If you have a PSVita, like listening to music, want to use a dedicated music playing app and donít fancy using QCMA to use the stock music player then your best choice is Joel16ís ElevenMPV.
This CyanogenMod/LineageOS-inspired homebrew music player supports playing a whole variety of music formats (MP3/WAV/FLAC/OGG and more) from any directory in storage and also comes with a whole slew of features including metadata support, a shuffle function and more!


ElevenMPV 2.1.0 has been released and this brings along:

  • The ability to access any directory on the PSVita thus making it an unsafe homebrew
    • This means you need to have Unsafe Homebrew enabled in HENkaku Settings and VitaShell will warn you about it being unsafe before letting you install it; it poses no risk to your deviceís well-being!

  • Lastdir.txt is removed after switching to another device to fix a bug that caused the homebrew to crash
  • Some UI fixes including a tidying up of the menu title in device settings and a fix to the cancel button of the settings menu not being used
  • Playing speed on down-sampled MP3 files has been fixed, dr_libs was updated to the latest version and decoder functions got a minor cleanup

To grab ElevenMPV 2.1.0, check out its GitHub release page to download the VPK. Itís currently not available on VitaDB (and VHBB by extension) but will soon be.

http://wololo.net/2019/07/18/playsta...th-many-fixes/