NoNpDrm games on ps vita

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Skaidus, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. Skaidus

    Skaidus GBAtemp Regular

    Dec 22, 2017
    Hi. I use NoNpDrm in order to play vita games.

    However, my official Sd of vita is lacking of space for more games, so I was wondering if there is any way of using my micro sd adaptor, which I use to store psp stuff, to sotre games there TOO.
  2. gnmmarechal

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    Jul 13, 2014
    If you mount your SD2Vita memory card as ux0, you can use it to store anything like a normal memory card.
  3. bobdamnit

    bobdamnit Think some kind of psychedelic experience!

    Jul 15, 2014
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    Don't want to hijack a thread, but it is relevant and the question was answered so why not.

    OLED 1k Vita non-3g. Updated to 3.65 Enso.

    I seem to be having an odd issue with this setup. I have my SD2Vita setup properly with the plugin in ur0:tai/ and the line in the config file for it. My SD2Vita loads as ux0.

    I also have my 8GB Vita card mounting as uma0. I have nothing on it, including plugins. The /tai/config.txt file is stock.

    Sometimes when I reboot, it doesn't load the SD2Vita plugin and won't load my SD2Vita card either. I just updated to 3.65 Enso. I formatted the SD2Vita card through the Vita, unlinked the card, and then reset it up after updating to 3.65. The Vita was formatted after removing Enso, pre-365 update. It is literally like a new Vita with no games and only MolecularShell, VitaShell, 365Updater, and the Enso.vpk. I gave up last night.

    My questions are these:

    1. Why is the plugin failing to load? It is setup to load first.
    2. Would it be better to just remove the Vita card altogether? I have never had it before. I only got it to update to 3.65. I used MLTHaku before this.
    3. Because NoNpDRM suggested installing to ux0, I did. Can I move this to ur0 instead? At least until I get my SD2Vita problems figured out.