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Installing HENkaku

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Required Reading

HENkaku is an exploit chain for the PS Vita (TV) which will allow for the installation of homebrew applications to the LiveArea Screen. It is only compatible with the firmware version 3.60.

Note that the HENkaku exploit chain is not “persistent” (meaning it does not remain installed after a reboot). Fortunately, this is only a temporary restriction until HENkaku Ensō is installed on the next page.

In addition to running the HENkaku exploit, we will also enable access to “unsafe” homebrew which gives extended permissions to homebrew applications. This idea could be considered analogous to the “administrator” mode on a computer.

If you have a PS Vita 1000, you must also have an official Sony memory card (of any size) to follow this guide. This restriction does not apply to the PS Vita 2000 or PS TV as those devices have a built-in memory card.

What You Need

  • An internet connection on your PS Vita (TV)


Section I - Launching HENkaku

  1. Launch the browser and go to the following URL on your device:
  2. Tap “Install”
  3. Read the disclaimer, then tap “Install”
  4. If the exploit was successful, you will now have a bubble on your LiveArea screen named “molecularShell”.
    • If the exploit was successful but the molecularShell application is missing, perform the exploit again and press R1 when prompted to re-install molecularShell.

If you have just downgraded and have VitaShell in your memory card, HENkaku won’t install molecularShell as it will detect a pre-existing taiHEN config. This will not be an issue.

Section II - Configuring HENkaku

  1. Launch the Settings application
  2. Navigate to
  3. Check “Enable Unsafe Homebrew”
  4. Return to HENkaku Settings menu
  5. Close the Settings application

Continue to Installing Ensō (3.60)


Installing Henkaku on PS VITA 1.04 – 3.73 + ENSO – ALL FIRMWARE – ALL METHODS

This video will show you how to install Henkaku Enso on PS Vita with firmware 1.04 – 3.73. There are several methods to follow, enjoy the video.

0:50 Updating firmware manually to 3.60 or 3.65
6:00 Updating firmware online to 3.73
7:06 Jailbreaking firmware 3.73 then downgrade
17:41 Jailbreaking firmware 3.60
20:29 Jailbreaking firmware 3.65
26:38 Finalizing step

For those who have a PS Vita on 1.04 – 3.57, do the following guide :
0:50 , 17:41 or 20:29, then 26:38

For those who have a PS Vita on 3.60, do 17:41 then 26:38

For those who have a PS Vita on 3.65, do 20:29 then 26:38

For those who have a PS Vita on 3.67 or higher, do 6:00 then 7:06, then do 26:38

I have deleted the Vita Update Blocker.vpk since we don’t need it anymore.


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HENkaku 変革

The revolution is here. Unlock your Vita and run unofficial games and applications.


VitaDoom HENkaku is the first ever homebrew enabler for PS Vita and PSTV. It is akin to jailbreaking your iPhone or rooting your Android device.

Homebrew are games and other software not officially approved. For example, VitaDoom is a port of the classic game DOOM and mGBA lets you play Game Boy Advance ROMs. You can find more examples in the showcase.

Best of all, HENkaku is 100% free. No cost. No ads. No “donations”.

Visit from the built-in web browser on your PS Vita and press the “Install” button to install HENkaku. You must do this every time you reboot the console–that is, every time you turn the console off and on again.

You need a PS Vita or PSTV running system firmware 3.60. Unfortunately, it is not possible to run HENkaku on any device running a higher firmware version and it is also not possible to downgrade your system firmware.

In order to transfer homebrew to your device, you also need a FTP client for your computer. We recommend FileZilla. Finally, you need an internet connection to install HENkaku.


  • Vita on firmware 3.60
  • Internet connection
  • FTP client on your PC

It is important that you never update your Vita past 3.60 if you ever wish to use HENkaku now or in the future. If you do update, all your installed homebrew will no longer work and you cannot install any homebrew in the future.

If you are considering purchasing a new PS Vita or PSTV in order to use HENkaku, follow the upgrade instructions in order to upgrade to 3.60 and not the latest firmware. Because Sony has stopped producing new Vita units in the west, all brand new stock except the latest Japan only colors come with an old firmware. Therefore we recommend buying new rather than preowned or refurbished.

More details and troubleshooting can be found in the usage guide. If you are a developer, please check out the developer guide and help contribute to the homebrew community.

Как установить игры на PS Vita henkaku - Установка игр на прошитую PS Vita

Enso allows Henkaku to stay permanently on the PS Vita on firmware 3.60 even after shutting or restarting the PS Vita. This means the PS Vita will remain “hacked.” This guide install Enso for those who downgraded/upgraded their Vita to 3.60.

