When Sony released the Vita’s 3.10 firmware update earlier this week, we rejoiced. We would now be able to have more than 100 apps on our home screens, thanks to the limit being increased to 500. But for some, it wasn’t good news at all. The Vita’s newest system software caused problems for people with 32GB memory cards.
The problem meant that some systems either constantly rebooted after installation or simply shut themselves down and although it was reported by some other users, it seems to have been largely an issue with those packing 32GB of memory.
Well, now the new system software update is ready for you to download. Sony’s official line is “system stability” but we assume that rushing an incremental update out a few days after one that borked many people’s machines means that they quickly found and fixed the issue in question.
As ever, let us know if there’s any hidden secret features other than y’know, making your Vita work properly again.