the PSTV, and the 3.60 firmware should hopefully be detected and copied over to the internal storage ready to be used.
Where is a safe place to download that update file?
 
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3.20 is the best firmware for playing any pspand ps1 iso's id stay on it personally ;p
 

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