Today an update for Sony’s PS Vita was supposed to be released, it was, but then promptly taken down due to a technical fault.
Sony, via the EU PS Blog has stated that the new firmware update will be made available again soon, and for those who downloaded the update to continue as normal until a new update is issued.
“PS Vita system software update 1.65 has been taken down temporarily due to a technical fault. For any customers who may have already downloaded the firmware, they can continue as normal. We will notify you once the latest system software update is available to download again.”
Update 1.65 will bring in some rather handy updates to how the PS Vita functions, such as an ability to disable notification alert messages, prolong the standby time to ten minutes, inclusion of a Caps Lock on the on screen keyboard, and an arrow to indicate new Live Area features.
Some users have also noticed extra additions to the Vita firmware that Sony haven’t mentioned, including: improvements to how often Near updates, percentage bar when installing a game, ability to background download when manually entering sleep mode, and possibly that Minis from Plus are also working.