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I don't really want to do the whole pandora thing? Is there a way to do is solely with software?
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So if I just buy a psp with 3.71 m33 firmware on it, how to I update it to 3.90 m33? Do I just hit update?
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Its essentially that easy. But you may or may not still need a Pandora battery. (not like im into all this stuff.... but u can buy them for $60 at pandorabattery.net) Just pop it in and i think it has on-screen instruction. If u have a slim the screen wont come on with a Pandora i dont think but it will still work. Not like i been researching this or anything.... but THIS will grab you by the hand and yank you towards pirate heaven. (I AM 100% AGAINST PIRACY) but its pretty obviouse why most people want to CFW their PSPs. Oh and btw dont worry about "teh brickage".... Pandora is "teh anti-brickage". Not like i researched this or anything.... i dont plan on doing that to the PSP that i ordered 37 minutes ago on eBay. Nooo Waaay!
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Heh. I stopped modding my PSP's when Dark Alex left a looooong time ago. Back then, you needed Grand Theft Auto or a really old firmware to mod your PSP. Can anyone tell me what has changed/what are the current new things with PSP modding. I remember it was great fun and now that I have a whole summer to myself I might start toying around with that stuff again. The best purchase I made was a X2 Battery Pack and 4 GB HDD for ~75, but that probably is not a good deal now since it's been years and prices have probably gone down. I'll give rep to those who fill me in.
EDIT: The firmware is 3.40 OE-A
Edited by ubernewhacks - 6/13/08 at 12:24pm
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You could actually get a psp with any firmware, but is has to be a fat one, and use a pandora's battery and magic memory stick to downgrade it. You can buy or make the pandora's battery, but to make it you need to know someone with a hacked psp.
It doesnt have to be a fat one. The pandora battery and stick works on all models.

I have a friend who has both a fat and slim one and both are hacked firmwares.
    
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Heh. I stopped modding my PSP's when Dark Alex left a looooong time ago. Back then, you needed Grand Theft Auto or a really old firmware to mod your PSP. Can anyone tell me what has changed/what are the current new things with PSP modding. I remember it was great fun and now that I have a whole summer to myself I might start toying around with that stuff again. The best purchase I made was a X2 Battery Pack and 4 GB HDD for ~75, but that probably is not a good deal now since it's been years and prices have probably gone down. I'll give rep to those who fill me in.
EDIT: The firmware is 3.40 OE-A
Well ya im not sure about dark alex leaving but I know that now all you need is a already hacked PSP, a spare battery and a memory stick with at least 1 gig of space on it. Its really simple to mod your psp after that.

You can download or rip the psp game disks to save battery, play ps1 games and so on. But im sure you know most of this.

I dont know what you use but go to http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/ it will tell you everything you need to know about psp moding. Im sure theres a guide to making the pandora stuff there to, that or at least a link to buy them.
    
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post #17 of 46
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Well, a couple 16 gig sticks just sold for $60 on eBay. Looked like they were legit too. I will have to take a look around.
Ebay, memory sticks and legit do not go in the same sentence Unless you have the rare person that is selling his own stick to upgrade or for whatever reason, chances are it's a fake (they still work, just write a bit slower).
post #18 of 46
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You could actually get a psp with any firmware, but is has to be a fat one, and use a pandora's battery and magic memory stick to downgrade it. You can buy or make the pandora's battery, but to make it you need to know someone with a hacked psp.
Not true. I saw a guide on how to do it without a pre-downgraded PSP, but that was a few Windows installs ago, so U don't have the link. Let me look for it.

Edit: This isn't the page I bookmarked before but this will work.

And I think I've seen that avatar here on OCN before.
Edited by mrtn400 - 6/13/08 at 5:29pm
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post #19 of 46
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but you can't turn slim battery's into pandoras
Actually you can hardmod a Slim battery to work as a Pandora's which I did for my Slim. I also formatted my memory stick using a card reader on my computer and loaded m33. Hardmodding a Slim battery however requires you to reconnect two points or the battery will remain a Pandora's. I highly suggest buying the extended life battery kit if you purchase a slim. Avoid ebay/extra-cheap$$ batteries as they usually have poor performance. Stick with SONY.

edit: oh i use mine for mp3's and games. Its great to bring to work and hook up to a stereo. PSPRadio is an awesome homebrew app for getting shoutcast's as well.
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I REALLY REALLY want to do this to my PSP, I've been reading for countless hours but I've given up. I got a new Crisis Core PSP, which means it probably has that dodgey motherboard in it, and I don't really want to rip open my battery and play around inside it with no experience.

Besides I don't think I can do anything with the weird motherboard.
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