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.
Overnight, Sony released a major firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to version v3.00. The firmware update adds and improves a number of features, including the PS4 Link application which can be used for Remote Play and Second Screen gaming. The Group Messaging and Trophies app have also been updated to make them compatible with the PS4.
A major new firmware update was made available overnight for the PS Vita, updating the console to system software v2.60. The update includes a large number of new features and tweaks to make the console even easier to use, including a smoother looking interface, more PlayStation Plus functionality, and privacy settings for Trophies.
Overnight, Sony released a new minor firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to version v2.12. The update simply improves system software stability, but luckily it’s optional to install, so you won’t need it unless you are having issues on your portable console or unless a specific PS Vita game required the firmware to be installed.
Sony has released a minor update for the PS Vita, updating the portable console to version v2.11, less than a week after releasing firmware v2.10. The minor update simply “improves system stability and the playback of some titles”. So, if you’re having issues with running some games, this update should fix the issues for you.
The PS Vita’s firmware has been updated to version 2.10, adding many improvements and new features to the system. The firmware update adds HTML5 video compatibility to the Browser, and allows your home screen icons to be grouped into Folders, supporting up to 10 apps per folder. Improvements to other apps have also been made, including Email, Group Messaging and the Content Manager.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita, updating the system software to version v2.05. The minor update is mandatory and improves system stability during the use of some features, though Sony hasn’t specified what those features are. The firmware update blocks the recent exploit related to UNO on the PSP.
Sony has revealed (via Twitter) that a new firmware update for the PS Vita is now available to download. The minor update is optional to install and improves software stability during use of some features. The firmware updates the system software to version v2.02 and may be required by newer games.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PS Vita updating the console to version v2.01. As we reported earlier, Firmware v2.00 had a bug with synching savedata to the cloud, which has now been fixed in this minor update. The update is mandatory, even if you are not a PlayStation Plus subscriber.
PS Vita Firmware v2.00 is a massive update for the console adding many new features and improving existing functionality. The biggest change in the addition of PlayStation Plus to the console, adding automatic downloading of updates, cloud storage for gamesave data and the Instant Game Collection. The Web Browser has also been updated, along with many of the other applications.