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  1. Megathread for PSVita HENkaku ! HENkaku: HENkaku: HomebrewENabler by Team Molecule. taiHEN: Advanced HEN which brings kernel access & plugins support by yifanlu. Ensō : Custom FirmWare by Team Molecule. Homebrews Showcase: Various homebrews links and sources. HENkaku Offline Installer: HENkaku Exploit without internet connection by xyzz. HENkaku Android Server: HENkaku Exploit using Android device by codestation. Plugins: PNGShot: Make screenshots great again by xyzz. GameSD: Drivers for SD to GameCard adapter, mounting SD as ux0: partition by xyzz. uo_gameSD: Drivers for SD to GameCard adapter, mounting SD as uma0: partition by xyzz & SonryP. Usbmc: USB storage support. If loaded on startup using Ensō , it will automatically mount the PSTV's USB storage as ux0 by Yifanlu. Vita Netcheck Bypass: Plugin to bypass PSN login by Yifanlu. Download Enabler: Allows to download any files from the web browser to ux0:download by TheFlow. Amphetamin: Official CPU/GPU Overclocking by TheFlow. Better Amphetamin: Unofficial Amphetamin by BeatPlay. uo_amphetamin: Unofficial Amphetamin by Rinnegatamante. rinCheat: Multifunction Plugin by Rinnegatamante. TrackPlug: Playtime tracker by Rinnegatamante. TurboPad: RapidFire by Rinnegatamante. Framecounter: FPS counter by Rinnegatamante. Screenie: HD screenshots by Rinnegatamante. Kuio: Kernel-User bridge for basic I/O operations by Rinnegatamante. BrownNoise: Anti-standby for susceptible audio devices by Rinnegatamante. Autoboot: Launch an app on HENkaku startup by Rinnegatamante. InfiniteNet: Prevent games from disabling net features by Rinnegatamante. TouchRemap: Allows both touchpad remap by Rinnegatamante. WDNR: Reartouch pad disabler by Rinnegatamante. WDNF: Fronttouch pad disabler by Rinnegatamante & EchoDev. OClockVita: Another Overclocking Plugin by frangarcj. ButtonSwap: Swap X and O buttons by Scorpeg. FakeCamera: Fakes invalid camera calls in order to avoid some crashes for some titles on PlayStation TV by OperationNT414C. ShellSecBat: Displays seconds and battery percent in status bar by OperationNT414C. PSV-VSH-Menu: A VSH menu by joel16. PSV-VSH-Recovery-Menu: A VSH Recovery menu by joel16. Viimote: Allows you to control your Vita with a WiiMote by xerpi. DS3Vita Beta: Allows you to control your Vita with a Dual Shock 3 by xerpi. DS4Vita: Allows you to control your Vita with a Dual Shock 4 by xerpi. NoLed: Turn off the blue home button led by rereprep. NoSleep: Disables the sleep timer by rereprep. AdrBubbleBooter: Directly boot any game from any PSP Bubble in livearea by Leecherman. Hardware Homebrews: Battery Indicator: More accurate battery indicator by Ruben_Wolfe. VITAident: Hardware identification tool by joel16. VitaTester: A simple homebrew for testing the input data by SMOKE5. VitaScreenFlasher: Fixes stuck pixels via PSTV & Vita 2k by SMOKE5. Vita Hardware Test: Buttons/Screen/Sound tester by ifrit05. Apps Homebrews: MaiDumpTool: Chinese games dumper tool by BeniYukiMai. MaiDumpToolEN: English translated by LioMajor. Vitamin: Games dumper tool by Team FreeK. VitaShell: File manager for PS Vita HENkaku by TheFlow. VitaShellMod: Modded VitaShell with more functionalities by BenMitNick. VitaBooks: Manual/Book reader for PNG format by BenMitNick. Vita Plugins Manager: Plugins manager for Vitamin/Mai dumps by NeoLTK. ePSP Bubble Installer: A tool that quickly install a mini ePSP bubble for Adrenaline or ARK by CelesteBlue. Adrenaline EasyInstaller: An EasyInstaller for TheFlow's 6.61 Adrenaline eCFW by Freakler. Adrenaline Bubble Manager: A tool to create and organize your direct adrenaline bubbles by ONEluaTeam. ARK Fast for 3.60: Gives you opportunity to easily & quickly install ARK-2 on a previously installed PSP game by ONEluaTeam. ONEMenu VFinal: A GUI that can be used for ARK on PSVita by gdljjrod. ONEMenu Translations: French, Italian & Spanish translations for ONEMenu by ONEluaTeam. ONEtranslate: An application written in "ONElua" and supported by the well-known "Google translate" service to translate texts directly into the console by ONEluaTeam. PSTV WhiteLister: Enable compatibility for all Vita games on PS TV, ported by Kankertje. AntiBlacklist: Advanced whitelister homebrew by Rinnegatamante. VitaPad: Transform PSVita into PC controller by Rinnegatamante. EasyRPG