Files Needed

Enso for 3.60: GitHub Link 
VitaShell: GitHub Link 

Step 1: Turn on WiFi to install Henkaku.

  • Enable Wifi on the Vita and then go to the broswer.
  • Go to and touch Install.
    • If you get an error screen, press Ok
  • Wait for everything in the molecule screen to finish installing.
  • If you are having issues with the browser try these steps:
    1. Clear the browser’s cookies and history.
    2. Reset the PS Vita and launch the browser again.

Step 2: Download and Transfer Enso and VitaShell.

  • Download Enso and VitaShell (if you downgraded you should already have VitaShell Installed).
  • Go to the home screen on the Vita and scroll down to the newly installed Molecular Shell and launch it.
  • Press Select to bring up the FTP server information.
  • Transfer the ENSO and Vitashell vpk through FTP to any folder in ux0 (I usually create a VPK folder).

Step 3: Install ENSO and Vitashell.

  • Install Enso and VitaShell in the folder they were transferred to.
  • Press to confirm installation of both vpks.
  • Go back out to the home page and go to Settings.
  • Go to Henkau Settings and Enable Unsafe Homebrew.

Step 4: Go Back to the Home Page and Launch Enso.

  • Go to the Home page and scroll down and launch Enso.
  • Press to accept the terms and conditions.
  • Press to start the installation process.
  • Once installation is complete, press any button to reboot (this may take a while).
  • Now when booting up you should see the Enso logo instead of the PlayStation logo.

Step 5:  Spoof Firmware.

  • Go to Settings, HenkakuSettings, and then Spoofed Version.
  • Make sure Enable Version Spoofing is checked.
  • Enter the newest firmware, which is 3.73.

The next two steps are for those who used Modoru to downgrade their Vita and want to load their previous hacks.

Step 6:  Delete ux0:tai.

  • Launch VitaShell and to go ux0:tai.
  • Highlight the tai folder in ux0 and press Triangle and then X on delete.
    • IF your old renamed tai folder is in ux0, rename it back to tai. Else move on to step 7. 

Step 7: Rename old Tai folder. 

  • In VitaShell go to ur0:tai if your renamed folder used to be ur0:tai.
  • Highlight boot_confiq.txt, press Triangle and then Copy.

  • Go back to your old tai folder (I renamed mine T), highlight the .., press Triangle and then Paste.

  • Press O to go back then highlight tai, press triangle, and then Delete.

  • Rename the original tai folder (T in my case) back to tai (press triangle and then Rename).
  • Press Start and then Reboot.

Henkaku ps vita


Custom firmware for PS Vita

HENkaku Ensō is the evolution of the HENkaku jailbreak that opened the PS Vita and PSTV to a new universe of customization and user created content. Install it once and your Vita will be permanently hacked--no need to apply it after each reboot. Just enable HENkaku, install the following vpk, launch it, and follow the on-screen instructions.


Does this work with firmware 3.61/3.63/3.65? No.

How do I use this "vpk"? You need to install HENkaku first. Then open up molecularShell and press "Start" to enable the FTP server. Then connect using a FTP client and copy the vpk to "ux0:/data". On your Vita, browse to "ux0:/data" and select the vpk to install it. Then you should have a new bubble in LiveArea which you can launch to install ensō.

Will this harm my Vita? The short answer is "not likely." The long answer is that it does make permanent modifications to your system so there's always the chance that something goes wrong. However, we had months of testing done by over a hundred testers without any major problem so we are fairly confident in the code. Nevertheless, we will not provide any warranty if something wrong does happen so if you do not wish to take the risk, we recommend using the HENkaku offline installer as a risk-free alternative.

How do I uninstall ensō? First, note that you can "deactivate" ensō without uninstalling it by deleting "ur0:tai/boot_config.txt". You can "reactivate" it again by opening the ensō installer and using the Square option to fix the boot config. Otherwise, you can fully uninstall ensō with the Triangle option. Note that if you no longer wish to use HENkaku, you should clean up any installed homebrew before uninstalling ensō.

Help! I installed a bad taiHEN plugin and my Vita doesn't boot anymore! You can disable taiHEN plugin loading by holding L during boot.

Help! I messed up something else and my Vita doesn't boot anymore! You can reset all Vita settings (including non-hack related ones) from safe mode by selecting "Restore the PS Vita System". You can also enter safe mode by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery during a failed boot loop. Note this does not uninstall ensō but keeps it inactive. To reactivate it, you must run the ensō installer and use the Square option to fix the boot config.

Can I see the source?Here is the source code and here is more information on who we are.

PS Vita Permanent Mod/Jailbreak Guide (2021)


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