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All you need to do is put in the magic memory stick, put in the pandera battery and turn it on. once it boots up it will ask if you want to load which ever CFW you have on the stick, just hit X to install. Once it has finished it might ask you to hit X again, or it might just reboot on its own. Then just put your normal battery and mem stick back in.
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All you need to do is put in the magic memory stick, put in the pandera battery and turn it on. once it boots up it will ask if you want to load which ever CFW you have on the stick, just hit X to install. Once it has finished it might ask you to hit X again, or it might just reboot on its own. Then just put your normal battery and mem stick back in.
Is it true that the screen will be black with the service battery and to just hit x anyhow? Once I have the installer CFW do I need the battery anymore to upgrade to the latest firmware.
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Not that I recall, I believe it always prompts you.
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Not that I recall, I believe it always prompts you.
Ok thanks. Once I finish downloading this 200 meg file Im going to go ahead with this. If everything turns out then reps for everyone.
    
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Good luck, and don't worry if something happens and messes up the first time. Thats the beauty of the pandora battery, no more "bricked" PSPs.
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How's it going Shaggy? You didn't brick it?

Hoped everything went fine
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Good luck, and don't worry if something happens and messes up the first time. Thats the beauty of the pandora battery, no more "bricked" PSPs.
Yes, don't be nervous...you cannot perma brick it.

It's super easy my man. After you make the stick, put it in the PSP with no battery in and unplugged from the wall, put in the pandora battery and a green light will come on. You'll see the mem stick be accessed for about 2 or 3 minutes. Then just push X and follow onscreen instructions.

If you used the other MMS maker that was posted, there will be NO ONSCREEN instructions, just push X after you put in the battery and you'll see the mem stick light go nuts, just wait for it to finish blinking and reboot.
 
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Yes, don't be nervous...you cannot perma brick it.

It's super easy my man. After you make the stick, put it in the PSP with no battery in and unplugged from the wall, put in the pandora battery and a green light will come on. You'll see the mem stick be accessed for about 2 or 3 minutes. Then just push X and follow onscreen instructions.

If you used the other MMS maker that was posted, there will be NO ONSCREEN instructions, just push X after you put in the battery and you'll see the mem stick light go nuts, just wait for it to finish blinking and reboot.
Im downloading the file you posted on the first page just to be safe(84% now).

Im assuming to plug the psp back in once the pandora battery is in.

I just unwrapped the battery, so does this mean I have to charge it first?
    
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Im downloading the file you posted on the first page just to be safe(84% now).

Im assuming to plug the psp back in once the pandora battery is in.

I just unwrapped the battery, so does this mean I have to charge it first?
Possibly.

It will tell you it cannot do it with less than 78% percent, so just try it and see what it says.
 
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there are several ways of making a Pandora Battery. There the software, and the hardware. For the software you need a PSP w/ CF. for the hardware you need to open the battery and disconnect one leg, for the

and for the
you can make the Magic Memory Stick using a computer
GUI

If you have a CF then I would use this one to make the Battery and Memory Stick
visit DarkAlex for the latest firmware.
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