On any lower firmware for the PS Vita, you can change the DNS to a custom setting, then click “software update” and it will automatically detect whether you are on a lower firmware setting than 3.60 and it will ask you to update to 3.60. The official release is currently up to 3.65. Henkaku allows the Vita to spoof to Sony that the device is on the higher firmware. My question is: How is it that they were able to setup this custom DNS to detect and update to an older firmware? Why can’t we do this for the Wii U? Someone could host the 5.5.1 firmware and mirror what the Vita scene did. It’s baffling that Nintendo would manage to have better security than Sony in this respect. It just seems ridiculous to have to search for a disc that has an update when the Vita scene created a super easy workaround.