So this is the easiest guide I have ever written. The "Featured" screen for the PSTV is so annoying always making me take a look at it and slowing down what I am trying to do at the time. Sony never updates it with anything new and until @DeViL303 @bitsbubba or some other crafty genius can make use of the XML files I feel it needs to go. This useless screen isn't even in every region as some countries have seen it as intrusive ad possibly illegal so Sony just didn't add the darn thing. Would have been nice if they gave us a choice to disable this screen. So here we go as it will take you longer to read this then to actually go the "mod" but here is what is needed to do this. BTW this will also stick after a firmware update to 3.61 if you should so choose. It with my little guide on the permanent v1 whitelist survive the updates. PSTV/Vita TV on 3.60 HENkaku installed and enabled VitaRW File Manager e.g. VitaShell molecularShell or OneLUA FTP access (not needed but up to you) 1 - Turn on system and enable HENkaku hack 2 - Install and run VitaRW & wait for the app to exit 3 - Use the file manager to navigate to vs0:/app 4 - Once there find the folder "NPSX10102" 5a - I am using VitaShell so press and select Rename and change to "_NPSX10102" by placing an underscore in front of the folders name. I do this as it moves it to the top of the list so I know what has been altered. FINALLY FOUND A USE FOR THE BUILT-IN SCREENSHOT FUNCTION! 5b - Fire up the FTP server on the PSTV and connect with your favorite FTP client then dump "NPSX10102" and store it in a safe place so you can put it back if you ever need it for some reason (hint hint if we get a XMBMPD-esque mod <<<< @DeViL303 & XMBM+ team PSTV reunion?) 6 - After this is done reboot your system and be amazed as that stupid screen is now gone. And if you have the auto refresh option ticked on your system. Now you can also do option "5c" which is rename the stupid folder and dump it via FTP just to be extra cautious. It is what I did but won't cause any harm removing it totally. And while you are all at it make FTP dumps of os0 & vs0 as you never know when your kid might want to watch Netflix and you may need it to hard wire in a flasher to go back to 3.60. But one can also use HENkaku v4 as it still has the old spoof that will not allow updating like v5/6 do. I keep a v4 offline installer on my system when I am away but use HENkakuDroid or the official installer via my modified shell's XML file. Hope someone finds this useful as I haven't seen anyone post about this or even ask how to remove it so it may just be me that found this screen annoying. But it has not updated to anything "NEW" since launch day when I sat in line to get this system. Back then even I was disappointed but now with the official "whitelist" BLACKLISTED forever it is truly an amazing mico system.