Discussion in 'Tutorials & Guides' started by atreyu187, Feb 2, 2016.
hey, I helped too.
You did help, thanks. I have just recently been working on getting up to date on the modding scene. This seems like a quality forum/site. Hopefully the vita/pstv can reach the levels that the psp did when it comes to community and modding. I
the henkaku hack has evolved more quickly than any hack that I've seen. it's only a matter of time.
Yes HENkaku is just a tad over a month old and look what all we have seen released. It's amazing how fast it is moving.
Well, I picked up the pstv, lego, ps3 controller, 3gb memory card for $54. I am going to try to set up tnv-11, tn-x v2 and vhbl for this 3.20 tv.
installing all of that isn't too bad. u'll need to use the eml hack if on 3.20 which is pretty simple. if u choose xs moto as ur exploit game, all u need to do is load the save from the main menu to trigger the exploit. I don't think @atreyu187 likes tekken 2 as an exploit game, 'cause u actually have to enter a match and lose I believe, so it takes longer.
btw, u can also get ark on the system. it's an alternative to tnv. plus, with ark and vhbl, u can use one menu or 138 menu which r alternatives to the layout. I have 138 menu running with vhbl on my 3.60 vita. works perfectly.
edit: u can actually update and vhbl will still work btw.
Yea, i saw with xs moto you just have to load a game save. I will probably get that game. XS-moto is for the tn-x hack . I will also need an exploit game for tn-v. Does it matter in which order I install the exploits?
I have my ps3 with the latest rebug, I have psn patch installed and psn ninja.
now i just have to go online to download the exploit games and than transfer them to the psp. Is that done via qmca?
I hope that eventually a henkaku exploit unlocks the abiliity to load psp isos, and also use the tn-x emulator as it looks to be the only good psx emulating option on the pstv/vita.
So do you have ark running instead of tn-v? or do you have both tn-v and ark together. There are so many exploits that only can do specific things, which is slightly annoying. It's just a matter of finding a good tutorial for the exploits and the needed files, which can be sometimes difficult when the internet is filled with tons of questionable content and advice.
yes, u can have both together. it doesn't matter in which order u install the hacks. hackinformer is a good site to use for the hacked saves. u won't encounter any questionable saves there. and, yes, u can use qcma or open cma. just remember to use vita update blocker to get around updating, 'cause normally ur forced to update to the latest firmware.
No I just use Tekken because I got it for $0.99 and a fire sale one time off PlayStation Network when I had the money I switched over to xs moto because triggering the other game was such a pain in the butt but I wanted to make sure I actually wanted to use that exploit first it is much more capable than using the pop simulation
u had to lose a match or something, right?
Yea but if you don't touch the pad it auto guards and you win.
Wouldn't the psp mini games in the 9-in-1 mega pack work as exploit games for the tnv exploit?
The 9 games combined are 111mb.
Why spend money use Pets Saddle Club demo or Locco Rocco Midnight Carnival demos for free. And you either need to A pick a game that is whitelisted or enable whitelist hack prior to launching. Talkman Tokyo is cheap, small and effective. Mini's are restrictive and you can't play the base game for TNV once you buy it.
I used Locco Rocco demo to put vHBL on my PSTV
The mini's are restrictive? In what manner, I used the impossible game to launch vhbl on my 3.60.
I tried connecting to my psptv 3.20 to my ps3 via content manager and vitaupdateblock running, upon the pstv connecting the pstv to the ps3 it prompted me to connect my ps3 to the psn. Is this because I didn't add my ps3 psn account to my pstv prior to this?
Separate names with a comma.