Vita Nightly: RPG Maker 2k/2k3 player, ported by Rinnegatamante. Lua Player Plus: First Lua interpreter by Rinnegatamante. Vita Object Loader: 3D Model Viewer by Rinnegatamante. RayCast3D Engine: 3D game engine for Lua Player Plus by Rinnegatamante. LuaIRC: IRC client by Rinnegatamante. OpenSyobon Vita: A port of Syobon Action based on the 3DS port of OpenSyobon by Rinnegatamante. AccountSwitcher: Switch between your PSN accounts by elpendor. Vita Moonlight: Stream STEAM games on PSVita, ported by xyzz Button Swapper: Swap X/O button assignment by xyzz. MemcardSwap: Swap memory cards with another Vita or PSTV by SMOKE5. Vita Toolbox: Multifunction app by Orion Vita CID: Get your PSVita Console ID by tomtomdu80 Reboot shortcut: A quick way to reboot the system by luck Vita Restart: Another way to reboot system using a safe VPK by devnoname120. Vita Save Manager: Dump & restore decrypted savefile by d3m3vilurr. Simple Text Editor: A simple text editor by jakibaki. History Deleter: Delete Vita game & error history by KanadeEngel. Vita Game Manager: Allows you to manage and install games onto the PSVita from Windows by HexPang. VPKShrink: This program is able to use FTP to install your VPKs while using the minimum space possible, by HaiHakkuIku. VPKEditor: Customize VPK files by Qberty. VPKViewer: A tool that view VPK contents in details and much more by Leecherman. VitaOrganizer: Desktop tool for listing and uploading games and homebrew applications by soywiz. QCMA: CMA Replacement by codestation. PSVita DB Theme Installer 360 Edition: Simplify installation of LiveArea custom themes in your app.db file, by redsquirrel87. Custom Theme Manager: A simple application that allow you to fully manage custom themes by redsquirrel87. rinCheat Assistant: A tool to assist with making your cheat file for Rinnegatamante's rinCheat by Red7s. The Binding of Isaac PC > Console Mod Converter: Convert Binding Of Isaac Mods from PC to PSVita by ItsDeidara. Games Homebrews: VitaDoom: Doom ported by xyzz. Labyrinth 3D: Maze solving game in real 3D by Rinnegatamante. VitaWolfen: Wolfenstein 3D ported by Rinnegatamante. VitaQuake: Quake ported by Rinnegatamante. VitaHexen II: Hexen II ported by Rinnegatamante. Vita Sudoku: Sudoku game by Rinnegatamante. 4Rows: Connect4 game by Rinnegatamante. VitaWanted: Wanted! clone by Rinnegatamante. Minicraft: Minicraft ported by Rinnegatamante. Jelly Car: A great 2d game with soft body physics, ported by Drakon. BattleShip Arena: A classic "Sea Fight or Sea Battle" game by DesiRED. TextQuest: A simple Vita choose your own adventure text game by joshaxey. Milie Tetris: Just a Tetris clone by Guidobot. Minesweeper: Classic Minesweeper game by LeeStorm. SpiderVita: Kind of Solitaire game by LeeStorm. Doggytwicevt: Logical game like Lights-Out by LeeStorm. NumptyPhysics: NumptyPhysics ported by meetpatty. Vita FlappyBird: Famous obstacles game ported by yukkurisinai. FlppyBird: Famous obstacles game ported by gambikules. Another World Vita: Another World ported by enriquesomolinos. Reminiscence Vita: Flashback ported by enriquesomolinos. SDLPoP Vita: Prince Of Persia ported by usineur. vOpenTyrian: OpenTyrian port by Cpasjuste. OpenTyrin Vita: OpenTyrian port by z80. BreakVeetOut: BreakOut clone by InvalidExcepti0n. HENdoku: Sudoku game by Kuni59. Flood-It!: Flood the whole game board by notnotme. PSP2048: A port of 2048 by dots-tb. ReverseMe: An Othello clone by TheFlow. Game Of Life: Game Of Life ported by Domis4. RejuveSnake: Snake game by Ruben_Wolfe. Tactic Miner: 2D action game by wonre. Super Hero Chronicles: Shoot'em up game by thesuicidalrobot. Chicken Launcher: Kitten Cannon clone with chicken by crait. VitaAirHockey: Air Hockey game by LaGaipaG. Pong: Classic Pong clone by NamelessGhoul0. Starfield Vita: A small endless game where you must dodge the stars by gnmmarechal. Emulators: Adrenaline 6.61: eCFW by TheFlow. AdrenalineMod 6.61: Modded Adrenaline for uma0 support & translated to French by BenMitNick. ARK Bubble: eCFW by qwikrazor87. ScummVM Nightly Build: ScummVM official support, originally ported by Cpasjuste and enchanced by rsn887, now merged. UEA4ALL2 Mod: Amiga500/1200 emulator, originally ported by Cpasjuste and enchanced by rsn887. PFBAVita Mod: Multiple arcade emulator, originally ported by Cpasjuste and enchanced by rsn887. mGBA: Nintendo