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Lots of people are asking how to update to firmware 3.60 without the risk of going “too far” to firmware 3.63 or above.
Enigma is a puzzle game inspired by Oxyd on the Atari ST and Rock'n'Roll on the Amiga. Enigma is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and most flavors of Linux and other modern Unices.
The object of the game is to find uncover pairs of identically colored Oxyd stones. Enigma is free software and may be distributed and modified under the terms of the General Public License.
Yifan Lu, one of the authors of HENkaku, wrote a system on the HENkaku servers to help you simply upgrade to firmware 3.60: If you’re having issues with this easy way, check the detailed steps at the source here.
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.
Then reboot and you should be good to start this tutorial.
Enigma would be nothing were it not for its levels.
Asking your PS Vita by default will only give you firmware 3.63 (or above), so we have to be a bit sneaky.
There are lots of tutos out there including here on wololo.net, but they are a bit outdated. Note that this tutorial is about upgrading to firmware 3.60, not downgrading to it!
Just click on the text link and it will take you to the download page, or, depending on whether I felt the program needed an explanation or not, or whether it's on our server, you'll start downloading.
You can find a few more programs, including emulators and ROMs, through Downloads.