Ten days ago Sony released the PS Vita, ten days ago, they also released firmware update 1.50, today they release firmware version 1.51, here is a horribly translated quote from the changelog:
From 27 December 2011 and began updating the system software version 1.51.
To become available and some features of the PlayStation ® Network features, updates the system software of PS Vita (Update) is required. PS Vita also system software, by updating, adding and security can be enhanced many features. Please use the update to the latest version.
Standard software while playing PlayStation ® Vita Some symptoms have been identified that affect the game progress.
We’ve improved the symptoms of this software in the system.
“NEXT Dynasty Warriors”
Meanwhile in the other side of the PS Vita scene, PSP Developer Wololo discovered this update this morning, when he connected his PS Vita to his computer in order to transfer some files, in order to be allowed to transfer those files, he was met with a forceful update, no updating, no transfering files, here is what the developer said on his blog:
Today as I was using the PS Vita “content manager” in order to copy some files to the PS Vita, the content manager refused to start until I updated my firmware to official update 1.510. (This literally happened 10 minutes ago)
What surprises me is that the vita was disconnected, so I am assuming the update order came from the client on my PC (Update: confirmed. And the Vita refuses to run the content manager if the PC is not connected to the net).
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