Joel16 is back with a new update to the original Vita identification tool called VITAindent, With an update progressing the Homebrew Utility to version 0.4 as developer Joel16 adds additional improvements since adding a GUI version in the v0.3 update. In v0.4 better model detection and additional displaying of information like displaying of internal storage has been some of the additions found in this update,
- Detects PCH-1000 and PCH-2000 models (VTE-1000 for VITA TV)
- Get VITA mobo info, and re-organize information into respectful categories:
- Kernel, model and ID info
- System info
- Battery info
- Misc info
- Display enter button:
- X - US/EU
- O - Japan
- Display internal storage info
Features of VITAident
- Displays firmware and model info (Vita fat/slim/TV).
- Displays PS Vita Unit (cex/dex).
- Displays Vita motherboard.
- Displays PS VITA CID (Console ID).
- Displays PSID.
- Displays language.
- Displays IP address.
- Displays MAC address.
- Displays ARM, BUS and GPU clock frequency.
- Displays GPU Xbar clock frequency.
- Displays battery life time.
- Displays battery percentage.
- Displays battery remaining capacity.
- Displays battery temperature in both degrees C and F.
- Displays battery voltage.
- Displays PSN username.
- Displays SD free and total capacity (Thanks TheOfficialFloW).
- Displays enter button (Cross/Circle).
- Automatically saves screenshot upon exit.
Download via: Github - VITAident v0.4
PS VITA / PS TV VITAIdent v0.4 - New model detection & info displaying by Joel16
By STLcardsWS on Oct 29, 2016 at 5:13 PM
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