Sony’s PS Vita launched in December 2011 in Japan, and in late-February elsewhere in the world. It packs a quad-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU; a 5-inch 960×544 multitouch OLED display; a rear touchpad with multitouch; both front-facing and rear-facing cameras with frame rates of 120fps at 320×240 (QVGA) and 60fps at 640×480 (VGA); GPS; Bluetooth 2.1+EDR; PlayStation Vita card slot; memory card slot; a SIM card slot; and a multi-use port for USB data communication, DC IN, Audio (Stereo Out / Mono In), Serial data communication, and WiFi and 3G support. There’s also a WiFi-only model for those with an aversion to data contracts.
Below are instructions on how to access the Content Manager even without Internet connectivity.
1. Download the archive: http://www.mediafire.com/?hz96mvk6f1eb34y
2. Extract the archive in your Content Manager Assistant( CMA ) folder (by default this is C:/Program files/Sony/Content Manager Assistant )
3. Quit the CMA if it is running on your PC
4. Execute “run.bat” (you need to run it in “Admin mode” on windows 7 )
That’s it, now the CMA should run without requiring to be connected to the Internet.
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