Technical fault hits update soon after release
Sony‘s firmware update 1.65 for the Vita has been temporarily taken down from their servers “due to a technical fault.”
The new update released earlier this morning with a number of improvements to the general functionality of the device. Sony has said that owners who have already downloaded the update are free to use the Vita as they normally would.
Features contained within the new firmware include disabling all notifications, and auto-standby time setting of ‘after 10 minutes,’ and a Caps Lock feature for the on-screen keyboard.
Along with those, some of the additions to the background processes include more frequent Near updates, background downloading enabled when putting the device into sleep mode manually, and an on-screen percentage bar that appears during game installations.
Sony has put no timetable on when the update will return to its servers, but says that users will be notified as soon as it is made available for download.
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