- Go to Settings > Format > Restore Default Settings.
- This will erase all of your data, so be sure to back it up first!
How to Factory Reset a PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) via Safe Mode
How to Factory Reset PS Vita
To hard reset your PS Vita, hold down the power button for about 10 seconds until the device powers off.
To wipe your PS Vita before selling it, you’ll need to delete all of your data and settings. To do this, go to Settings > System > Format Memory Card.
There is no way to reset a PS Vita without a password. If you forget your password, you will need to contact Sony customer service for help.
To erase your PS Vita memory card, go to Settings > Format > Erase.
To change the account linked to your PS Vita, you’ll need to first deactivate the old account. To do this, go to Settings > PlayStation Network/Account Management > Activate as Your Primary PS4 and select Deactivate.
Next, create a new account and activate it as your primary PS4. To do this, go to Settings > PlayStation Network/Account Management > Activate as Your Primary PS4 and select Activate.
To deactivate your PS Vita, you need to go to the Settings menu and select PlayStation Network/Account Management. From there, select the Deactivate All button.
There are a few ways to reset a frozen PS Vita. One way is to hold the power button down for 10 seconds until the device turns off. Another way is to hold the power button and the PS button simultaneously for 10 seconds until the device turns off.
To unlock a PS Vita, you need to input the correct password. The default password is “1234”.
To format your SD card on your PS Vita, go to Settings > Storage > Format Memory Card.
Yes, you can have two accounts on PS Vita. To create a new account, go to Settings > PlayStation Network/Account Management > Create New User and follow the on-screen instructions.
To unlink a PSN account, you’ll need to go into your settings and find the “Account Management” section. From there, you can select “PSN” and then “Sign Out”.
The flashing green light on a PS Vita usually means that the device is charging.
The blue light on the PS Vita means that the device is in standby mode.
There are a few reasons why your PS Vita might be blinking blue. One possibility is that you need to charge the device. Another possibility is that you have a new message or notification. If neither of these explanations seem to fit, you might want to consult PlayStation Support for more help.
The blue light of death on the PS Vita is usually caused by a hardware failure. If your PS Vita is still under warranty, you can send it in for repairs. If it is not under warranty, you can try to fix the issue yourself. There are several guides online that can help you with this.
To start your PS Vita in safe mode, hold the power button down for about 10 seconds until the device powers off. Once it’s off, press and hold the power button again until the device turns on and you see the safe mode screen.
The blinking green light on your PS Vita is likely caused by a low battery. To fix it, plug the AC adapter into the PS Vita and plug the other end into an outlet.
To turn on a PS Vita, hold down the power button for a few seconds until the device turns on.