So it looks like Sony’s finally blocking firmware 3.60 once again. It all started late last night like always, with one country that starts to see timeout issues on PSN. While the rest of us aren’t seeing yet. So if you’re seeing a timeout issue or can access PSN, Sony finally changed up the access key as we all know they were already blocking activation access on firmware 3.60 with every little trick we had in the book, even with the PS3, activation is blocked.
— SKGleba (@skgleba) August 11, 2017
They basically made firmware 3.60 the black sheep of firmware. They don’t want you to have any way to access PSN on that firmware or even activate a Vita on Lower firmware with 3.60. Because the funny thing is you can actually activate vitas on lower firmware then 3.60 all they did was pinpoint this firmware as a problem. Kind of funny if you ask me, they went through all this trouble to stop this firmware and nothing else.
Oh well, we had a long time of PSN access thanks to Team molecule, as we lost it then we got it back and now we lost it again but we’ve had it for a lot longer than we’ve ever had it before imp.
So if you’re seeing timeout issues or anything like that on FW3.60 then PSN is done for now on FW3.60 but hey you never know we could get it back later…