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Content Manager Assistant Mac Download

Apr 06, 2018. Download Content Manager Assistant and follow the instructions on this page to install the application. Connect your PlayStation Vita system to your PC / Mac. Connect your PlayStation Vita to the PC / Mac using the USB cable that was supplied with the PlayStation Vita system (make sure the PS logo is facing upward when connecting the cable to. Adrenalin Bubble Manager is a super awesome app, but it seems that latest update to adrenaline itself totally broke the compatibility. Why I try to run a game, only PSP's XMB starts off. Is there any other app to turn PSP's ISO/CSO into a bubble? Or there is a workaround? Maybe developer promised to update Adrenalin Bubble Manager as well.

Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation® is a computer application that enables data transfer between a PS Vita system and a computer. By installing it on your computer, you can do things like copy content from your computer to your PS Vita system and back up data from your PS Vita system to your computer.


Open Migration Assistant. Click Continue. When asked how you want to transfer your information, select the option to transfer to another Mac. Click Continue. On your new Mac: When asked to select a Mac, Time Machine backup, or other startup disk, click the appropriate icon. Click Continue. You might see a security code. On your old Mac. Apr 18, 2017.

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Backing up saved data and application data (game data)

You can back up the saved data for games played on your PS Vita system, and the application data (game data) for games purchased from PlayStation®Store to your computer.

Copying music, image, and video files

You can display lists of music, image, and video files stored on your computer and transfer the files to your PS Vita system. You can also transfer music, image, and video files in the opposite direction.


Backing up system files

You can back up system files saved on the PS Vita memory card or in system memory to your computer.

Performing a system update of the PS Vita system

When a Wi-Fi access point is not available, you can perform a system update of the PS Vita system using a computer that can connect to the Internet.

For detailed operating instructions for each feature, and for information about other features, see the User’s Guide for the PS Vita system.


Download the installation file and save the file on your desktop or in a convenient folder. When the downloaded file is launched, the installation screen for Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation® will appear. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform the installation.

  • During the installation process, dialog boxes might appear that direct you to download components (additional software) needed to operate Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation®. If this happens, follow the on-screen instructions to download the components.
  • After the installation is complete, a message about creating the database for the PS Vita system appears the first time you launch Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation®.
  • After the installation is complete, if the Autoplay dialog box (shown below) appears, click '×' in the upper right of the dialog box to close it.


From the Windows® control panel, select “Add or Remove Programs” (if using Windows® XP) or “Programs and Features” (if using Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 or Windows® 8), and remove the program shown below.

Content Manager Assistant Mac Download Software

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If you want to transfer data between a PC/Mac and a PS Vita then you’ll need to use Sony’s Content Manager Assistant Program. For example, transferring screenshots of PS Vita games, music for custom soundtracks or backing up those all important save game files.

It’s a free download from the official website.

Content Manager Assistant Features:

  • Copy music, image and video files between PC/Mac and PS Vita
  • Backup saved games
  • Backup downloaded games
  • Backup system files
  • Update PS Vita firmware

After you’ve installed the program and setup the locations of various folders (shown below) you can plug in your PS Vita using the supplied USB cable and start creating custom soundtracks or viewing in-game screenshots on your PC/Mac.

The most important folder of the lot is called Applications/Backup files. This is where all your save game files and downloaded games get backed up to. If you have a lot of games this folder will take up quite a bit of space on your hard disk. For example, backing up Uncharted: Golden Abyss eats up 3398Mb.

If you’ve bought one of the 4Gb or 8Gb memory cards then the Content Manager Assistant will prove invaluable in shuffling content between your PC/Mac if/when the memory card gets filled up.

The PlayStation Vita will be released on the 22nd Feb 2012 – Wi-fi only and Wi-Fi + 3G models.

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