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ya im going to firmware it when 30 day warentee is up because i put it on now it voids it, and + i dont got a psp usb yet so i cant go on the net.
    
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If you have a PS3 cable (the one that you charge the controller with), you can connect it to the PC.

It's got a plug like the RAZR charger ( I think mini usb)
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If you have a PS3 cable (the one that you charge the controller with), you can connect it to the PC.

It's got a plug like the RAZR charger ( I think mini usb)
We tryed that, with my moms razr and it didn't fit.
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Weird, I tried mine and I could connect it (tried with my PS3 cable and with my Sony Camera cable and both worked)

Not all things work for everyone sadly (though I searched like for a whole day if it worked or not instead of trying it for myself :S)
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to mod it you will need a special memory stick and battery
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.12711

that link is to a Chinese wholesale website i order from all the time, quite trustworthy. that kit will provide you with the two basic things you need but you will need to follow a guide online to prepare the memory stick for the mod.

edit: forgot to mention they offer free worldwide shipping (standard air) and no tax
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Please see my sig regarding flashing the PSP SLim
 
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Ok, now that i have my psp im having regrets, im thinking of returning it and upgrading to a slim, whats the difference between them? or is it just size.
    
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Ok, now that i have my psp im having regrets, im thinking of returning it and upgrading to a slim, whats the difference between them? or is it just size.
Ive heard the slim has more ram and is generally faster.
    
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Defineltsy get CF
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Ok, now that i have my psp im having regrets, im thinking of returning it and upgrading to a slim, whats the difference between them? or is it just size.
The fat has 16mb of onboard ram whereas the slim has 32mb. The fat has a IR port and the slim does not. Those are the only differences I'm aware of. Theres nothing wrong with a fat at all.
 
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