But then, I'm usually geeky enough to deal with any problems that may arise as a consequence.
By being a firmware update 'early adopter', I'm accepting that I'm going to be used as a guinea pig by the manufacturer in question.
This article provides information about how to update all the firmware for your Dell Power Edge servers in one step via the ISO images (ISO-files) provided below.
These include a small bootable Linux distribution and a collection of all firmware (repositories) for a specific server model.
Please use 256MB or larger SD/SDHC card and format the card in the camera body.* To avoid loss of your important data, please check the SD/SDHC card before formatting Insert the SD/SDHC card containing the firmware into your camera.
If, for some reason, the technique above does not work for you, you can still use the “older” and more complex technique, described below: We’re basically tricking the PS vita into thinking it found the latest update on our PC through the use of QCMA.
Note for those of you who have downloaded (but not installed yet) firmware 3.61/3.63, or anything above 3.60: you can allegedly delete it from the bubble at the corner of your PS Vita.
I may get great new features, speed improvements and other such benefits eventually, but really I'm just an unofficial beta tester.
Any bugs in the code or negative impacts on usability and I'm just going to have to deal with them.