PS Vita VitaShell v1.60 - USB Storage Support for PSTV user's - Consoleinfo

PS Vita VitaShell v1.60 - USB Storage Support for PSTV user's

New Theme in this anticipated update!!!

UPDATE v1.61 (03/18/2017): Small update to provide several fixes

(03/17/2017): The much anticipated release of VitaShell v1.60 that contains USB Mass Storage Support for the PlayStationTV (PSTV) aka VitaTV has been released. Also announced is the winner of the VitaShell Theme Competition, with the new theme available in this update. This update provides some additional tweaks and cleanup as PSTV user's will no longer have to see the battery indicator going forward from v1.60. This AIO File Manager for the Vita & PSTV continues to pack in creditable functionality for HENkaku users on Vita firmware 3.60. The full details of this update and also a history of logs has been provided along with some additional details from creator and developer of VitaShell, TheFlow.

Update (03/18/2017) - VitaShell 1.61 Changelog
  

    Fixed database corruption crash by inheriting 'calendar', 'mms' and 'mtp' when mounting USB ux0:.
    Fixed bug where insufficent memory dialog appeared on uma0:.
    Fixed bug where pressing triangle crashed if unsafe mode was disabled.


VitaShell v1.60 Changelog (03/17/2017):
   

    Added ability to mount uma0: and ability to use uma0: as ux0:.
    Added ability to mount game card as usb device.
    Added possibility to refresh the livearea.
    Added scrolling text for long filenames.
    Added 'Sort by' option to context menu (R trigger combo removed).
    Added 'Electron' theme by Acemad, the winner of the VitaShell theme contest.
    Added theme selector.
    Improved property dialog animation.
    Fixed text editor bugs.
    Fixed bug where USB cable wasn't recognized.
    Fixed bug where VitaShell left to livearea after deleting the updater.
    Removed battery icon in status bar for PSTV.
    File statistics are now inherited when copying.
    I/O operations speed will now be showed in KB/s.
    Made control smoother.


How to use an USB flash drive as Memory Card on a PS TV


    Format your USB flash drive as exFAT or FAT32.
    Launch VitaShell and press /\ in the 'home' section.
    Select 'Mount uma0:' and attach your USB flash drive. You can now copy stuff from/to your USB stick.
    Once 'uma0:' is listed under the partitions, press /\ again and choose 'Mount USB ux0:'.
    Your USB flash drive is now acting as a Memory Card.
    To sync all your apps on your USB flash drive, press /\ and choose 'Refresh livearea'. This will NOT refresh PSP games.
    If you wish to revert the patch, press /\ and select 'Umount USB ux0:'.





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