• PSVita Hacks, wololo , 12.08.2013

    Patience is a virtue.

    Acid_Snake stated over wololo many things about this exploit. Where is available (region) as well exploit’s compatibility. A very self-centered guy explaining what will happen.
    He said also that the exploit will be released once TN confirms that new kernel exploit with VBHL. So don’t ask (as he said) if you can run Is0s on your PS Vita.
    Respect devs efforts.

    To quote:

    Like I said, there are a few reasons why I want to release a new exploit right after Gamocracy was released not so long ago, here they are:
    - Total_Noob might release a new kernel exploit
    - Firmware 2.60 is a big update
    - This exploit, afaik, is available at least in EU and US, and should also be available in Japan and other territories, allowing for more people to have access to at least VHBL.
    - The exploit’s compatibility is a lot better than Gamocracy, Apache, and most other previously released VHBL exploits.

    Now, let me make this clear: THE EXPLOIT WILL BE RELEASED WITH VHBL UNTIL TN CONFIRMS A NEW KERNEL EXPLOIT, so I don’t want anyone asking “d0es it pl4y 1S0s?” cause I’ll directly ignore you. If TN decides to release a kernel exploit, YOU WILL SEE THE NEWS HERE, until then: VHBL IS ALL YOU GOT. I know I sound harsh, but it’s a pain how the forums becomes bloated with people asking the same questions over and over again when the answer can easily be found with little to no effort.

    On the other hand, I will continue to feed you with news on the development on this: FAQs, Compatibility List, Tech Support through the forums, any possible kernel exploit release, etc, so don’t hesitate to ask questions that are hard to find the answer for.

    Last but not least, if you find someone leaking the name of the game on some other forum, news site, or whatever, tell me or wololo by PM, at the end of the release I will give a 20$ PSN code to the person who reports most leaks.

    Have fun with the exploit, eCFW or not.

    Wololo

    Thanks to @Simonbuck again ;)

    Discuss in Forums (12)


  • 12 Comments

    1. infectious_d
      08-13-2013
      01:49 PM
      1

      nice, very nice to see progress continuing with the vita, peeps need to remember its always a lot of baby steps before we hop into the ocean thats up ahead

    2. xcrimsonstormx
      08-13-2013
      04:18 PM
      2

      So did this happen with the PSP? Like did we have a emulator hack first or something, just wondering I wasn't around for the PSP scene. Also how long did it take to get a full PSP hack working?

    3. arwynj55
      08-13-2013
      05:02 PM
      3

      I wonder if this will help the ps3 a bit? might help us get some kind of clue what to do with the ps3 now...

    4. DV8
      08-13-2013
      05:57 PM
      4

      Originally Posted by xcrimsonstormx
      So did this happen with the PSP? Like did we have a emulator hack first or something, just wondering I wasn't around for the PSP scene. Also how long did it take to get a full PSP hack working?
      If I remember correctly the first PSP hack was a hardware hack (mod chip). You had to cut traces and the whole 9 yards. Shortly after came the battery hacks (software hack).

    5. xcrimsonstormx
      08-13-2013
      10:03 PM
      5

      Yeah remember hearing about some sort of PSP mod chip did it actually work?

    6. DV8
      08-13-2013
      11:28 PM
      6

      It worked but it was a ***** to install. It seriously was only out for a couple months before the battery hacks came and it was expensive so I don't think it sold much at all.

    7. OoZic
      08-14-2013
      05:14 AM
      7

      Originally Posted by DV8
      If I remember correctly the first PSP hack was a hardware hack (mod chip). You had to cut traces and the whole 9 yards. Shortly after came the battery hacks (software hack).
      To refresh your memory: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/PSP/Homebrew_History

      FW 1.50 was the magic FW for a long time, I remember I used the Tiff exploit to downgrade my 1.52 EU PSP (bought on first launch day) to 1.50

    8. wakka1
      08-14-2013
      05:44 AM
      8

      Misleading..i thought it was some ps3 news.
      [MENTION=186943]hellsing9[/MENTION] , this should be moved to PSvita news.

    9. baargle
      08-14-2013
      08:41 AM
      9

      Originally Posted by DV8
      If I remember correctly the first PSP hack was a hardware hack (mod chip). You had to cut traces and the whole 9 yards. Shortly after came the battery hacks (software hack).
      Originally Posted by DV8
      It worked but it was a ***** to install. It seriously was only out for a couple months before the battery hacks came and it was expensive so I don't think it sold much at all.
      Nonsense.

      A softmod firmware hack was available day one near enough with 1.50 firmware that used a tiff image to cause a buffer overflow. There was no mod chip publicly available.

      Once 2.0 was released game saving became a problem until that was eventually hacked.

      Pandora battery mod came much much later.

      Followed by unhackable PSPs, well unhackable on a permanent basis.

    10. hellsing9
      08-14-2013
      11:47 AM
      10

      Originally Posted by wakka1
      Misleading..i thought it was some ps3 news.
      [MENTION=186943]hellsing9[/MENTION] , this should be moved to PSvita news.
      Noted.
      I can't move it now. otherwise link with the article ends all messed up.

      Regards

    11. arwynj55
      08-14-2013
      11:50 AM
      11

      Originally Posted by xcrimsonstormx
      Yeah remember hearing about some sort of PSP mod chip did it actually work?
      pandora's battery and yes it did work verry good but not on unhackable motherboards

    12. The Dutch Gamer
      08-14-2013
      12:01 PM
      12

      Pandora battery was a fvck up by $ony, they left the battery + magic memory in a repair PSP. The owner did send his stuff to DA / Fanjita and friends, and they released it to the masses because some ass made a brick CFW which caused mass bricks everywhere.

      The good ol' golden PSP days, I still check noobz.eu from time to time :P but it hasn't been updated in ages.