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Back Up your act.dat & other activation files on your activated PSvita/PStv

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For every activated PSvita/PStv owner Back Up your act.dat license & other activation files!

 

Why? The answer is simple, because $ony blocked all hacked Vitas on 3.60 spoofing the latest firmware (3.65) from console activation. 

 

A quote from famous Vita hacker YifanLu.

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Tutorial on how to Back Up your act.dat License & other activation files.

 

Connect your PSvita/PStv via FTP to your favourite FTP client on your computer & go to tm0:npdrm -> copy the act.dat file & store it somewhere safely.

                                                                                                                  & go to vd0:registry -> copy the system.dreg & system.ireg file & store it somewhere safely.

                                                                                                                  & go to ur0:user/00/np --> copy the myprofile.dat file & store it somewhere safely.

 

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(More info about act.dat : https://vitadevwiki.com/vita/Act.dat ) 

Edited by Thibobo

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You want to back up more than just your act.dat file.

 

http://wololo.net/2017/08/02/properly-back-psvitas-activation-files/

 

 

If you have ever used the account switcher you already have a backup stored on your vita located at ux0:/data/AccountSwitcher

You want to back up a few files. Make a backup of the following:

tm0:/npdrm/act.dat

vd0:/registry/system.dreg

vd0:/registry/system.ireg

ur0:/user/00/np/myprofile.dat

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17 hours ago, BobbyBlunt said:

You want to back up more than just your act.dat file.

 

http://wololo.net/2017/08/02/properly-back-psvitas-activation-files/

 

 

If you have ever used the account switcher you already have a backup stored on your vita located at ux0:/data/AccountSwitcher

You want to back up a few files. Make a backup of the following:

tm0:/npdrm/act.dat

vd0:/registry/system.dreg

vd0:/registry/system.ireg

ur0:/user/00/np/myprofile.dat

I will update the article thanks! this was not known yet ^^ 

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