Game Boy Advance emulator by endrift. HANDYVita: Atari Linx emulator by frangarcj. Genesis Plus GX: Sega Master System & Megadrive emulator by frangarcj. Snes9xVITA: Super Nintendo emulator by frangarcj. NeopopVITA: NeoGeo Pocket Color emulator by frangarcj. Realboy: Game Boy/Game Boy Color/Super Game Boy emulator by xerpi. DeSmuME-Vita: Nintendo DS emulator by masterfeizz. BasiliskII for Vita: Port of BasiliskII to the Vita, a 68k Macintosh emulator by meetpatty. Save Editors: Persona 4 Golden Save Editor: Can modify values to data0XX.bin file dumped from P4G by Fennec-Kun. SuperNova: Phantasy Star Nova Save Editor by cearp. Others: psvimgtools: A set of tools that let you decrypt, extract, and repack Vita CMA backup images by Yifanlu. Psvimgtools Easy FrontEnd: A GUI interface for Yifanlu's PSVIMGTools by MRGhidini.
  2. It's just a little embarrassing since base game is exactly same dump. And regarding rules even if I made a mirror I must post it in already existing thread. So I think about editing original thread to add update & DLCs I uploaded on it and delete mine (making a better presentation on old thread). Another embarrassing thing is I already claimed reputation for it... anyway I uploaded Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd since and didn't claims reputation for it yet, so I'll just don't ask concerning this one, to balance it. EDIT : False, you're right ! We can keep both threads since my DOAX3 dump is from a scene release (need to add it to my thread) but AFAIK it has never been redumped, they simply release existing one under their team... Proof : ____ ____ __ __ __ __ ____\ \ / /__ __ __ ______ __ \____/ \ | | / \____/ ..___:_________ ____:_____ ________ ___:____ _____:_____ .. \\ __ \ \\__ // \/ __ // \__ / \ ___ // / / _____/ // / / /_______/__ \___// / ..// \ / \ / /// \ \ / // \ \_ \ / // // / / / ...//__ / \__ _/ \_ / \__ / \ __//... /___/ \______/ \___/ \______/ \______/ _____ : : : : ______ \___/ __ / P S i C O \ __ \___/ _ _____/ \_____/ \_____/ \__ _ Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Venus (c) Koei Tecmo _____ _________________ ___________ ___ __ /___ RELEASE INFO: \_______/ /_______/ Store Date...: 24.03.2016 | Filename..: psi-dxv.0** Release Date.: 11.09.2016 | Size......: 21 * 50 MB Platform.....: PS Vita | Format....: VPK Region.......: Asia | Languages.: Japanese Genre........: Titty Physics | Game ID...: VLAS-38124 (Cart) PCSH-00250 (FS) __ ____ ____ __________ ___ _ \___________/ /_________/ \____ RELEASE NOTES: ___/ The game takes place right know what? Just let those portable titties bounce all over the place, nobody gives a damn about the plot. ___ __________________ ___________ _ __/ \_ NOTES: ______________/ \__________/ This is the version from the asian region, which also includes english subtitles! The cartridge says VLAS-38124, but on the filesystem the Game-ID is PCSH-00250, so don't get confused when looking for DLC or updates. This game takes a bit of time to install, even though we used no compression, we don't know why it behaves like this. Also starting the installation is very slow, so you have to be patient. Time for someone to finally create a nude patch ffs -------------------------------------------------------------------- We also included proof for the following releases, since some of them were already available in the p2p area: - 10.09.2016 - Uncharted_Golden_Abyss_EUR_PROPER_READNFO_PSV-PSiCO WipEout_2048_EUR_PROPER_PSV-PSiCO Resistance_Burning_Skies_EUR_READNFO_PSV-PSiCO Ridge_Racer_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Assassins_Creed_III_Liberation_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Call_of_Duty_Black_Ops_Declassified_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Need_for_Speed_Most_Wanted_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Gravity_Rush_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Killzone_Mercenary_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Tearaway_EUR_PROPER_PSV-PSiCO - 11.09.2016 - Batman_Arkham_Origins_Blackgate_EUR_PSV-PSiCO LittleBigPlanet_PS_Vita_EUR_PROPER_PSV-PSiCO Borderlands_2_EUR_PSV-PSiCO Dead_or_Alive_Xtreme_3_Venus_ASIA_READNFO_PSV-PSiCO -------------------------------------------------------------------- To TRSI: From here on out, everything will be discussed in private, away from public eyes. There is no point in writing walls of text in NFOs in every pre. -------------------------------------------------------------------- And as always, if you like this game - please buy it !! ___ _____________ _______ __ __ \_____\ \_______________/ \_______ GREETINGS: __/ ECHELON - LIGHTFORCE - KALISTO - STRiKE - PROTOCOL _______________ __________ _____ __ ___/ \____________/ \__/ \___ PSiCO - 2016 _/
