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post #31 of 46
google for a psx emulator, your gonna have to do some firmware changing, but im sure whatever your google search turns up with will tell you what firmware you need
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The psx firmware is on the CFW...Just make an iso folder in your root and stick the eboot in there. Also you can downgrade any psp with a pandora battery I believe.
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post #33 of 46
that other pandora battey store looks a bit shady. one of my friends got his pandora from pandora-battery.com We just split the cost and now all our gamer buddies have cracked psps
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I got mine from here. Ill give the emulator a shot too.

http://consoleshop.com/
    
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post #35 of 46
http://modifyurpsp.freeforums.org/sl...-cfw-t168.html

That is all you need to setup ANY PSP for CFW. I just flashed my SLIM2001 to CFW 4.01 m33-2.

For the pandora battery, go to walmart and by the extended battery, it's $40 and double the size..I played for 6 hours yesterday the hospital visiting my uncle and still had 40% left.

Then use your OEM battery as pandora. It is WAY easy...all you have to do is scrape off a PCB trace.
 
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Sorry guys but what is "Homebrew" (I am guessing a version of Linux or Unix or some other opensource OS)?

So in all actuality you are turning PS3 into a cheap Linux box, do I have the just of it? And does it still play PS3 games?
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post #37 of 46
Crap... I thought this homebrew business was bit easier...

When I get my PSP I guess I'll have to spend quite sometime onto getting it to its full potential.

The ones that said that I should buy the extended battery on walmart , was it a really hard thing to do... or is it relatively simple ??
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Originally Posted by 2Late4Me View Post
Sorry guys but what is "Homebrew" (I am guessing a version of Linux or Unix or some other opensource OS)?

So in all actuality you are turning PS3 into a cheap Linux box, do I have the just of it? And does it still play PS3 games?
This is about PSP buddy, not PS3 Although I am pretty sure you can put Linux on a P3.

Anyways, there is a downgrader for 3.4 right? I don't need a pandora's battery if I have a phat with 3.4 firmware?
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Anyways, there is a downgrader for 3.4 right? I don't need a pandora's battery if I have a phat with 3.4 firmware?
Just buy this. It's really cheap and works great!
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Yeah I would if I could find an Australian store that sold them. Or a site that's a little more popular and trustworthy
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