VitaOrganizer v0.5.1 is OUT!

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    This is why you should not use it. i tried installing games which didtn work via this thing.
     
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    Many games worked well. Broken age gives a error, maybe bad vkp. And ninja gaiden sigma 2 dont recognized for install
     
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    I use this all time and works fine. Only two games don't install and have error. But hen I use VitaShell and install fine.
    FOr me is the best app for installing vpk on vita :-D
     
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    I got java exception for quite a few games with Vita Organizer. Switched to C#-based FTP PSVita VPK Installer (https://github.com/Llop1s/FTP-PSVita-VPK-Installer) a few days ago. Haven't seen one single error yet after installing 15~20 games, a third of which are games larger than 3GB. Although, it takes a little bit longer for FTP PSVita VPK Installer to open large VPK files. It starts decompressing VPK right after you click open file. I suppose Vita Organizer still has the advantage of cross-platform support and being able to convert unsafe VPKs.
     
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    Can i used this offline? I not have wifi so i can't ftp
     
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    VitaOrganizer v0.5.2 is OUT!
     
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    If you don't have access to a network access point, then you will have to go the cable method with VPKs and install via VitaShell. (Using QCMA+Savedata transferral method)

    Alternatively, if you have an Android device, you can turn it into a portable hotspot to act as a network access point for FTP.
     
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    iya i used qcma for vpk game by make it mp4 and copy but can you tell me how to copy dlc and update to ux0:app offline
     
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    Does this also install directly so it doesn't take up double space?
     
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    Yes. Its sole function is to install VPK without using double space. It's not a game/homebrew manager like vita organizer. So you can only pick one VPK each time.
     
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    Awesome thanks a lot! I will use if I get an error for any game!
     
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    Stupid question, but how do you know the vpk is being transferred over?

    When I click to send the vpk to the Vita, there's no real indication that it's actually doing anything. I know it should take a while to install, but I'm in the dark on whether or not the vpk is actually being installed.
     
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    Know this is super late but at the bottom where it said it may take a while it should say "Uploading VPK for Promoting" and it's current status. there's no exact percentage but, at least it lets you do the math. :D
     
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    Implement game update instal. Thanks
     
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    this is a very convenient program especially for ID's .

    but i would like to know what the permissions mean , the 'safe' and 'unsafe' ?

    i use some converter (vpktool) that converts the game for ftp and in it i can tick the option that says 'mark as safe' what is this all about, thanks.
     
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    Sorry to bump the thread so late. I'm currently stuck at "Uploading VPK for promoting" and it says 576 KB/33.1 MB (1.9 MB/s)" and it's been this way for...about 10 minutes now. The file I'm trying to transfer/test is about 2 GB. is it just taking awhile?
     
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    I forgot
    It is that slow, this is because it's using FTP to transfer files and the wifi chipset on the Vita isn't exactly the best (not taking your router/PC speed into account).

    Not to mention VitaOrganizer is now outdated. VitaShell offers native USB support now which is much, much faster than wifi, so if you have a USB cable for the Vita I suggest you just setup VitaShell and use that to transfer extracted VPKs that can be installed without VitaShell.