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  • June 11th, 2018

    by Published on June 11th, 2018 20:29
    1. Categories:
    2. Playstation Vita News

    Heres some great news for PSVita owners (like myself)

    A couple of hours ago, TheFlow revealed that he had been working on another exploit chain for the PSVita during the last month and now, he has almost pieced it together! That by itself is great news since it means that even after he releases the exploit he’s been promising, he’ll still be sitting on yet another hack for a higher FW. This is great since Sony will presumably release a firmware update to patch his FW 3.65-3.68 hack.

    However, the good news doesn’t end there as TheFlow also announced that he will be releasing his upcoming hack in September 2018! This new ETA is more specific than ‘not before next September’ which he revealed to us a short while, so that means that in 3 months or so, you’ll be able to hack your PSVita/PSTV running FW 3.61-3.68!


    Obviously, this is very exciting news since those stuck on a firmware higher than FW 3.60 will be able to hack their PSVita/PSTV to make it more useful but there are still things to look out for!

    What should you do now?

    This is the question on everybody’s mind after major news and it’ll be explained here so that you won’t regret any impulse actions!


    You should do the following:

    • If you have a PSVita/PSTV running firmware 3.60, stay there or use TheFlow’s CFW Updater if you really want to install firmware 3.65. Currently, you should not update since FW 3.65-3.68 still aren’t hackable since TheFlow hasn’t released his upcoming hack just yet!
    • If your PSVita/PSTV is running firmware 3.61 or 3.63, you’re safe to update to firmware 3.65 NOT firmware 3.67/3.68!!
      • You should update to firmware 3.65 because TheFlow’s upcoming hack won’t support firmware 3.61 and 3.63. However, you shouldn’t update to firmware 3.67/3.68 because they won’t be getting untethered HENkaku (HENkaku Ensō) so you’ll have to reapply HENkaku/taiHEN every time you reboot!

    • Those on firmware 3.65 should stay there for the above reason.
    • However, if your PSVita/PSTV is running firmware 3.67 or 3.68, there isn’t much to do at this point except for waiting.While not necessary for hacking the PSVita, HENkaku Ensō will save you the headache of having to reapply taiHEN every reboot!

      You’re safe to update to FW 3.68 if you’re on FW 3.67 so that you can still use PSN since not much has changed between the two.

    Conclusion

    As usual, patience is key here and nagging TheFlow won’t get his hack released any faster. That means that you should patiently wait till September arrives for TheFlow’s release since after all, he doesn’t owe you anything!
    TheFlow’s Twitter (further updates): https://twitter.com/theflow0

    via http://wololo.net/2018/06/09/theflow...exploit-chain/ ...
    by Published on June 11th, 2018 19:47
    1. Categories:
    2. Nintendo Switch

    If your one of those after a Modchip for the Nintendo Switch heres some good news for you:


    • It is only a few days away before SX OS lands on your Nintendo Switch console, and you can enjoy the world of 'backup games' and 'homebrew' support on the latest v5.1.0 firmware, and as such TX has released one more announcement before the reviewers get their hands on the SX PRO which is shipping out this week worldwide to various resellers with preorders, so check it out below:
      Welcome to the last Team-Xecuter announcement before we let the reviewers take over!

      Please find final product & packaging pictures with this announcement. This is from one of the 100 review samples that will be shipped this week. If you are on the review copies list, you do not need to email us: We will send you tracking once shipped.

      For reseller information, the packaging dimension and weight with product and cable: Weight: 30g. Dimensions: 10*7*1.4cm

      We want to confirm that SX OS official launch date is June 15th. Remember this is the day we ship units to vendors, so your own tracking number from the reseller will be a few days later. Also, because this is very large product launch, we can't deliver all preordered units on D-day. If you placed your order late, you might have to wait a week more for your distributor to receive more stocks after he clears its first preorders.

      We are working 24/7 right now to make the delay to deliver all preorders as short as possible.

      As usual, a few Q&A that came back regularly:
      • Q: Is SX affected by the dreaded "battery desync" problem?
        A:
        As far as we are aware this battery desync problem currently only occurs when running Linux on your Switch.
        While extensively testing SX OS, including booting SX OS with AutoRCM we have not ran into a single battery desync issue ourselves.
        SX OS itself isn't based on Linux. We *do* allow people to run Linux (and other payloads) through our "external payload" functionality. This is at your own risk.
        If we had to give the community a hint as to where to start looking into this "battery desync" problem we'd suggest looking into how the Fuel Gauge IC (MAX17050, I2C1 addr 36) is being used by Nintendo's OS and by Linux.


      • Q: If I boot in OFW mode and play my original purchased game online, am I safe?
        A:
        Yes, you are safe to play original games online in OFW mode.


      • Q: Does SX OS plays the original games in CFW mode?
        A:
        Yes, it does.


      • Q: If I download eShop games to an SD card, can I also run SX OS on that card?
        Or do I need separate cards for Nintendo eShop games and SX OS games?
        A:
        You can use the same SD card.

      Next week, the first reviews will be online, we are sure they will be excellent as we expect!

      via

      https://www.maxconsole.com/threads/t...-sx-pro.46981/
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