A new way of storing your content has been developed in order to move away from Sony’s proprietary PS Vita memory card. You can now use a Micro SD card to store all of your homebrew and game content. Though this takes some setting up, this is the preferred way
h-encore² is the fourth public jailbreak for the PS Vita which supports the newest firmwares: 3.65 through 3.72. This is great news because even more PS Vita’s are now compatible with homebrew and custom firmware. This h-encore 2 tutorial will help you install this exploit if your Vita is on
In Japanese modoru means “to go back”. As its name suggests, modoru is a PS Vita Homebrew application that allows you to downgrade your PS Vita to a previous firmware. Firmware version 3.60 is the best firmware to downgrade to because of its homebrew compatibility. HENkaku Enso allows your PS Vita to launch
h-encore is the second public jailbreak for the PS Vita which supports the newest firmwares: 3.65, 3.67 and 3.68. This is great news because you no longer have to be on 3.60 to be able to play PS Vita backups and homebrew. This h-encore tutorial will help you install this
The Raspberry Pi is a very capable little device that can do all sorts of things. One cool thing is being able to turn it into a Raspberry Pi Plex Media Server. Plex is a media player that organizes all of your TV Shows, Movies, Music, and Pictures. The Plex
Learn how to install Emunand on your Nintendo Switch to enjoy playing games online without getting banned, have two different firmware installed, and more!
Introduction The recent RetroArch update for the Nintendo Switch – often called RetroNX – adds a major feature to the already excellent multi-emulator Homebrew Application. The latest release adds CPU overclocking to the mix, meaning that the Tegra X1 SoC can be overclocked from its default 1000 Mhz clock to
About me Welcome everyone to my first post on this blog! I would like to give a brief introduction of myself before I dive into the actual tutorial for today. My (nick)name is Nevercholt and some of you may recognize me as a known name in the Nintendo Switch hacking