by Mike Bendel on November 22, 2012 @ 8:20 pm
Sony’s announced that it has identified a minor bug in the recently released PS Vita firmware 2.00, which causes the automatic save upload functionality to fail. Only PS Plus subscribers can access this feature.
To remedy the situation, Sony says it is releasing a new firmware update “as soon as possible.” That means we can presumably look forward to firmware 2.01 within the next few days. In the meantime, PS Vita users can use the Content Management app to manage and backup their save data.
With any major update we suppose bugs are inevitable — good on Sony for pushing out a fix quickly.
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