Updating psp through usb updating dstt
VHBL has an embedded way to install PSP homebrews from within VHBL itself, but it is convoluted, it requires special packaging of PSP homebrews in carefully crafted zip files. With HENkaku, you only need to download the PSP homebrew of your choice on any PSP site (e.g.our database here) and copy it in the right folder of the PS Vita via FTP. Sony have added security measures to that specific folder on the Vita which is why we are using “VHBL” instead of “GAME” here.Then reboot and you should be good to start this tutorial.If you just landed on the PS Vita scene recently, or came back after a hiatus, things might be a bit confusing for you.now this is not needed anymore ;) - Fixed prx unload from gui and made proper detection for cobra and mamba.- Now you can unload artemis_ps3from artemis gui in main menu with square button, though you have to wait for the "press start to attach" popup.
Note for those of you who have downloaded (but not installed yet) firmware 3.61/3.63, or anything above 3.60: you can allegedly delete it from the bubble at the corner of your PS Vita.Homebrews, however, might: some homebrews are hardcoded to use the and see how they behave (might be able to run but not to save anything, for example).Other homebrews such as g PSP have a configuration file that let you tweak the folders it can use.This tutorial applies to people who are currently on lower firmwares and want to go up to firmware 3.60.
Yifan Lu, one of the authors of HENkaku, wrote a system on the HENkaku servers to help you simply upgrade to firmware 3.60: If you’re having issues with this easy way, check the detailed steps at the source here.Native PS Vita homebrews are expected to be more powerful, run at a higher resolution, etc… But because the PS vita scene barely started, there’s not many of them (although there’s a quickly growing number of emulators for PS Vita).