A recent development in the Vita Homebrew scene has been creating buzz and has made Vita fans pushing for CFW on the handheld excited.
PS Vita developer Davee has released a proof of concept of a native exploit found within the Webkit of the PlayStation Vita. The code was initially reported to only work on Vita Firmware 2.60, so so far we have tested the vulnerability, and along with numerous reports from other users, the native exploit for the PS Vita also works on firmware 3.18. So good news for you if you stayed on 3.18 and did not update to Vita firmware 3.30.
Sony has just announced that they will be releasing A new firmware update for the PlayStation Vita with Vita firmware 3.35. The update is reported to be coming along side with the release of the PS4 Firmware update 2.00.
Included in the upcoming Vita Firmware 3.35 update is the PlayStation Live Application, what it does is that it will enable you to view streams from other PS4 players. This feature will also be available for the PS VitaTV / PS TV which will also receive a similar firmware update.
PS3 homebrew developer KW has released a new version of PSN Patch with PSNPatch v4.65.10. The App is now available for PS3 CFW users wanting to play online with their PS3 running CFW.
What PSN Patch primarily does is that it temporarily disables CFW on your PS3 and spoof the Console ID so you can have access to PSN. Using PSNpatch will disable cfw syscalls extensions thus emulating official software. It also deletes the boot history execution, basically hiding any signs that your PS3 is running CFW and making it a lot more safe to access PSN without getting banned.
An early Christmas treat for PlayStation fans as Sony is inviting everyone to a 2-day event set in Las Vegas on December 6 and 7, this year.
Looks like Sony is throwing one hell of a party in Las Vegas this December for PlayStation fans. Sony is calling the 2-day community event as the “PlayStation Experience”. It’s in part of the 20 year anniversary celebration of the PlayStation.
Apple has started seeding iOS 8.1 beta for developers. This update technically named iOS 8.1 Beta 2, since this is the second beta version of iOS 8.1.
Release Notes for Beta 2 does not mention any additional new features, but list quite a few number of bug fixes. But we all know the iOS 8.1 update would be released in order to sort out the bugs that are present from the iOS 8.0.2 update.
Earlier, we featured an article on how to play SNES and emulate retro games on iOS 8 using a simple hack without jailbreaking your device. This time, we will show you how to stream torrents using your iPhone, iPad or iTouch running iOS 8 via a simple hack.
Popcorntime is an app that lets you stream almost any movie on your iOS device. It is an open-source media player but is somewhere in between the likes of a bittorrent client and a typical streaming app where the downloaded media files disappear from the users’ device when the App is closed. The Popcorntime App has been banned in the App store for obvious reasons and was only available for users using jailbroken devices. But with iOS 8, you can now download the App and watch free movies on your iPhone using a simple hack.
Ever wanted to play your favorite Nintendo games on your iPhone or iPad but do not want to Jailbreak your device? Well now you can!
We all know Nintendo would never officially release its huge library of retro titles for iOS devices anytime soon, so apps creator Lucas Mendes Meng has released a Super Nintendo Entertainment System emulator called SiOS for iOS users!
PlayStation 3 developer Aldo Vargas (aka Aldostools) has released an update to his PS3 File Manager IrisMAN with Irisman v3.30 with BD Unmount and PS3 File Manager Tools.
Sony has released the latest update for the PS Vita with firmware version 3.30. Although no official news has been released regarding the update, the 3.30 update is now available for download for PS Vita users.
With the Vita 3.30 update you can now use themes to add a personal touch for your PS Vita. You will now be able to personalize the Start and Home screen, System Application Icons, and even change your Vita’s background music.
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