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.
Step 1: Turn on WiFi to install Henkaku.
- Enable Wifi on the Vita and then go to the broswer.
- Go to http://henkaku.xyz 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:
- Clear the browser’s cookies and history.
- Reset the PS Vita and launch the browser again.
- 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).
- Install Enso and VitaShell in the folder they were transferred to.
- Press X 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.
- Go to the Home page and scroll down and launch Enso.
- Press O to accept the terms and conditions.
- Press X 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.
- Go to Settings, Henkaku Settings, 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.
- 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.
- 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.