  3. Damn, why when I searched it on NGR, search function didn't shown me this one ! I reuploaded it for nothing... Well maybe not, seems like it must be an old update and there's no DLC on it. What should I do ? Adding my uploaded update & DLC to this one and delete my thread ?!
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    MAI Dump of Soul Sacrifice Delta

    I think DLC is about Japanese voice pack cause it's the only one I have on "my" VT2.0 dump.
  5. You're not forced to install using VPKs, and it's not the best option anymore since it always required double space. You can simply extract VPK files into a GameID folder just like MaidumpTool works. This way you can simply install it using Mai or VitaShell's install folder function (into more menu). It's faster and don't need to have double space available.
  6. I think you find your answer... since you did things correctly... SD card itself must be the issue.
  7. Ok I don't see any mistake concerning what you are doing. I presume it was a brand new SD card, you formatted it to exFAT using Linux or you've injected zzblank.img on it first under Windows ?! What about SD card capacity once it's formatted ? Ultimately do you have a link to where you bought that SD card please ?
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    RedTwinTails Exposed

    Damn, seems like I missed something
  9. Did you activated unsafe mode for homebrews and all that stuff installation ? Which VitaShell's version are you using ? How do you send VPK to Vita ?
  10. Got mine a little while ago (from a friend on a french forum that make it himself) now you can easily find CG2SD adapter on many commercial places (like ebay or even AliExpress). It can now be really cheap cause Chinese entered the dance. Anyway if you know about shop on AliExpress, some are just factory store that produce it themself and it's not necessarily bad quality !
  11. Thanks, I'm still working on it, there's a lot of stuff to add ! Actually doing plugins and already added many of them but there's still plenty !
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    Yes he is, like Joonie They joined Rebug Team at the same time. But Habib still releasing his own CFW too.
  13. Hi Yukiko ! Really great stuff ! I plan to play GC games on my WiiU (need to hack vWii & install Nintendont). I have all RPG you posted but on EUR version. Is there any chance to have links to patches and apply them on EUR versions please ? Edit : You can forget concerning this one, seems like EUR version is only english so... no gain ! I can directly grab this NTSC one.
  14. Each member can post their custom themes to this section, but just to let you know, there is a site which contains many of them :
  15. Final Fantasy VII (10 wallpapers - 17 icons - 1 BGM - Notifications & pages icons) Child Of Light (10 wallpapers - 17 icons - 1 BGM - Notifications & pages icons) Dead Or Alive Xtreme 3 Venus (10 wallpapers - 17 icons - 1 BGM - Notifications & pages icons)
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    New Admin of NGR

    Congratulations Yukiko you deserve that from the beginning I know it's been a while I didn't came here, but I was just coming to tell I'm sorry but I don't have time (nor motivation) anymore. Like you already understood. Don't worry I'll do my best to keep my links online !
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    I love new forums!

    I could translate English (that isn't my native language) but sadly I can't translate Japanese or Chinese. My goal was to port already translated games to my native language. But I know this isn't so simple, I don't have any programmer skill and I know this is needed. I didn't found anyone from my country to eventually create a team. Anyway, it's cool that some guys are translating Japanese games, even if it's in English ^^
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    I love new forums!

