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Who's Looking for Some PS Vita Friends?

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There's a new Sony handheld on the market, and one that makes better use of the PlayStation Network's friend features than the PlayStation 3. Commenter Grizzly_Chin believes this calls for a Vita friend exchange post. Speak Up on Kotaku agrees.

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So I got my Vita today and I think it'd be cool to add some people on Kotaku.

Add me, I'm Wholesomeflame. I currently have no friends. BE MY FRIEND.

Editor's Note: The names in the friend list image above have been truncated (except mine). If they want you to know, they'll tell you!

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Protips

While the PS Vita is turned off:

Press and hold the Power Button, PS Button, and R (shoulder) button at the same time for 5 seconds: Enter Recovery Mode.

While the PSVita is on:

Press and hold the Power Button for three seconds and release: Turn off the PSVita (swipe to power off).

Press and hold the PS Button for two seconds and release: A panel pops up allowing you to change brightness, music volume, disable mic, and audio chat settings.

Press and hold the Power Button for 10 seconds and release: Force the PSVita to power off immediately.

Press PS Button and Start Button together and quickly release: Take a picture of the current PSVita screen.

In Settings -> System -> System Information menu, press and hold together L (shoulder), R (shoulder), Left, and Square buttons for more than five seconds, release and immediately press Start button once. You can now scroll down and see more information about your Vita.