Starting today, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia will offer system software version 2.10 update for the PlayStation Vita with several updates and changes to the Vita’s interface as well as capabilities.
One of the most sought-after update is the ability to create folders, which has been implemented in this update; it allows the storage of up to 10 icons per folder and a maximum of 100 on the home screen. Other than this added function, here are several others added/improved capabilities that will be present in update 2.10:
- Capable of verifying which Vita card you are using just by looking at the home screen’s info bar. You can also save the layout of your home screen icons in the memory card.
- Using mobile connection (3G), you can upload/download save data to the online storage as long as it does not exceed the size limit. (Only for PlayStation Plus members)
- Browser streaming is supported, but this is not applicable for all videos; some of them are not supported.
- The email also have added function such as: being able to view HTML emails, ability to add multiple contacts, and a new search function.
- Send messages to multiple recipient at once without using group chat
- After unplugging your headset, the Vita’s speakers will automatically be muted and your music will be paused
- [ WIFI power-saving mode ] has been added under [ Power settings ]
- [ Disconnect WIFI automatically ] has been removed from [ Network ] > [ WIFI setting ]
- nasne also received increased compatibility and user interface enhancement, allowing users to copy recorded programs to their PSVita to watch on the go.
- If you’re using the same wireless network as your nasne, you can copy your videos over to the nasne effortlessly.
The last two points are only applicable to users in Japan, as nasne is a Japan-exclusive HD digital recording system that utilizes torne. Both nasne and torne do not have any plans for a western release.
Below is the Japan release video for version update 2.10: