Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Aw, ok...so, first up, to make the pandora memstick, check this thread
just start with process 2
(Process #2: Creating the Magic Memory Stick with a bricked psp:(well, of course since your PSP is bricked))
after you've made the pandora memory stick, on to the pandora battery.
now, since your PSP isn't working and you don't have any OTHER PSP(specifically PHAT version) you'll be needing
to hard-mod your battery...how to do this? well, first you'll need a cutter, and of course your SLIM battery...the one that came with your PSP...
first up...you must open the battery...and you'll be doing this by using the cutter...carefully slice through the line at the sides of your SLIM battery...just be careful or you might mess it up inside...
then, after opening it, carefully prop out the circuit board of the battery...see this image
then still using the cutter, carefully cut the golden line (indicated by the small blue circle in the pic)...maybe 15 to20 runs of the cutter will do (that's what i did at least). Just dnt press too hard or you might cut through the whole circuit board ok? Then after cutting the gold line, you're through...just close the battery again and tape it up at the sides (i used packaging tape with mine, heheh...) and you're through with the pandora battery!
you'll know that you're successful making the battery when you put the battery in the PSP and the green LED light automatically turns on but there isn't any display on your PSP's screen. If it doesn't turn on automatically, just try to run a few cuts again on the line on the Batt's circuit board.
now, when you've done making youre magic memstick(or pandora memxtick) and pandora battery, just follow the steps on the link i indicated at the top where it says
"Running the files:
----------------"...and when finished, to make you're battery "normal" again, using a pencil, remember the line that you've cut before on the battery's circuit board? Just run your pencil through a few times to reconnect it and you're done. You should have your PSP running again...
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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