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04/02/19 - 11:31 pm

Custom Protocol

v01.00

A shortcut app to access quickly to CTP Website.

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Custom Protocol v01.00 by Applelo

Description
A small app to access quickly to [Custom Protocol](http://customprotocol.com) Website.

Credits
- Created by Applelo
- Wallolo & CTP Logo by Windvern
- Icons by Google Material Design Team
- Bubble by Tuxbot123 inspired by Windvern design


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Utilities


2.6 MB


04/02/19 - 11:21 pm

VitaCord

v01.51

Discord Client for PS Vita / PS TV.

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VitaCord v01.51 by coderx3

Description
This useful application allows you to use discord from PS Vita / TV, Send and receive messages in Guilds / Servers and Direct Messages, all from the comfort of your console!

Credits
- coderx3 (devingDev)
- Arkanite
- XandridFire
- SKGleba
- Rinnegatamante
- xyz
- noname120
- davee
- T3CHNOLOG1C

Changelog 1.5
- Full UI by [Arkanite](https://github.com/ArkSource).
- System software stability during use of some features has been improved.

Changelog 1.06
- Limited rendering to a MAX/MIN Y-Axis to prevent crashing when too many channels are loaded.
- Fixed keyboard bugs.

Changelog 1.05
- LiveArea from [T3CHNOLOGIC](https://github.com/T3CHNOLOG1C/).
- Multithreading, so the app doesnt softlock when it refreshes channel messages)
- Implemented word wrapping, does not work with long lines without spaces)
- Password is now hidden.

Changelog 1.04
- Under the hood code rewrite
- New UI
- Added the ability to send an recieve DMs
- Press L to switch fonts. (Will be removed soon.)

Changelog 1.03
- Added 2FA.

Changelog 1.02
- Added logging to file for error reporting.

Changelog 1.01
- Added scrolling.
- Disable voice channels, since they do not work currently.


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Interpreters


4.2 MB


04/02/19 - 10:40 pm

Lua Player Plus Vita

v00.60

Lua Player Plus Vita is the first lua interpreter made for the Sony PlayStation Vita.

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Lua Player Plus Vita v00.60 by Rinnegatamante

Description
*Lua Player Plus Vita* is the first lua interpreter made for the Sony PlayStation Vita.

The interpreter currently runs under LuaJIT 2.0.5 with slight additions from Lua 5.2.4 (for example the bit32 lib for bitwise operations).
It has also a debug FTP server to correct your errors in runtime.

Official documentation: http://rinnegatamante.github.io/lpp-vita/

Credits
- vitasdk contributors.
- *xerpi* for vita2d and debug FTP code.
- *gnmmarechal* for testing the interpreter.
- *hyln9* for vita-luajit.
- *frangarcj* for the help during 3D rendering feature addition.
- *TheFloW* for some snippets i used and some ideas i borrowed.
- Misledz for the Lua Player Plus logo.
- EasyRPG Team for the Audio Decoder used for Sound module.

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479.5 KB


03/02/19 - 03:00 am

Save Manager Plus

v04.10

Dump / Restore for PSVita game save.

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Save Manager Plus v04.10 by kylon & d3m3vilurr

Description
This tool allows to save/ restore the savegames of the psvita.

Controls
- L/R: Switch tab (GAMES / SAVES)
- Triangle: Open menu

Features
- Backup saves as decrypted or encrypted
- Bulk backup of all your saves
- Bulk delete of all your backups
- Restore encrypted and decrypted saves
- Change savefile region
- More..

About encrypted saves
- They are untouched and you can restore them as is, ie no need to start the game.

About region change option
- Most games use the same save "structure" for any region, but not all.
- Region change is 100% safe and reversible, unless i/o errors occur :P
- If the save does not work, the game uses a slightly different save structure (or your entered ID is wrong).

About orphan saves
Saves of games that are not installed in your system.

Credits
Project use these project's codes.
- VitaShell
- rinCheat
- vita-savemgr

Changelog 4.10
- Support all vita partitions
- Better VitaShell module loading (Thanks Princess-of-sleeping)
- fix a few crashes

Changelog 4.00
- Remove touch controls
- Remove list mode
- Remove ini config
- Change saves path to data/vitaSaveManager
- Change app title ID (you can keep both this and original)
- Auto replace ACCOUNT_ID in param.sfo (#75)
- Add My Saves page
- Add menu (Backup all / delete all)
- Add change savefile region option
- Support both encrypted and decrypted saves
- Support orphan saves
- Code clean up and optimization
- More.. See git logs?


