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Awesome PlayStation Vita


List of awesome stuff for Playstation Vita. Contains all most important, actual and cool things in my humble opinion.

Table of Contents

Main Links

  • VitaDB - Main database of PS Vita Homebrews, Plugins and PC Tools
  • PS Vita Store - Links to Official Playstation Vita game store
  • NoPayStation - List of PSV, PSX, PSP, PS3, PS2 and PSM game links
  • CbpsDB - Alternative source for PS Vita Homebrew apps and Plugins
  • Brewology - Yet another homebrew source for PS Vita and other consoles

Basic Stuff


  • Final h-encore² - Homebrew enabler auto installer for firmwares 3.69 - 3.73
  • Auto h-encore - Homebrew enabler auto installer for firmwares 3.65 - 3.68
  • HENkaku - Homebrew enabler for firmware 3.60
  • MLTHaku - Homebrew enabler for firmware 3.60 without memory card (for SD2VITA)
  • Modoru - Firmware downgrader
  • 0syscall6 - Remove SELF checks (allows play games on lower firmware)
  • NoNpDrm - Disable DRM protection in games
  • NoPsmDrm - Disable DRM protection in PSM games
  • FreePSM - Free in app purchases in PSM games
  • rePatch reLoaded - Allows to install custom patches
  • vshPatch - Like rePatch, but for system applications
  • ioPlus - Elevated IO permissions



Flash Adapters






  • RetroArch - Frontend for emulators, game engines and media players with bunch of cores
  • Cores List - List of RetroArch Cores for Vita
  • pFBN - Several Arcade and Console systems emulator

7th Gen

6th Gen

5th Gen


Game Engines

  • ScummVM - Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion Virtual Machine
  • GemRB - Infinity Engine reimplementation (Game Engine Made with preRendered Background)
  • EasyRPG Player - Interpreter for RPG Maker 2000, 2003 and EasyRPG engines
  • OpenBOR - Beats Of Rage 2D game engine

Interpreters & Virtual Machines







PS Vita 2000







  • Bookr - PDF, CBZ, HTML, ePub, FB2 reader
  • Noboru - Manga/comics browser/reader


  • Vita Moonlight - NVIDIA Gamestream client for Vita
  • udcd_uvc - Allows you stream your PSVita screen to PC/Android via USB



Game Tweaks




Game Patches

Adrenaline Plugins



  • Vita SDK - Development SDK for PS Vita
  • Vita Development Suite - Additional features for the PlayStation Vita SDK
  • VitaDeploy - Toolbox that makes homebrewing the Playstation Vita/TV easier
  • VitaGL - Wrapper between OpenGL and sceGxm
  • PVR_PSP2 - Native EGL, WSEGL, OpenGL ES v1.1 ports
  • QuickMenuReborn - Library for developers to easily add their own widgets, to the Vita's Quick Menu

Reverse Engineering



Awesome PlayStation Vita


List of awesome stuff for Playstation Vita. Contains all most important, actual and cool things in my humble opinion.

🧭 Table of Contents

⭐ General

🏠 Main Links

⚙️ Basic Stuff

🔓 Hacking

🎲 Gaming and Emulation

🎮 Games

  • VitaDB - A collection of ports, emulators and original games
  • VitaGL Games - List of projects using vitaGL
  • Lua Games - List of projects using Lua Player Plus

    🕹️ Emulators

  • Adrenaline - Modified official PSP Emulator
  • RetroArch - Frontend for emulators, game engines and media players
  • DaedalusX64-vitaGL - Nintendo 64 emulator (vitaGL based)
  • ScummVM - Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion Virtual Machine
  • GemRB - Infinity Engine reimplementation (Game Engine Made with preRendered Background)

💡 Customization

🔋 Utilities

🎞️ Media

🖼️ Image

☀️ Enhances

🚀 Overclocking

🛠️ Mods

💊 Game Patches

♥️ Fans

😜 Communities

📚 Miscellaneous

✏ Emulation Necessaries

  1. Yandere ghost
  2. Mesh fabric chair
  3. Mcc pc crossplay
  4. Box office clipart

PSVita Tools for the PC


The PS Vita comes with a system to copy save files that requires you to be connected permanently to the internet. This system is here to force you to update the Vita when a new version is available. In addition, it might be inconvenient for you to be constantly connected when you want to copy your files from and to the Vita. This patch is here to help you with this situation

Vitaupdateblocker V1.2

QCMA for Windows   for FW 350/3.52/3.55 Just Right-click -> settings -> Protocol -> latest. 🙂


PBP Unpacker v0.94.exe

UMDGen v4.00.exe


PS3 PSP PKG Decrypter & Extractor.exe






Vita SDK

Vita SDK is an open source toolchain for PlayStation® Vita development. This allows you to create applications, games, and more (homebrew) to run on hacked Vita consoles. You can find more information on the hack here.



Install the following (adapt the command for your system):


  1. Install either brew or MacPorts
  2. Run either or .


If you have Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, then the recommended way is to follow the Linux directions above. Otherwise, continue reading.

  1. Install msys2
  2. Run mingw64 shell and install the dependencies:


Set the environment variable to be the install destination for Vita SDK. We recommend using . We also recommend making the change to your or equivalent ( on OSX) since using the toolchain requires to be set.

