Organize your Vita in update 2.10

Vita Folders

Vita fans can now organize their games and apps to their heart’s content with the new firmware update 2.10, which will include a folder system that will appeal to any neat and orderly gamer.

Based on fan feedback, the PlayStation Vita update 2.10 will implement a folder system that will make your PlayStation spring cleaning a breeze. Each folder can have up to 10 icons, which means you could place all your games and apps on one page or have one folder per page on 10 pages if you enjoy having (and seeing) various backgrounds.

Along with the folders, if you have a multitude of memory cards, you will now be able to verify on the home screen which memory card you have in your Vita and save icon layouts.

PlayStation Plus members will get more out of their subscriptions with automatic updates for PlayStation mobile titles, along with uploading save data to cloud storage through a 3G connection.

Other enhancements coming with the update includes browser video support, better email support and a “mute automatically” option that mutes your console and pauses your music player when you unplug your earphones.

Keep an eye out for the update, which is set to be released later this afternoon.

Source: PlayStation Blog


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Author: Allain Richard View all posts by
Allain Richard is a graduate of both 3D Graphics and Graphic Design College courses. With 20 years of gaming experience, he has plenty of knowledge about a wide range of games. He is also Canadian and speaks “Le Français”.

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