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Games


9.1 MB


03/02/19 - 02:20 am

RPPHS

G33

v01.20

Top-down shooter inspired by Geometry Wars.

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RPPHS v01.20 by G33

Description
Blast your way through those shapes in this Geometry Wars-inspired twin stick shooter for the PlayStation Vita! Enter your initials for the offline leaderboards, customize your crosshair, and mess with our super-cool settings menu.. or don't, that's entirely up to you.

Settings and high scores are stored at ux0:/data/RPPHS/

Controls
- Movement: left stick.
- Shooting: right stick
- Bombs: Left or Right trigger.
- Press Right Trigger from the main menu to view credits.

Changelog 1.2
- Added:
- Spawn Events! Randomly triggered swarms of enemies. Watch out!
- Themes! Customize your game with a lotta cool changy-stuffs. Like images, and colors. Wow!
- We now have a super cool livearea. It's cool and stuff. Stuff. Stuuuuuff.
- Added a controls tutorial message, a suggestion by Aurora
- Change:
- Bullets have been rebalanced, instead of alternating between 1 and 2 rays,
you slowly progress up to 3 bullet rays. They also aren't weird anymore.
- Spawning has been rebalanced and re-written
- Snakes are now very vitaSnake-esq
- Various UI fixes such as:
- New Splash Images, making the game look like the best AAA shooter on the market (not really)
- Capitalized the 'q' in Quit. (About time, right?)
- Credits is now a menu option, with a sexy build date. AND they look 10000% cooler.
- Most bits of text that were off-centered have been polished
- A new, better font
- Button icons and descriptive text now line up properly :D
- Bug Fix a lot.

Credits
- G33: Programming, Design
- MotoLegacy: Live Area, Player/Enemies, Programming, Design

Special Thanks
- Xerpi: libVita2D
- Xyz: SoLoud Vita Port
- Rinnegatamante: FPS Counter Code
- VitaSDK Contributors
- Ivan voiro @ OpenGameArt: Background Grid
- yd @ OpenGameArt: Menu Music
- Trevor Lentz @ OpenGameArt: Game Music


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Emulators


1.3 MB


01/02/19 - 11:14 pm

SMSPlusVITA

v01.31

Sega Master System /Game Gear emulator for PSVita.

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SMSPlusVITA v01.31 by frangarcj

Description
Relive the old days, with this emulator from the hands of the developer frangarcj, which will allow you to execute your roms of Sega Master System, with support of Savestates and Rewind.


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Utilities


254.9 KB


31/01/19 - 04:19 pm

VITAident GUI

v00.74

The first system/hardware identity tool GUI for the PS VITA.

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VITAident GUI v00.74 by joel16

Description
Considering the usefulness of 3DSident, PSPident and PS2ident, I decided on making a similar project for PS Vita. VITAident is a tool inspired by PSPident - which was originally developed by Jas0nuk and later updated by Yoti. The tool was used to obtain more information about your PSP motherboard, firmware etc. Similarly the VITA version - VITAident aims to display more information about your PS VITA. It is currently a work in progress.

Features
- Displays firmware (spoof/actual) and model info (Vita fat/slim/TV/PTEL/PDEL).
- Displays PS Vita Unit (Cex/Dex).
- Displays Vita motherboard.
- Displays PS VITA CID (Console ID).
- Displays PSID.
- Displays language.
- Displays MAC address.
- Displays IP address.
- Displays PSN username.
- Displays ARM, BUS and GPU clock frequency.
- Displays GPU Xbar clock frequency.
- Displays battery life time.
- Displays battery percentage, and charging status.
- Displays battery capacity.
- Displays battery temperature in both degrees C and F.
- Displays battery voltage and cycle count.
- Displays USB/adapter connection state. (UDCD)
- Displays enter button (Cross/Circle).
- Displays current brightness and volume.
- Displays SD free and total capacity (Thanks TheOfficialFloW).

# Credits:
Major_Tom, Smoke, TheOfficialFloW, Rinnegatamante, himanshugoel2797, franci95 and fate6.


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31/01/19 - 04:14 pm

VITAident

v00.74

The first system/hardware identity tool for the PS VITA.

