Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita and PlayStation TV, weighing in at 127 MB. The update is a minor one and includes stability improvements for both the systems. No major firmware updates are planned for the PS Vita going forward, so you can expect more stability improvements in the future.
Sony has released a new Firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.52. The new update is mandatory if you wish to access the PlayStation Network or play online. Unfortunately, the update is simply a patch to improve system stability.
Sony has released a new minor firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.51. This update fixes system stability issues when using certain features, and is required to access the PlayStation Network.
A new major firmware update for the PS Vita has been released, updating the system software to v3.50. The new update adds new accessibility options, and improved Remote Play functionality with the PS4, but it also removes the Maps application, and related functionality from the near application. The complete changelog is included below.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to version v3.36. The minor update fixes an exploit in the system that allows the execution of custom code using PSP saved game data. The PSP emulator on the PS Vita has also been updated in this update, fixing issues with PSP game emulation.
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.
Sony has released a new Firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to v3.18. The new update is optional to download and simply improves system stability during use of some features. While it doesn’t mention what features it affects, the update is likely to be needed in order to play newer games.
Alongside the release of PS4 Firmware v1.70, Sony has also released a new firmware update for the PS Vita. The new firmware updates the PS Vita System Software to version v3.15 and enhances the PS4 Remote Platy functionality.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita overnight, updating the portable console to v3.10. The major firmware update makes a number of improvements to the system, as well as adding new features to the console. New features include a Calendar application that syncs with Google, an Application Manager and Voice messaging to other PS Vita and PS4 owners.
Sony has released a minor update for the PS Vita, updating the console’s system software to version 3.01. The update doesn’t add much, apart from improving the stability of the console, but it’s mandatory for all gamers wanting to access the PlayStation Network. It appears that the patch fixes some game exploits too.