*UPDATED* Rejuvenate for Unity has been released, and PSM+ has been publically released. Everything required to run native homebrew on the Vita is now available! The guide has been updated. 1) Make sure your Vita is NOT connected to the internet. Disable wifi. 2) Install QCMA on your PC. 3) Set up an email account on your Vita. It can be anything, but Gmail accounts are extremely simple to set up. 4) Create an account on the Wololo forums using the same email address that is registered on your Vita, then follow this link. http://www.wololo.net/talk/piu.php Following the instructions, send an email to the address registered on your Vita. 5) Open the email using the Email application on your Vita. It should contain an image, which will automatically open the Package Installer when touching it. 6) You will now need two separate PSM for Unity packages. One is the base application, aht second is the 1.05 update that works on 3.18. The first can be found here http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=43214&p=391096&hilit=PSM+for+Unity#p391096 The second is the last file listed here (the second mega.co.nz link). http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Template:Media_Services:PSM_Development_Assistant_for_Unity Install then in THAT order. This is the base PSM for Unity application, and the 1.05 update designed for fw 3.18. 7) Put both of those files in C:\Users\[your username here]\PSV Packages, the right-click the QCMA icon in the system tray and click 'Refresh Database. 8) Connect your Vita to your PC using USB, then open the Package Manager from the email on the Vita and those files should appear on the list. Install them both in the correct order. You should then find PSM for Unity is now installed on your Vita home menu. 9) Open PSM for Unity to check it works. It will ask you to connect to the internet - say NO. It is not needed. PSM for Unity will say it is unlicenced - this is okay! 10) Follow this link to create a PSM+ account. http://wololo.net/talk/psmplus/ This allows you to have a PSM developer account despite the fact that Sony no longer provide them. I believe you need to regularly get an updated account, however. Make sure you get a Unity account, not a regular PSM account. 11) Follow the instructions here to install Rejuvenate http://wololo.net/2015/08/09/vita-r...ings-homebrew-to-the-masses-and-pstv-support/ You now have everything you need to install. PSM for Unity installed on your Vita so without having to update, so you get to keep cool stuff like TN-V and the TN-X PS1 loader - awesome.