1. Egnos87

    OP Egnos87 Newbie
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    I was downgrade my PS Vita 1004 from fw 3.73 to 3.60, thought things were going along nicely but when it comes to the update after putting the update 3.60 into the Modoru folder and then launching hencore then modoru and choosing 3.60 it goes to update screen and the PS Vita reboot.
    When switch on i saw a green screen and saying it cant update keep getting an error C1-6562-9 and if I turn it off and turn it back on but i had the same green screen and the same fails.
    After some power on and power off now i have black screen and LED PS blue.

    How do i solve?

    Please help me ... thanks!
     
  2. Deleted User

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    i just checked the error code and found someone saying you used a wrong modoru version

    that user said you need to force an update using qcma
    (change custom version to 3.60 in qcma)
    he fixed it using the latest vita update install file
    moving it into the corresponding qcma folder (Updates)
    starting the vita holding power + ps symbol + R (safemode)
    select option 5 ("Update using PC")

    dont know if it will work - thats just what i found using google
     
  3. Egnos87

    OP Egnos87 Newbie
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    Hi guys!
    Probably the cause of the brick was an incorrect version Modoru. After a few hours of fear the PS Vita came back to life and I also gave the downgrade to 3.60 without problems!

    I follow this guide for unbriking the PS Vita: samilops2.gitbook.io in te section bootloop.

    and this one for the downgrade: vita.hacks.guide

    I hope with my misadventure to have been useful to the community!

    Thanks.
     
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