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post #11 of 25
Avoid buying a pandora battery. Make one yourself as it is VERY easy to do. You can hard mod the slim batteries (i have done this myself on my slim daxter psp) or buy a legit SONY fat battery and get someone with custom firmware to make you a pandora battery.
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The hell is a pandora battery? lol, I have a 3600mAh I bought from bestbuy. That work? lol I have no idea.
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The hell is a pandora battery? lol, I have a 3600mAh I bought from bestbuy. That work? lol I have no idea.
Basically it's a PSP battery that is hacked in order to bypass Sony's security and access the core of the PSP in order to shove in a custom firmware. This battery can also recover "bricked" PSPs that have been unsuccessfully downgraded.

It only works with official Sony batteries, I'm not sure about the Stamnia batteries though...
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Are Pandora's Batteries hard to make?
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post #15 of 25
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Are Pandora's Batteries hard to make?
I believe you unsolder one connection, not really sure.
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Just buy a Fat and be done with it.
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post #17 of 25
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Are Pandora's Batteries hard to make?
It is EXTREMELY easy, no hardware moding required. You just need a PSP with a custom firmware and an app contained in the Despertar del Cementerio pack I send the link for in my post above. Launch the app, press a button. Done!

EDIT: The battery can be reverted to a normal battery after the mod without any side effects.
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What's so great about custom firmwares?
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post #19 of 25
To make Pandora's Battery, you need 2 PSPs - one must be on 1.5 or already on a Custom Firmware.

Here is how you do it WITHOUT a second PSP

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What's so great about custom firmwares?
Homebrew apps such as GBA games, watching movies without converting it to mp4 etc.
    
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