Sony has released Firmware v3.30 for the PS Vita, adding the ability for gamers to personalise the PS Vita’s Start and Home screens, system application icons and the system’s background music through custom Themes. The update also brings improvements to the Trophies and Calendar apps. The full changelog can be found below.
- [Theme & Background] has been added to [Settings].
- Full array of languages has been added to [External Keyboard] settings (previously was Japanese and US English only).
- [Import Saved Data] feature has now been fixed after becoming broken with release of system software 3.15.
- PS4 Remote Play now supports two players simultaneously.
- Added timezone for Nouméa and daylight savings support for Wellington, New Zealand.
- “Intellectual Property Notices” are now listed in the app menu on the LiveArea screen.
- A savegame exploit, several kernel exploits, a WebKit exploit and some internal system flaws have been fixed.
- Trophy rarity can now be viewed.
- Users can now attach and send events created in [Calendar] to [Messages] and [Email]. Recipients can save those events in their own calendars.
- Users can now add Friends and other players to events created in [Calendar].
- The Calendar app’s LiveArea now supports the next six tagged events.
- The system’s [Browser] now supports closing all open windows.
- Support for Content Manager Assistant with Windows XP and Mac OS X Leopard has been discontinued.
- The name of the VTE-1000 series has been changed to PlayStation TV or PS TV within system applications.
- A maximum of 4 wireless controllers can be connected to the PS TV. The number of players depends on the game or application.
- North American and European PSN accounts can now be used with the PlayStation TV.
- Detailed warning prompt added to Standby/Shutdown screen on PlayStation TV devices.