Developer @Joel16 who has created various projects such as CyanogenPSP & VitaIndent, is back with new utility that is a very simple release and is essentially an extension to VitaIdent, this utility is called Vita Net Profile Check. Its simply will display the passwords of WiFi Networks you have been connected to, so could be handy in some situations for user's. Note that the developer also has a new project that he has previewed and release should be soon as VitaForecast should see a release soon, additional details can be soon here as the dev details some screenshots and feature list.
A PS VITA application that allows you to check for your net profiles (that you have already been connected to) and display their passwords. The app uses the same GUI as VITAident's GUI version, and also includes the same icon0, and startup assets. You can basically think of this as a VITAident subordinate since technically it is displaying information stored on your device.
- Simply drag and drop the VPK into your VITA's memory card.
- Open Vitashell, navigate to VPK and install.
- You're good to go
Note: You don't need to load any external assets like VITAident. Simply drag and drop the VPK and install it.
Download via: github.com/joel16/VITA-Net-Profile-Check
PS VITA / PS TV Net Profile Check - Latest Utility and Upcoming Hombrew from Joel16
By STLcardsWS on Mar 18, 2017 at 8:19 PM
[UPDATE] New Vita Jailbreak coming in July 2018 (3.65-3.68 HENkaku / 3.65 Enso) from TheFlowAs the PS Vita Community knows hacker/developer TheFlow had discovered a new vulnerability for jailbreaking the PS Vita / PlayStation TV (Vita TV). The developer had planned for a much later releases since the Vita seems to be nearing the end of its life cycle and since official support could cease down the road. The idea being it was better to hold on to this exploit saving it until Sony officially pulled the plug on the device(s). However, since that time another exploit was found and thus this exploit (the first one) has moved up the release date to a new date of >> July 1 2018.
With firmware's 3.65-.3.68 there will be a new window to install the HENkaku hack which is a HEN (Homebrew Enabler), But if your on 3.65 firmware you can even take it a step farther by having the ability to install Enso (the CFW framework), With this soon to be released method TheFlow is saying you will need a Memory Card(see update), as no other storage medium including the system's internal storage will not work.Continue reading
PKGLAUNCHER (webMAN MOD Addon) now supporting additional RetroArch-libretro cores with new update
Developer @aldostools has supplied an update to one of the add-on's for webMAN MOD plugin for PS3 (CFW) user's. The PKGLAUNCHER feature which debuted on the project in wMM v1.45.04 allows for launching of RetroArch Roms from the XMB via the pkglauncher tool. With RetroArch making changes to cores names and new cores being supported on the PS3, developer Aldostools decided an update was needed and thus this new build has been rolled out for webMAN MOD user's. This is currently labeled as a test build so if you experience any issues be sure to drop a line in the comments below.Continue reading
reactPSPLUS Payload - ReActivate PS Plus Games on PS4 5.05 (Release by Zer0xFF)So you have your PS Plus Subscription and well you can't use the games the service offer's because your on firmware 5.05 (exploited PS4 firmware)?. Well, there is now great news there as a solution arises thanks to Zer0xFF as the developer discovered a way to "reset" the timer on the content by tricking the clock by using the new reactPSPLUS payload. The PS Plus subscription requires you to check into PSN from time to time and with an exploited system that is currently not possible. So, this becomes a great solution to regain the goodies from your subscription to PS Plus. Sony states that long as you have an active PS Plus Subscription you will not lose access to your game collection, which as we know is not 100% factual. What they fail to mention is that if you do not update your console to latest firmware and agree to the ever changing Terms of Service's you also lose access to the content EVEN if you are paying for the service. So, hacks like this give power back to the honest user's, Who just enjoy homebrew and system hacks on the hardware they purchased and as well as the content they purchased through various services.Continue reading
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