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.
The latest PS Vita firmware went live overnight, updating the system software to v2.10. If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber and have automatic updates turned on, you’ll find the firmware update already downloaded and waiting to be installed. In addition to folders, the firmware update adds and improves a number of features.
Following from our earlier story about the PS Vita getting folder support, it now appears that Firmware version v2.10 will be released this week, with folder support confirmed. The current source is a Japanese blog, but you can expect an official post from Sony to confirm soon. The firmware update will also add video streaming to the console.
The PS Vita could be getting folder support in the next firmware update, according to a comment on the European PlayStation.Blog. SCEE Blog Manager, Fred Dutton, replied “we may have good news for you very soon” in response to a query about “a Vita firmware update to stack your games in folders and for the memory card to save the layout of apps and games etc.”
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. It is likely that the firmware will be required with playing newer titles.
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.