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Should I update to the current psp vita hack? 3.6

Postby deltax5 » Sat May 26, 2018 1:57 am

got a psp vita just recently. it's been already hacked on 3.6 . 10 with HENkaku on it. he said he had it for a long time with the hack. it's the one that installs throu email but you gotta do HENkaku every time. i havn't touched it yet. SHould I uninstall HENkaku and install the newer Hack on it or am I good with the one I have and just install the enso like I saw from a youtuber so it's perm. There another version out by know?
I hope 128gb card i have spare will be enough for my needs. I mainly bought it knowing the psp vita first models are better cause the screen is better quality being oled and was exited that it was already hacked knowing that a updated firmware would be hard to hack at this current date. was going to get a psp vita and wait it out.
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Re: Should I update to the current psp vita hack? 3.6

Postby TheTechDoc » Sat May 26, 2018 5:23 am

Just install Henkaku Enso (the permanent hack for 3.60) there is no benefit for the average user to upgrade to the 3.65 henkaku and if you happen to stuff up, youll lose the hack forever,

any game that needs firmware beyond 3.60 has been dumped and modified to run on 3,60 now anyway so its just a plain bad idea,


so in short, download the henkaku enso installer from the official website, run the hack through email like normal, then install the enso.vpk through vitashell, run it and follow the steps.
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Re: Should I update to the current psp vita hack? 3.6

Postby Thelonewolf » Sat May 26, 2018 11:45 am

Stay on 3.60 henkaku and wait for "The Flow" to release the full exploit chain for 3.65/7. No real benefit right now going to 3.65 from 3.60.
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Re: Should I update to the current psp vita hack? 3.6

Postby deltax5 » Sat May 26, 2018 12:53 pm

TheTechDoc wrote:Just install Henkaku Enso (the permanent hack for 3.60) there is no benefit for the average user to upgrade to the 3.65 henkaku and if you happen to stuff up, youll lose the hack forever,

any game that needs firmware beyond 3.60 has been dumped and modified to run on 3,60 now anyway so its just a plain bad idea,


so in short, download the henkaku enso installer from the official website, run the hack through email like normal, then install the enso.vpk through vitashell, run it and follow the steps.


The guide I have is throu Winscp. how do I send it throu email?
http://vita.cfw.guide/guide/installing-henkaku-enso/
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Re: Should I update to the current psp vita hack? 3.6

Postby FreePlayFlorida » Sat May 26, 2018 6:14 pm

if you on the 3.60 hack, just down the vpk of enso, and install it using vitashell etc, and will be sorted, once you got that installed, you can install the configs to load off a sd card etc, to give you loads of space, and then install the pkgi or whatever its called to go find games to install etc
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