Download the host package manager and install to

This will install the toolchain and the most common libraries (including zlib, freetype, libvita2d, taihen and more).


With vitasdk installed and in your , just run to get the latest toolchain build.


To remove all traces of Vita SDK, just delete your directory. You can then reverse the steps in installing the prerequisite.

Writing Code

The APIs are gathered from reversing the Vita’s firmware. It includes everything you can do with the system. It is recommended that you start by cloning the samples and by reading through them and understanding them. The environment is POSIX but the true power comes from the Sony specific APIs.

Plugins and Extensions

It is highly recommended that you are familiar with writing homebrews before attempting to write a plugin, which is significantly more difficult to do. Advanced developers can check out taiHEN for a substrate that allows you to hook system functions.


Building is done with CMake and you should familiarize yourself with the hello world CMake file to better understand how it works. SELF is the executable format that the Vita runs and the included CMake macro will build it for you. VPK is the homebrew package format and is an archive of the SELF along with data files and LiveArea and is done by the CMake macro . VPK is what is installed to the Vita as a bubble.


To run homebrew, you need a hacked Vita or PS TV. Currently the only hack is HENkaku which requires firmware 3.60. Once you installed HENkaku, open up molecularShell and copy your built VPK to through FTP. You can then install it as a bubble.


Currently, there is minimal debugging support. If your app crashes, a core dump will be generated in . You can then parse the core dump to figure out what caused the crash. If you would like to help contribute to the Vita SDK project, we would love to have a debugger for the system.

Porting libraries

vitasdk ships with a flexible -based build system for building packages that can later be installed into the SDK. To get started, clone vitasdk/packages, into a directory with a file and run . Once the package is built, you can install it with .

If you want to write your own file, here are a few examples that you can follow: a library using autotools-style build, a library using CMake, and a library where a Vita-specific patch is required.

Thanks to the Vita SDK team for creating everything! The logo was designed by @Acemad_.

You can find most of us in the #vitasdk room in FreeNode IRC. If you have any questions or need any help, don’t hesitate to ask! We also have a forums for discussions and a wiki for details on reversing engineering the Vita.


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PS Vita (TV) Hacks Guide

For support in English, ask for help at HENkaku on Discord.

If you appreciate this guide, we accept Donations.

For complete guides to homebrew and custom firmware for other devices, check out Hacks.Guide.

Thoroughly read all of the introductory pages (including this one!) before proceeding.

This guide is for retail (consumer purchased; not from the PlayStation Partner Program) consoles only!

This guide is available in other languages! Click the icon at the top right of the page to change the language. Alternatively, click here to help to keep these translations up to date.

What is Homebrew?

Homebrew usually refers to software that is not authorized by Sony. It allows you to run homebrew games, tools like save editing and backup, and emulators for various older systems.

In many cases, running homebrew on your device is 100% free using just the system browser.

What is Custom Firmware?

Custom Firmware (“CFW”) enables you to use more advanced hacks that userland homebrew can’t easily do, in addition to anything homebrew can do. Essentially all homebrew solutions on the PS Vita (TV) include a CFW of some kind.

For information on how custom firmware works, please see this post by Yifan Lu.

What does this guide install?

This guide has the end goal of taking a completely unmodified PS Vita (TV) from stock firmware to custom firmware.

The best CFW solution currently available, Ensō, allows for convenient homebrew access on your device by running an exploit at boot-time to setup the homebrew environment. It is more convenient than other CFW solutions (such as HENkaku or h-encore) as it does not require you to trigger an exploit on your device after every reboot manually.

Ensō is available on all devices with firmware version 3.65 or below, while higher firmware version devices can use h-encore to achieve a similar (if less convenient) result.

What can I do with Custom Firmware?

  • Customize your home screen with user-created themes.
  • Use “ROM hacks” for games that you own
  • Backup, edit, and restore saves for many games.
  • Play games for older systems with various emulators, using RetroArch or other standalone emulators.
  • Dump your game cards to a format you can install, and play them without needing the card.
  • Certain games only: stream live gameplay to your PC wirelessly with Rincheat Streamer.
  • Play your PSP games on your Vita with Adrenaline ePSP CFW

What do I need to know before starting?

  • Before beginning the guide, you must know the risks of Vita hacking: EVERY time you modify your system, there is always the potential for an UNRECOVERABLE brick. They’re rare, but still a possibility so make sure you follow ALL directions EXACTLY.
  • This guide will work on all PS Vita, PS Vita Slim, and PS TV devices in all regions on firmwares from 1.03 to 3.73
  • If everything goes according to plan, you will lose no data and end up with everything that you started with (games, PSN Account, saves, etc. will be preserved).
  • Keep your device plugged in and charged throughout the entire process to avoid data loss or damage from an unexpected power-off!
  • The PS Vita 2000 and PS TV models are essentially identical to the original PS Vita 1000 in terms of software. All steps which say “PS Vita” also apply to other models unless otherwise specified.
  • If you have a PS Vita 1000, you must also have an official Sony memory card (of any size) to follow this guide. This restriction does not apply to the PS Vita 2000 or PS TV as those devices have a built-in memory card.

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