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How To Install PSP eCFW On Your 3.60 #HENkaku Enabled Vita

@BobbyBlunt has posted a tutorial/guide to help those of you with HENkaku enabled PS Vita/PSTV's to get your favourite PSP games and homebrew running on your device, below is his video, followed by a quote from the videos description:

 

 


 

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Developer The_Flow has released Adrenaline which is a PSP emulated CFW for Henkaku. You will need 3.60 to
run Henkaku in order to use this release. Use this at your own risk. Neither I nor the developers are responsible
for any possible risks.

 


You must use TaiHankaku beta: http://beta.henkaku.xyz

 

https://gist.github.com/TheOfficialFloW/0ed4e09e2d447e631416cb84d7c43107


Things you will need:
1.) A PS Vita or PSTV on 3.60 (No 3.61 or 3.63 will not work, no you can't downgrade)
2.) A PSP demo or game installed on your Vita. There were warnings weeks ago that you would need this. (I used Petz Saddle Club Demo)
3.) The package located here: https://mega.nz/#!8JRmTSDC!TgJXztwMF4...
4.) FTP Clinet on your PC (I use WINscp)

Both a revised written README as well as the original are included in the package

PSP ISO files go in ux0:/pspemu/ISO
PSP Homebrew goes in ux0:/pspemu/PSP/Game

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that we have certain freedoms when it comes to our consumer elctronics 
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Does it work with any psp game or just "recent" purchases? 'Cause I have a few from the 3.36 days(cma backup'd) that were exploitable(ape quest is one of them iirc), which is obviously patched since long ago. But would they still work for this?

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10 minutes ago, Lucif3r said:

Does it work with any psp game or just "recent" purchases? 'Cause I have a few from the 3.36 days(cma backup'd) that were exploitable(ape quest is one of them iirc), which is obviously patched since long ago. But would they still work for this?

 

 

From what i understand is that they should work with any PSP game.

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1 hour ago, Lucif3r said:

Does it work with any psp game or just "recent" purchases? 'Cause I have a few from the 3.36 days(cma backup'd) that were exploitable(ape quest is one of them iirc), which is obviously patched since long ago. But would they still work for this?

Ape quest (NPEG00005), Arcade Darts (MINI) (NPEZ00053) and 101 Megamix (NPEH00068) I can confirm working and running .cso's. I've not yet played with plugins yet!

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9 hours ago, Lucif3r said:

Does it work with any psp game or just "recent" purchases? 'Cause I have a few from the 3.36 days(cma backup'd) that were exploitable(ape quest is one of them iirc), which is obviously patched since long ago. But would they still work for this?

I used an old CMA backup of pool hall pro and it worked fine. Every PSP game I have tried has worked fine. The build was updated so even minis will work now

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Well I hope everyone grabbed their PSP game. PSN is closed to us henkaku users once again.

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Think we'll be able to spoof it in the future. There was mention that 3.60 an .61 used the same token. Any clue if we'll be able to access the .63 token?

 

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3 minutes ago, gusha said:

Think we'll be able to spoof it in the future. There was mention that 3.60 an .61 used the same token. Any clue if we'll be able to access the .63 token?

 

Not without the 3.63 token. PSN spoofing was easy before since it used the same token you just spoofed which version number was being sent.

 

All this time with PSN and sony stops it now that adrenaline is out. Typical Sony. Good news is for those that have a handheld and a PS3 you should still be able to acquire a PSP demo/game/mini by transfering from the PS3 to the vita. This wont work for PSTV users but in all fairness everyone was warned we would lose PSN access and to go ahead and grab a PSP game weeks ago

 

If you already have a PSP game make sure you back it up with QCMA.

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Thanks for the info. How would one go about finding the .63 token? I'm assuming it's easier said than done?

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There is now an even easier way to do this. You still need a PSP game and the 661.pbp but if you are having problems with manually setting this up you can use the adrenaline installer. 

 

http://wololo.net/2016/11/22/adrenaline-easyinstaller-solve-adrenaline-installation-woes/

 

This will allow you to easily install adrenaline as well as the live area theme for adrenaline

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