While the entirety of the PS Vita scene seems to be dead, Yifan Lu comes round by releasing his OpenCMA for Linux and libVitaMTP. Since Sony does not support Linux with their CMA this will be a relief for people who do not have access to a Windows or OS X computer. Besides, this application is open source allowing other developers to port it over and to extend developement. If you wish to create something of your own then you can use his libVitaMTP.
Total_Noob released an update to his excellent CEF. This latest version fixes some problems people were having using the Super Collapse 3 and Japanese Urbanix exploit.
The update can be installed from within CEF TN-V v2 trough the update feature or be downloaded to PC and installed as usual.
On the same day as Sony released their official firmware 2.10, The_Z already managed to get the VHBL to run. It started out with a proof of concept PSP usermode exploit but he then managed to port the required VHBL files. He’s working on a release so get ready if you have missed homebrew happiness on your Vita!
Sony has released their official 2.10 firmware for PS Vita. Unlike most of the time, this update actually adds a few new and neat options to the system. We are now able to create folders, play browser video’s, view enhanced e-mails and a few other things. OpenCMA r5 is reported to be working and so are some unpatched exploits.
Developer Total_Noob has updated his CEF TN-V for the 2.02 UNO exploit. The update includes a few new additions and some bugfixes. The update can be downloaded and installed as running a homebrew or directly downloaded trough Network Update in the XMB. Take a look at the video for the new features.
The latest VHBL for firmware 2.06 has been tested to be less compatible with homebrew then what we have been used to. Developer Jeo Way has tried to improve the compatibility by altering the VHBL files and working on getting previously not-working homebrew to run. So far he has made quite some progress and so he has released the files.
Now that the latest exploited game has been removed by Sony from their PS Store, Wololo released the files required to get VHBL running on the latest 2.06 official firmware.
User TomTomDu80 has announced the title being used in order to run the VHBL on your PS Vita running official firmware 2.06. The game Apache Overkill is a PSP Mini and available on most but not all PS Stores and still available as of this moment.