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SD2Vita is a microSD to gamecard adapter for the PS Vita. This means that you can finally use a microSD card as storage for your Vita! It requires a bit of settings up though.

Instructions

  1. Download the SD2Vita drivers
  2. Download the zzBlank.img image
  3. If you haven't already, move your ux0:tai folder to ur0:tai and delete the ux0:tai
  4. Copy the SD2Vita drivers to ur0:tai
  5. Add the following to ur0:tai/config.txt
  6. *KERNEL
    ur0:tai/gamesd.skprx
  7. Backup your Vita Memory Card to your computer via VitaShell using USB or FTP
  8. Put your microSD card into your computer

Windows

  1. Download the latest release of Win32 Disk Imager
  2. Open Win32 Disk Imager and select zzBlank.img from your computer
  3. Select your microSD and click Write
  4. Take out your microSD card and put it back in again
  5. Format your card from Windows
    • File System: exFat
    • Allocation Unit Size: Default Allocation Size
    • Do not put a volume label
  6. Copy the backup you made earlier to the SD Card
  7. Put the SD Card into the SD2Vita adapter and reboot your Vita

Linux

  1. Find the whole-device node (usually /dev/sdX)
    • If you’re unsure, use the lsblk command
  2. Unmount all partitions, but don’t eject the microSD
    • umount /dev/sdX
  3. Use the dd command to write zzBlank.img to the card
    • dd if=/path/zzBlank.img of=/dev/sdXN status=progress && sync
  4. Take out the micro SD card and put it in again
  5. Create a new MBR (msdos) partition table, an exFAT partition, and format that partition
    • mkfs.exfat /dev/sdXN
  6. Copy the backup you made earlier to the SD Card
  7. Put the SD Card into the SD2Vita adapter and reboot your Vita