Install MAMBA and PS3MAPI payload (if not already installed) Load artemis_ps3into VSH Access codes from an online database Access user codes Allow for users to enter their own codes from Artemis Sorts codes and games alphabetically Lazy Bastard - Project Founder Berion - GUI Graphic Designer Dnawrkshp - Creator of Artemis PS3-GUI and Artemis PS3-PRX Nz V - PS3MAPI (on which Artemis is dependant upon) PS2Dragon - Artemis Logo Release Log 0.06 - Added move support for faster moving files/directories instead of copy/delete.
- Added very basic LUA support (only string/math libs echo function).
VHBL has an embedded way to install PSP homebrews from within VHBL itself, but it is convoluted, it requires special packaging of PSP homebrews in carefully crafted zip files. With HENkaku, you only need to download the PSP homebrew of your choice on any PSP site (e.g.
our database here) and copy it in the right folder of the PS Vita via FTP. Sony have added security measures to that specific folder on the Vita which is why we are using “VHBL” instead of “GAME” here.
If, for some reason, the technique above does not work for you, you can still use the “older” and more complex technique, described below: We’re basically tricking the PS vita into thinking it found the latest update on our PC through the use of QCMA.
Note for those of you who have downloaded (but not installed yet) firmware 3.61/3.63, or anything above 3.60: you can allegedly delete it from the bubble at the corner of your PS Vita.
- Added filesize information - Added Comgenie's Awesome Filesplitter (Windows) - Added Creation of new folders - Added Renaming of files/folders - More fixes for different screens - Color highlight of the selected file Release Log 0.04 - Fix for different (SD) screens (bigger text on lower resolutions).Native PS Vita homebrews are expected to be more powerful, run at a higher resolution, etc… But because the PS vita scene barely started, there’s not many of them (although there’s a quickly growing number of emulators for PS Vita).There are, on the other hand, many PSP homebrews, including but not limited to emulators.(For those interested in historical anecdotes, I released the first version of VHBL in 2012)Long story short (but you should really read what’s below): Here’s the most complete database of PSP Homebrews.There’s a lot of confusion here because installing homebrews with VHBL has evolved with versions: as Sony increased their security measures, it became harder and harder to install PSP Homebrews with VHBL, so you will find conflicting information on this depending on what sites you are looking at.