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been away from the homebrew scene for a while..

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midnitdragoon
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been away from the homebrew scene for a while..

Post by midnitdragoon » Sat Feb 22, 2014 10:24 pm

so i booted the vita after over a year of not using. i dont remember anything in regards to how to get homebrew on the vita. currently i am at 2.02 on the vita and i have super collapse three and mad blocker alpha. is it worth upgrading to a more up to date version of vita for better performance or should i just stay where im at? Hoping to get more info so i can figure out where to go next >_<
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Clarkal
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Re: been away from the homebrew scene for a while..

Post by Clarkal » Sat Feb 22, 2014 11:19 pm

If your currently using an exploit then there is no need to update as TN-V 7.3 is compatible with all previous exploit.
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midnitdragoon
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Re: been away from the homebrew scene for a while..

Post by midnitdragoon » Sat Feb 22, 2014 11:37 pm

I was reading up on how to transfer data for the uno exploit and yea...i remember this being very tedious and using the vita software to move things around. Is there currently a better and simpler way of moving homebrew to and from the system?

Clarkal
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Re: been away from the homebrew scene for a while..

Post by Clarkal » Sun Feb 23, 2014 12:12 am

The easiest way to transfer homebrew would be using the INSTALL.ZIP method its quicker and more organized if used along with pspfiler 6.60.

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