    Welcome Ravenstorm ! Cool to have someone from a Vita translate team ! I was planned to translate Chaos Rings III to my native language too (since I, II and Omega are) but didn't found help I need for doing this. I would like to be part of a translate team but don't know about technical stuff on how doing this
  19. Many hackers are looking at it, seems like there's already some kind of vulnerabilities (webkit if I'm right). Anyway here is a trusted source for hack content : Switch section :
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    Rebug is the best choice ! (Habib's CFW are good too but anyway he work for Team Rebug too).
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    WiiU USB Helper

    You'll find here eShop games version only, at only condition there is an existing ticket for it. To download file, have more details concerning WiiU USB Helper and support his developer, please go to WiiU USB Helper Official Thread. Here I'll show you WiiU USB Helper's installation and configuration to the point you'll be able to download games on your computer. After that you'll need to transfer downloaded games to your SD card. WiiU USB Helper can handle this, transferring data to SD card is quite simple, just plug it on your computer and just indicate it to WiiU USB Helper. Then install them to WiiU using WUPInstaller. Now that you downloaded WiiU USB Helper, it's time to install it, just launch update.exe (of course, accept connections if you are using some firewall). First thing it will ask you is to indicate an installation folder, then updater will do his work : Now WiiU USB Helper will launch and ask you to select region of your console, also there is a disclaimer, so don't forget to check "I agree to these terms" and click on your region. Note that this is really important if you are using a hack that doesn't allow Region Free ! Installing a game from another region could brick your WiiU in that case ! By the way, you can change Region whenever you want later on WiiU USB Helper. Here is one of the most important part of WiiU USB Helper's configuration. You need to indicate websites for ticket that are absolutely necessaries for every game. You can enter an address concerning WiiU tickets and another one concerning 3DS tickets (cause if you have a hacked 3DS you can also grab content using WiiU USB Helper). Addresses can easily be found on the net, anyway... Once that is done, you'll have to indicate folder where you want to store games : Here I encounter an issue cause application is trying to open something that seems to be an ads using an invalid address. That result on a white window that you simply have to close : Everything should be ok by now, and you're now on WiiU USB Helper interface, showing you all content for region you choose and for tickets you indicate. For a clear navigation, you can go to "Filters" tab : Back on "Library" tab, you just have to select content you want and click on Get It button, if there's an update for this content, application will automatically suggest you to add it to download list, same thing concerning downloadable content. You will on left part your download list where content you choose will be added. Simply launch download by clicking on "Download game(s)" icon ! You can see progress by clicking on "Download Manager" located at upper right part of interface.
  22. Can't understand hype concerning Switch... but totally hyped by Zelda I must admit... So I bought a WiiU ^^ Anyway, good for Nintendo !
  23. They never intended to compete PS4/XB1 but that's what they did... Presenting the Switch like a home console that can be brought anywhere, so this product is placed on home console market. They simply didn't placed it on portable market cause they don't want to kill their goose that lays the golden egg (3DS...). But you're right, "new" gameplays are they goals, and I know you'll say it isn't the same budget, but what a better new gameplay (even experience) than VR ? Considering 50 Millions of PS4 have been already owned by public, 300€ a Switch or 400€ a VR, for a new experience I think I'll choose VR. What I mean here is that I can't trust on that "new" Nintendo gameplay when VR is becoming a reality (Damn I was waiting for this since I'm a child ! And many of my friends too ^^). Talking about AAA Nintendo games, it starts rather badly... If Zelda seems to works well on portable mode, seems like it's not the case on TV (hardware is already pulling out the tongue ?). Well I hope for Nintendo that their Switch will be a success but I seriously doubt about it, except pure fans, I'm not sure this will interest many people. Even on fans side we can read some disappointments... Sure, games could save it, but for more third party games, the Switch need to be a commercial success, if they're only a few Nintendo games (like WiiU), this will be the same disaster.
  24. Not interested at all by the Switch. There's no way this one could compete PS4/X1 when they are trying to sell it as a home console. Seriously, some android devices have same configuration and are really less expansive. As a mobile device, I can't consider it like a portable console (like PSVita) this one is more like a tablet for me and I really prefer to play on Vita ! (Having here an ASUS Transformer Tegra 3 since some years, didn't played a lot with it).
  25. Ok we were talking about that with Yukiko ! Good new, so we just have to not use hide function anymore !