It’s official, a team named Molecule have discovered an exploit for the PlayStation Vita which provides users with full access to the system. This exploit even allows player to run homebrew games and applications with no issues.
The enabler, named HENkaku, was released over the weekend for free and works with all PlayStation Vita and PlayStationTV that use firmware 3.60 which is the most current firmware available; it can be downloaded through the web browser. HENkaku installs the Molecular Shell app which acts as the gateway for homebrew games.
Some hopeful users will be dissapointed that this hack does not enable piracy; the developers of the hack explained that they will not create anything to support piracy. This exploit is purely to provide the PlayStation Vita with more games. With this new hack, the device might receive a new resurgence as the console will finally gain more games.
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