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    Team Molecule Hack Firmware 3.70 Same Day Sony Release It

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    Well Sony just released firmware 3.70 for the PS Vita and Team Molecule hack it shortly afterwards:   Here is a video showing the process: Watch Hacking 3.70 master key + FAQ on Vita keys + Sony suggestions - Vita Hacking from YifanLu on www.twitch.tv   Not sure why one would help Sony do their job, but @Yifan Lu advised Sony how to fix future firmwares.      

    PS Vita Firmware 3.70 Released

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    Sony have released an update for the PS Vita, all in a failed attempt at trying to block those naughty hackers:    

    [Released] PS Vita Dock v3

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    lazydevyo has updated his application PS Vita Dock to version 3: PS Vita Dock is a PC application, that lets you stream your PS Vita to your PC, you need to have @xerpi's UDCD USB Video Class plugin installed on your PS Vita in order to use this.   Download/Source Via

    [PSVITA] ReF00D V1.0 Released By FAPS Team And Autoplugin V3.67 By TheheroGAC

    TheheroGAC
    By TheheroGAC,
    The 35C3 conference of Yifan Lu and Davee has awakened the PSVITA scene. The released keys have brought good results and the FAPS Team composed by CelesteBlue123, dots_tb, Princess of sleeping, juliosueiras and TheRadziu took the ball and here is a new plugin called reF00D along with the release of a new version 3.67 of Autoplugin.reF00D is a kernel plugin that eliminates the firmware requirements of games / apps. It allows you to run games that require a higher firmware than the one currently running, such as titles that require firmware 3.69 or 3.68 on 3.60 / 3.65, through the decoding of games in real time using the keys. It also allows you to create packages compatibility, which you can use with rePatch, holding the trigger L when you open the games. These will be stored in ux0: /rePatch.Autoplugin instead, installs the plugins automatically and in version 3.67 it adds the support / installation of reF00D and many other features.   How to install it: Add the ref00d.skprx path to your taihen config.txt or use Autoplugin to install it. Make sure that reF00D is installed AFTER NoNpDRM in this config.txt. Put the keys.bin file in ur0: /tai/keys.bin. (  https://www.mediafire.com/download/t5obgaa3naatr9m  ) Restart and have fun NOTE: loading the rePatch module will have priority over reF00D. If a module is in the rePatch folder, it will be loaded first and reF00D will not attempt to decrypt it.   Special thanks: Team Molecule for feeding p00r. A motoharu, aerosoul, TheFloW, xerpi, St4rk, Mathieulh, zecoxao for having reversed a part of the PSVita and made useful tools. A Silica for his mental illness (which actually cares about the PSM) that made us understand that the headers were not always in order. Sys to be sys.   Download Autoplugin.vpk reF00D.skprx     Source wololo.net and Github  

    [Released] xPloitServer v1.2 By stooged

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    Developer stooged has released an Android version of @DEFAULTDNB's  xProject for the PS4.     This means you don't have to set a webserver up yourself, use some shady website or use a ESP8266, everything is in the .apk.     Source/Download Via

    Is there really no hack available to play Blu-ray from USB?

    mr_lou
    By mr_lou,
    I already asked this in another forum, where I only got a single reply saying "No". But I can't believe that's true.   With all these different hacks available, can it really be true that there's no hacks that allows us to play a Blu-ray folder structure from USB? Especially considered that it was possible on the PS3 on early firmwares.

    App.db Tool [6.0]

    kylon
    By kylon,
    App.db Tool Original dev: luck   Sources: here Download: here Features Export and import your LiveArea layout Wipe database without loosing your LiveArea Refresh database Menu Export and wipe: Export your current LA layout and let the system create a new app.db Export [no wipe]: Export your current LA layout Import: Apply your backed up LA settings to the system app.db Rebuild: Trigger a database update (No changes to your LA) Notes What makes this app different is that it will NOT backup/restore your app.db! It will export/import your LiveArea settings instead,
    so that you will not get stuck in a loop if your previous app.db was damaged,
    and you will not loose your LA layout. This is NOT a classic app.db backup/restore app.     Changes New UI Fixes    

    [RELEASE]OpenBor games for PS4 5.05

    TheheroGAC
    By TheheroGAC,
    A few days ago, I wanted to play some Openbor games on PS4. I did not find so many around and I decided to make a port via iso PS2. Many have been fixed by me to make them work and I decided to share them with you. I do not think I'm going against piracy, they're simple mods of amateur games.

    [Released] PS4 PKG Store By @TOXXIC_407

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    TOXXIC407 has released a front end for @flatz remote PKG installer:   All the downloads are stored on TOXXIC407's server so you do not have to set up your own server, using the front end does seem fast enough, i tried it on my Android Tablet and PC, however i did find that some downloads failed, perhaps hosting them oneself locally might eliminate problems.   How It Works? You run @zecoxao 1.8 HEN You Run flatz remote PKG Installer You visit http://tgi-12-2.de/  Enter your PS4's IP address Click on the homebrew you want, then click install. It will then start installing the homebrew onto your PS4.   Source Instructions

    [Released] VitaBackup v2.00 By @joel16_x

    GregoryRasputin
    By GregoryRasputin,
    @joel16 has updated his PS Vita homebrew VitaBackup to version 2.00:     VitaBackup is a user friendly backup manager for the PS Vita, that lest you choose what you want to backup, where you want to back it up and the location where you want it backed up, here are the changes in this version:     Fixed bug with app.db not being backed up properly.     Use sceIo instead of stdio for i/o handling.     Display instructions in backup/restore screens.     Removed light theme because it didn't fit well, and just took up a lot of space. (There is no longer a theme mode, because this is just a backup tool, we don't need that here.)     Support files larger than 4GB.     Add options to delete backup files from the restore menu. (Press cross to select files, then square to delete.)     Add 11 levels of compression using miniz. (0 being no compression, which is generally recommended)     Add more valuable data to initial backup list. (ur0:/data/VitaBackup/path.txt)
      Source/Download Image stolen from Wololo    

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