Sony has recently released a new software update for the PS Vita with the Vita firmware 3.57 update. And aside from removing the Facebook App from the Vita, the 3.57 update has been causing all sorts of problems for those who installed this update.
According to reports, the update has been draining some people’s batteries and has been preventing users from accessing the PlayStation Store on the Vita. Some are even reporting that their digital games doesn’t work anymore after this update, resulting to black screens and errors even after rebuilding the database.
Sony has also released a new firmware update for the PS Vita with the PS Vita firmware 3.57 update.
It’s been a while since Sony has released an update for this beloved, but seemingly forgotten console. And it’s nice to know that Sony is still releasing new updates for the PS Vita. But apparently, this is just another useless update, just like with the recently released PS3 4.78 firmware update.
Sony has released a system software update for the PS3 with PS3 Firmware 4.78.
One would expect this to be another useless update, but you’d be wrong, because this is just another useless update and more. Because in this update, Sony has removed the Facebook app on the PS3 system rendering it useless (as if it wasn’t already unusable)
DeanK has released a new update for his popular Custom Firmware File manager with MultiMan ver 4.78.00.
There isn’t really anything new in this update, but rather added compatibility features so that Multiman will now be compatible with newer CFW versions.
Here’s whats included in MultiMan 4.78.00:
Every organization has tasks and projects running simultaneously, and when your team members are all working from different locations, even simple projects can become complex and overwhelming to manage. Project management software makes it easier for people to collaborate on projects and get work done from wherever they are with just an Internet connection.
Project management tools have changed the landscape for remote teams and freelancers. Team members can now share ideas, discuss developments, get feedback, access the information they need, and work together without having to be in the same room — or even the same time zone. One such project management tool is Wrike.
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Hajime Tabata, the director of Final Fantasy XV, a recently posted a news year message that includes a promising note that Final Fantasy 15 will be a memorable one and a game that you will most definitely love! Oh and officially announcing the the game will finally come this 2016.
His message reminds us that they are making a game that they ‘are incredibly proud of’, goes to show the love and dedication that they put into this game, and also, hope it will help justify why this game is coming so late in the scene.
Seems like the PS Vita is getting some love from not hackers exactly, but more like pirates.
The Cobra Black Fin is a dongle that you can use in order to play ISOs on your PS Vita, meaning people can pirate Vita games and play them for free. This news comes as a surprise since the ability to play ISOs on any device requires a custom firmware to run.
Another jailbreak news is making the rounds in the internet regarding an Xbox One Jailbreak, it’s called the XBOX One JTAG jailbreak, and you can get it for FREE! And like you’d expect, it’s just another scam by some shady people in order to get idiots answer surveys and for the perpetrators get money from it.
It claims the following:
- 100% legal
- NO BRIKS
- Downloade Games, DLC, Movies For FREE from store
- Bugs free
- Fast download and easy instalation
- You can play multiplayer games and go online
- Games from disc work
- You can use it many times
- Work on all region
- Does not require opening the console and any modification
- Just plug and install very simple
- Not void the Warranty
(can’t even spell “Brick” right!)
But guess what? no it doesn’t.
If you are stupid enough to download the file you will just be greeted with a password protected file along with instructions on how to retrieve the password. It will then just direct you to a survey site. You wont get any password, if you’re lucky you only just wasted your time, and if you’re unlucky, you get a virus of some sort.
Sony has released another useless firmware update for the PS4 with firmware 3.11.
Just a few week after releasing PS4 Firmware 3.10, Sony is at it again with a new seemingly useless firmware update.
Here’s what’s included in the PS4 3.11 update:
- System software stability during use of some features has been improved.
You can update your PS4 now via wifi or you can download the update via your PC from Sony’s website here.
Update: Some users are reporting smoother framerates after installing the update, no game specified but a good sign nonetheless.
The new CFW now has a reboot function found in the XMB you can use directly to reboot your PS3, this is quite interesting as this function was originally part of the official XMB but was somehow hidden until it was found by another PS3 developer named haxxxen.