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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Vita Half-Byte Loader - VHBL for Everybody's Tennis Released!





Following the announcement of the next exploitable game on the PS Vita, the Vita Half-Byte Loader (VHBL) for Everybody'a Tennis has been released. Currently, the exploit is only working for EU, US, and JP game versions, while there is currently no HK version fix available. For those of you looking to purchase this game, you are too late as Sony has already removed the game from the online store.



Thanks to the great work of wth, here is the long awaited second release of VHBL. Those of you who missed the Motorstorm exploit probably had a chance to grab a copy of Everybody’s Tennis before Sony pulled it (let’s be happy, they gave us a bit more than 30 hours this time, last time was 8 hours). If not, well stay tuned, there are still other PSP user exploits lying around, and I’m sure something will come eventually.

But let’s get to the real subject here, this new release of VHBL. Sadly, I didn’t test it myself on my Vita, only on a PSP, so here’s to hope everything will go well. The full port has been done by wth (a.k.a. Yosh), with some help from Teck4 (JP exploit), and msparky83 and mamosuke (testing). I wasn’t involved in this port, so all credit goes to these guys. I want to thank as usual all the developers behind HBL, who made it relatively easy to port, in particular m0skit0 and JJS. Yosh also adds special thanks to dridri85, Zer01ne, Truthkey, and other devs who kept this a secret while it was being developed. From the readme:

- HBL port to the EU/US/JP versions of the exploit by Yosh
- EU/US Exploit by Yosh, JP Exploit by teck4, discovered by Yosh
- wololo for the help
Thanks go to:
- All the devs who made HBL what it is today, in particular m0skit0 and JJS
- dridri85, Zer01ne, Truthkey and all the other devs who kept the secret, that’s much appreciated guys
- Monsieur2T2R for the cool VHBL icons/wallpapers

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