PS VITA / PS TV Noled - Plugin to disable blue home button led

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By kozarovv on May 9, 2017 at 3:19 AM
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    Noled is a recent kernel plugin released for the PS Vita created originally by Xerpi, and then has been released in compiled version by reprep (@ReRepRep). This taiHEN (kernel) plugin is very simple as it can becomes very useful when you are gaming or watching video's in the dark and the led light becomes a major distraction. Now you have the option to say goodbye to light while you have this plugin running.


    • noled is a simple plugin to turn off the blue home button led of PS Vita. Especially useful at night.
      noled_vita.png
      It is a kernel plugin so enable it in kernel section of your config.txt.
      copy noled.skprx to tai folder (ux0:/tai) edit config.txt:​

      *KERNEL
      ux0:tai/noled.skprx
      after that, reboot your vita and restart henkaku.

      All credits to @xerpi, all i did was to compile the source.
      A known issue is, after resuming from standby, blue light will turn on for a second and then turn off.

    Download via: github.com (Release Page)
    Source + Source code: github.com/rereprep/noled
     
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Discussion in 'PS Vita News' started by kozarovv, May 9, 2017.

    1. bguerville
      bguerville
      Was this created by Xerpi or ReRepRep?
    2. kozarovv
      kozarovv
      Fixed.
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    3. atreyu187
      atreyu187
      Plugins are always welcomed but this but this is one of my favorite features of my OLED model.
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    4. pinky
      pinky
      I was wondering y my slim vita didn't have that led. thanks for clarifying. I was going to post a response about it, but I figured it was probably for oled models anyway.
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