Hacking want to use vhbl but don't have PSP game or demo

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Hello I want to install homebrew on 3.60 I already installed henkaku but I see you need a PSP game or demo, but I was wondering if I can use a psx game instead? I can't access the playstation store, so what do I do? Or jut give up and update?
 

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As as i know you could access the store on 3.60 a few days ago, unless they blocked the proxy as well now.

Look for the following depending on region:

Midnight carnival demo for US

Ape Escape for EU

Psx games wont work but you can use a legit ps3 to do the PSP game install, if you look for the guide on here.
 
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Hi, here is what i did to get the demo with a ps vita 3.51 (can't access with the vita update blocker anymore), i updated my cfw ps3 to latest rebugg version, downloaded the demo, after that if i tried to transfer the demo to the psvita connected via usb i had a "you need the latest firmware" crap for the vita so what i did is i used this tutorial and worked :) http://goo.gl/HZ9uQS <--- link wasnt when i checked so i posted again but without a direct link (if mods don't like to direct link) if that is the case just google this: qCMA ps3 to ps vita and the first link is the one :P
 
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