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PS Vita system software update 2.10 adds folders, video playback


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Hi everyone. I would like to let you know about an exciting update coming to PlayStation Vita. On 10th April, System Software Update Version 2.10 will be released, adding lots of new features.

Firstly we’ve introduced a folder system for the home screen, so you can now conveniently organise your games and apps however you like. You can save up to 10 icons in one folder and give it a specific name.

Secondly, we’ve introduced support for video playback on PlayStation Vita via the internet browser. You can now play your favourite videos in the internet browser and watch them again and again.

We have also added a new feature into Group Messaging to allow you to send a message to more than one person. Now you can select multiple PSN friends at the same time to send messages simply by selecting them from your Friends list.

Plus, we’ve made the following enhancements:

  • Email – add multiple addresses per contact and display HTML messages
  • Photos – zoom-in in HD
  • Sound – auto mute
  • Email – search message body
  • PlayStation Plus – upload Game Saves via a 3G network connection

So that’s our brief overview of some of the new PlayStation Vita features in system software update version 2.10 – applicable to both the 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi models.

Note: Up to 100 icons can be displayed on the home screen, including icons inside folders. A memory card must be inserted in your PS Vita system to view videos. Some types of videos cannot be played.

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