Psvita help

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by legend_zelda, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. legend_zelda

    legend_zelda Member

    Feb 25, 2010
    United States
    hi everybody please help me i have psvita firmware 2.01 and i want to play psx and psp iso how could i do it i have no idea about hacking psvita sorry for my english
  2. michael18

    michael18 GBAtemp Regular

    Nov 29, 2011
    me too i intresting in that but i totally dont undrstand what to do.Also if we able to do something like that we can use online service?
  3. Ryupower

    Ryupower Brood

    Oct 8, 2007
    United States
    BUY THEM off the psn

    or wait for the eCFW exploit then BUY the needed game off the PSN ,ASAP

    PSX support is very buggy and there is NO sound with eCFW
  4. Xarsah16

    Xarsah16 GBATemp's Official Village Dingus/Idiot

    Oct 6, 2007
    I actually recommend going a different route for now, which is to buy an old PSP (classic should be cheaper than the go, 3000 models are great) and putting a large memory stick duo inside the system that isn't too high capacity. I've had great compatibility with the 8gb Sandisk memory stick duo. I've only had to buy games from PSN that are multiple disk, but there is a way to get those kinds of ROMs to work, and it requires knowing what you're doing. I've had no slowdown at all on the 3000 model, and no issues with loading eboots converted from the bin/cue or image files. At least you'll always know that the PSP will work with the CFW if you don't alter it after you install it, and with owning a Vita, you still have access to the PSN if that's at the latest firmware.

    Or, of course, as mentioned, you could just wait for our amazing scene to come out with more compatible eCFW and not updating your system anymore.
  5. driverdis

    driverdis I am Justice

    Sep 21, 2011
    United States
    I agree, A old PSP is the way to go for now. I recommend a older PSP2000 since it can be unbricked via Pandora and can run Custom IPL's so you can Install CFW 6.60 on it Permanently, all while enjoying the added benefit homebrew wise of it having 64MB ram while the PSP1000 and PS Vita PSP Emulator only has 32MB. I have a older PSP 2000 that is the first one that cannot write battery eeprom but can run custom IPL's and unbricked via Pandora if needed. I absolutely love it and its cheap to add more storage space with a PhotoFast and 2 16 or 32GB MicroSD cards vs 100$ for sony's 32GB Vita stick.
    Xarsah16 likes this.
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