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No it doesn't need to be a fat one
Pandora's work on slim and fat psp's but you can't turn slim battery's into pandoras, you'll need to borrow/buy one, but since you need custom firmware to turn the battery into a pandora anyway it doesn't matter which PSP you get
Slim's aren't really great for homebrew that requires an addon of the 1.5 kernel though, seeing as from what i recall they don't support it. that and they don't have infared so they don't support the awsome universal remote homebrew.



EDIT: dark alex didn't leave he just renamed himself as m33.
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post #22 of 46
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Slim's aren't really great for homebrew that requires an addon of the 1.5 kernel though, seeing as from what i recall they don't support it. that and they don't have infared so they don't support the awsome universal remote homebrew.



EDIT: dark alex didn't leave he just renamed himself as m33.
My understanding is you can run time machine from dark alex to run 1.5 kernel homebrews on the slim or am I mistaken.
    
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post #23 of 46
when i rolled my psp back it took a lot of researching, just read, read, and read some more. i would suggest buying one thats already got the CFW running on it. i have one for sale, check my sig
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post #24 of 46
Why not just buy a new battery and do the mod? Its fairly easy and batteries are really not that expensive and cheaper than a Datel tool. I had no problems finding and downloading the software for creating the magic memory stick. Once you get a CFW working then it should be straight forward from there.
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post #25 of 46
figure the cost of a new battery or a pandora battery + price of a psp in good condition. then figure in the fact that you might brick it and wasted all that money lol. but i think your right, once you hit the point of having some version of CFW installed than your in the clear.

its all about how much faith you have in yourself, if you are confident you can handle the task, go for it! if your pretty scared about bricking or trashing batteries, save yourself the heartache and buy one thats already setup
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post #26 of 46
Just look for this file.

The File You Need.7z
    
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So if you want to run CFW on PSP Slims with the crappy new anti-hack mobo, you need to rip open your battery, make a magic memory stick, downgrade then upgrade. Is that right? Only bit that I don't want to **** with is my battery Are slim batteries easier or harder to play with? Any of you done it with a slim?
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post #28 of 46
They are harder than the phat batteries because the phat ones only require software to create a pandora's while the slim ones require you to hard mod the battery.

edit: and they both are a ***** to open
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post #29 of 46
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So if you want to run CFW on PSP Slims with the crappy new anti-hack mobo, you need to rip open your battery, make a magic memory stick, downgrade then upgrade. Is that right? Only bit that I don't want to **** with is my battery Are slim batteries easier or harder to play with? Any of you done it with a slim?
Look here for a good guide.

http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/591203

Just buy a new battery so you still have a spair.

Here is a good guide for the slim battery.

http://www.pspmod.com/forums/hardwar...-hard-mod.html
    
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post #30 of 46
Okay, working at a video games shop made my work a lot easier (I hope) and I've managed to smuggle home a PSP Phat running firmware 3.4. What do I need to do to be able to play PSX games on it? That's all I want to do.
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