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It is possible to use one PlayStation Vita with more than one PlayStation Network account. And despite what others are saying, it's not that difficult to switch between two or more accounts. Really! Importers have been on the fence after early reports, so this article should ease their minds a bit.
Earlier this month Sony went back and forth on how the Vita works with PSN accounts. They ended the discussion by saying that the system is locked to one PSN account, and that's right. When you set up the system, the account you use is tied to the hardware. You'll have to go through a process to break that tie and set up a new account.
We're going to take you through how it's done. The process looks a bit scary as you go through, but we've tried it ourselves a few times. If done correctly, you won't lose any of your saves or data, and your system activations will be in line.
Again, we've taken most of these questions directly from Destructoid's readers. If you have more questions on the Vita's OS, UI and programs, let us know in the comments section. We'll answer them and add them to this article as soon as we can.
[Update: This FAQ has been updated after testing US PlayStation Vita hardware.]