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PSvita – GPU usage in homebrew

Homebrew will be able to access the GPU thus we can expect to see ports of beefier software someday. Hardware acceleration could bring the Vita various emulators (such as the N64 and maybe Dreamcast) and more demanding homebrew ports/titles. libGXM is quite a complex API according to ‘Xerpi’ so it’s important that everyone does their […]

VitaShell updated to 1.51 – pro...

Developer TheFlow delivered on his promise, with an update to VitaShell that now gives PS Vita HENkaku users USB Mass storage access. In other words, you can now copy files to and from your PS Vita directly from your system’s built in features rather than using QCMA, Sony’s official CMA, or an FTP connection. Under […]

N64 emulator for the Vita in developm...

Retroarch (libretro) have started working on an N64 emulator for the PSVita. It’s still in very early stages and it uses software rendering but who knows, maybe it’ll have some degree of compatibility with less demanding titles. Performance, according to the folks at RetroArch isn’t optimal and that’s to be expected. We can only wait and […]

Claims of a 4.07 PS4 hardware hack su...

Recently there was pictures posted of what is supposed to be a PS4 hardware hack on firmware 4.07. Check out the pictures below. In reality these pictures look like someone wanted to troll the PS4 scene and thought it would be funny to use the following items in one picture. Sata cable USB to SATA […]

Vulkan on PS4: Hacker Marcan “g...

Hacker Marcan of team Fail0verflow has been working on Linux for PS4 for more than a year, and demonstrated it running on firmware 4.05 along with 3D acceleration, in December during the 33C3 convention in Germany.  He recently twitted that he is getting close on getting Vulkan to work on the PS4. What is Vulkan? […]

You Can Legally Hack Everything You O...

Prior to 10/31/2016 you risked a lawsuit every time you reverse-engineered your device’s software guts to dig up their security vulnerabilities – Today it is LEGAL! A new exemption to the decades-old law known as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act quietly kicked in, carving out protections for Americans to hack their own devices without fear […]

Mathieulh recommends to buy a 3.70 Pr...

Famous PS3 Hacker Mathieulh recently recommended on Twitter to buy a PS4 Pro while those are still on firmware 3.70 and to not update it. When asked for more details, he said “Anything lower than 4.06 is fine”. This statement confirms what has been revealed a few weeks ago: the PS4 Jailbreak revealed for firmware […]

Tutorial: PSvita/PS-TV How to Manuall...

This video will show you how to update your pre 3.60 PSvita or PS TV to firmware 3.60 where you can use henkaku and all of the homebrew it enables. Discuss this on our forums PREREQUISITES QCMA ITEMS USED IN THE VIDEO PSvita PS TV USB flash drive DOWNLOADS SUPPORT US Enjoyed the video or […]

Tutorial: PSvita – QCMA Setup f...

  This video will show you how to setup QCMA the open source psvita file transfer tool with your windows based computer so you can transfer PSP games, create backups of your system etc. KNOWN ISSUES Users have reported a connecting / disconnecting issue with QCMA, this issue is addressed in this video as well. […]

PkgDecrypt: Decypts PSvita PKG Files

Developer St4rkDev just released PkgDecrypt for the PS Vita, a tool that lets you decrypt Vita .pkg files. St4rkDev has figured out some of the decryption keys used on the PSVita and is now able to use them outside of the device. This won’t change much for now. Decrypting packages doesn’t mean you can magically […]