Trouble updating to 3.60

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by tangerines, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. tangerines
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    I have downloaded Qcma (not sure which driver to select - I am on Win 10 64bit), did all the steps. When I plug in the Vita (PCH-2016) it just says could not connect to the device and I can hear that the USB sound keeps connecting and disconnecting....

    What do I do?
     
  2. satan89

    satan89 GBAtemp Fan

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    I've had the exact same issue with QCMA on win10. It works fine on win7. Try to install the libusbdriver 'k' in QCMA options, it may help (didn't help for me' also, the official CMA didn't work either.

    If you have a PC on Win7, that would be the easiest way to update.
     
  3. Tony_93

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    Turn off wifi > enable airplane mode > reboot vita > try to connect.
     
  4. Kerbangman

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    Try right clicking the install exe and select run as administrator.
     
  5. tangerines
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    Awesome, I managed to get it in the end. It took a lot of tries. Seems like Win10 doesn't want to play nice. Thanks so much guys :)
     
  6. Joe88

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    win 7 does it too, its just the shitty driver they used to interface with the vita over usb