TN-V/Ark which one is closer to procfw.

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by masterz87, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. masterz87
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    As it says on the tin, which cfw iscloser to procfw stock? Because procfw now supports and hs supported for awhile zso compression which sacrifices a tiny bit of compression for load times that are nearly the same as uncompressed.
     
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    TN-V actually installs and loads a psp cfw, complete with XMB menu. Ark is a file loader that you can install custom menus on top of.

    No idea if either supports zso.
     
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    Yeah, TN-V basically is the better option because, as well as CEF, you can also load VSH plugins (Such as CWCheat for cheat support.)
     
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    A quick google search suggest that PRO CFW is the only one that currently supports lz4 compressed .iso files (.zso), and from what I understand the PRO team is who initially released ARK, so if you are 100% set on using .zso files then I would try ARK.

    But @Voxel Studios is right, TN-V is the better eCFW because xmb and vsh and plugins.