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VITAident v00.74 by joel16

Description
Considering the usefulness of 3DSident, PSPident and PS2ident, I decided on making a similar project for PS Vita. VITAident is a tool inspired by PSPident - which was originally developed by Jas0nuk and later updated by Yoti. The tool was used to obtain more information about your PSP motherboard, firmware etc. Similarly the VITA version - VITAident aims to display more information about your PS VITA. It is currently a work in progress.

Features
- Displays firmware (spoof/actual) and model info (Vita fat/slim/TV/PTEL/PDEL).
- Displays PS Vita Unit (Cex/Dex).
- Displays Vita motherboard.
- Displays PS VITA CID (Console ID).
- Displays PSID.
- Displays language.
- Displays MAC address.
- Displays IP address.
- Displays PSN username.
- Displays ARM, BUS and GPU clock frequency.
- Displays GPU Xbar clock frequency.
- Displays battery life time.
- Displays battery percentage, and charging status.
- Displays battery capacity.
- Displays battery temperature in both degrees C and F.
- Displays battery voltage and cycle count.
- Displays USB/adapter connection state. (UDCD)
- Displays enter button (Cross/Circle).
- Displays current brightness and volume.
- Displays SD free and total capacity (Thanks TheOfficialFloW).

# Credits:
Major_Tom, Smoke, TheOfficialFloW, Rinnegatamante, himanshugoel2797, franci95 and fate6.


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Utilities


1.2 MB


31/01/19 - 03:57 pm

Vita Backup

v02.00 Beta

A backup/restore tool for the PlayStation VITA.

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Vita Backup v02.00 Beta by joel16

Description
VitaBackup is a minimal, user friendly backup tool for the Playstation VITA. VitaBackup gives the user 100% flexibility on what they want to back up on their device. (Please look at editing backup config below). Currently the way it works is that it packs all the contents of a folder, or file to a single .tar file. After this is done, it adds the .tar file into a .zip file and compresses it if the user selects a level of compression.

Features
- Backup multiple folders/files into archives.
- Restore multiple folders/files into archives.
- Ability to delete backups created by the software.
- Offer 11 levels of compression. (0 being no compression, which is usually recommeneded)
- Select backup location. (ur0:/ or ux0:/)

Editing Backup config to allow for more backups
VitaBackup gives the user full flexibility on what they want to backup. The user can decide on a name and path in the following format:
Modify the *path.txt* file in *ur0:/data/VitaBackup/path.txt* and add entries in the following format:

*[name]~[path]*

Example:
*Trophies~ux0:/user/00/trophy
Licenses~ux0:/license*

If it is a directory do not put a forward */* at the end of the path.

Credits
- Berion for all the graphics and design used in this program.
- richgel999 for miniz.
- rxi for microtar.


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Games


296.4 KB


31/01/19 - 03:47 pm

Pickr VITA

v01.10

Pickr3DS port for PS VITA.

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Pickr VITA v01.10 by joel16

Description
PickrVITA is a port of the game Pickr3DS by BernardoGiordano. The original idea was founded by Sean M. Tracey. The objective of the game is to tap the odd colour found on the screen until you run out of lives.

Credits
- Sean M. Tracey, for the original game.
- Madebyoliver, for the heart icon.
- BernardoGiordano, for the 3DS port.
- Arkanite, for the touch input code and libVitaAudio.

Changelog 1.1
- Now includes both timer and non timer mode.
- Includes sounds. (thanks to Arkanite for libVitaAudio)
- Now count the amount you have scored in a row. (Wrong color resets the *in a row* count).
- Most if not all features are identical to the actual game.
- Includes a pause menu that can be triggered by hitting start.
- Ability to end game by pause menu.


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The Wiki Homebrew project, was born as a way to have a collection of all the homebrews of a specific scene, since the time of the PSP scene, it was tried to do through ONEinstaller, even though the project was ambiguous worked perfectly to have a collection of all the homebrews, even though it was finally removed a year later due to several problems with the database,

Now comes back with the idea again to collect as much as possible in a single site, PSVita homebrews, but focusing on adding possible descriptions and changelogs, in addition to own captures and other details, does not try to compete with other existing bases but distinguished by being different.

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