Sony rolled out version 1.65 of the PS Vita's firmware earlier today to European gamers. Unfortunately for those users, Sony then found that the update was causing problems for their new portable.

The European edition of the official PlayStation Blog posted an update for users looking to snag the firmware or right the wrongs caused by installing it.

PS Vita system software update 1.65 has been taken down temporarily due to a technical fault. For any customers who may have already downloaded the firmware, they can continue as normal. We will notify you once the latest system software update is available to download again.

Yes, nothing to see here, please move along. We'll let you know once we've removed the sharks from these here invested waters.

As we indicated in our post earlier this morning, version 1.65 brings PS Vita users Notification alert toggles, caps lock functionality for the on-screen keyboard a new LiveArea icon and another standby option for power-saving.

We assume Sony will try their hands at rolling out the firmware one more time once they've fixed the "technical fault." For now, enjoy your (hopefully) working-just-fine PlayStation Vita.

[via PlayStation Blog]

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