Sony has released a new system update for PS Vita that upgrades its firmware to version 2.06. The update is mandatory, meaning that you won’t be able to sign into the PlayStation Network or browse the PlayStation Store without first downloading the new system software.
Here’s Sony’s official description of what firmware update 2.06 does:
“System software stability during use of some features has been improved.”
Many PS Vita owners are still waiting on certain features being introduced in a future firmware update. These include the ability to organise icons on the home screen into folders and turn off an annoying feature which auto-dims the backlight when there is no controller input detected after a short time interval.
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