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Here's a link on Gamespot to help you accomplish what you want. I've included the important text below. Power off the system and hold down the power button, right trigger, and playstation button at the same time and then a list of options will pop up. You can choose to restore the PS Vita, and format the memory card. There is another comment a few ...


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Yes, it is. First, follow the deactivation steps to deactivate the account (this is optional and can be done in a PC later on, but it's quicker to do it in the console). Then, go to Settings > Format > Reset the PS Vita System. After the system is reset and formatted, you can set up another account on it.


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This is game dependent, some games share a trophy list across PS4 and PS Vita, so unlocking a trophy one one device will also unlock it on another. This is particularly true for games that are "cross-buy". Other games have separate trophy lists, which means unlocking on one platform won't affect the other. Minecraft is an example of this, where each version ...


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On the Vita, PSN accounts are tied to the memory card as well as the system itself. To swap the system you have to deactivate it first and reactivate it logged into the new PSN ID. It's best to just put the Vita through it's restoration process instead of doing it on Sony's website if you want to go back and forth between ID's because Sony only allows you ...


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As for the why, there are a multitude of things that can corrupt data. The more important thing is to fix it. When experiencing data corruption issues on the Vita, step one is always to perform a database rebuild. This is accomplished via the system recovery menu. To reach this menu, power off your Vita and turn it back on while holding R and the PS ...


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Sorry to ask this to end up answering it myself, but... As stated on a PlayStation Community question (which was almost identical to what I asked) by Kermit 1970, "Use the Content Manager to back up your data to either your PC or PS3. Then put your new card in and use the Content Manager to restore your data. The cards are never registered with your SEN ...


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Short: No. It has to do with PlayStation security as well as making the games and consoles harder to hack, etc. This said, it should NOT matter if you are downloading something on your PC or your console as long as they are on the same network.



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