Sony has removed the bug ridden 1.65 firmware and just released firmware update 1.66, details inside.........
Previously Sony pushed out firmware 1.65 which added some basic features such as:
- You can now disable the notification alert messages that indicate when friends sign in, messages are received and other activities. To disable these alerts, got to [Settings] > [Sound & Display] > check/uncheck [Notification Alerts]. Additionally, Notification alerts will now display for five seconds instead of three seconds
- ‘After 10 Minutes’ has been added as an option in [Power Save Settings] > [Auto Standby]
- An arrow will indicate when new activities are available in LiveArea
- Caps Lock is now supported by the on-screen keyboard. Simply double-tap the Shift key to enable it
However a few hours later Sony removed the update from PSN as it disabled Ad-Hoc support for a unknown reason update 1.66 is identical to 1.65 but without the Ad-Hoc bug.
Let us know what you want in the next PS Vita update in the comments below!