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This might sound completely idiotic because I have no idea what I'm talking about, but could you utilize the extra space you gained from removing the umd drive to stash the antennas, or are they too big? confused.gif (Are we talking antennas that are coming off the back of a wifi router size?)
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Yes like the antennas hanging off a WiFi router. You could use the bay to stash a longer pigtail and get marginally better signal but sadly the truth about antennas is that they need to be physically bigger in order to capture more signal. A good idea that I saw was actually using one of those adapters I linked and modding the case of the PSP so that the female SMA connector is sticking out of the case. Then, the antenna could simply be detached when not in use.

The other possibility is to build an even bigger wire antenna into the frame of a backpack then connect it to the PSP then you don't need to muck around with an antenna in your hand looking like a nerd, just have to turn your back toward the source of the strongest signal smile.gif
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Okay we have 3 psp's around here 3001 piano black models 03g 04g 09g. All running CFW and about 90 gig of games.
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The other possibility is to build an even bigger wire antenna into the frame of a backpack then connect it to the PSP then you don't need to muck around with an antenna in your hand looking like a nerd, just have to turn your back toward the source of the strongest signal smile.gif

Ah, ok that makes sense. And, I think running an antenna through your backpack grants you higher nerd points than carrying around a portable antenna, but I suppose its a little more hidden that way. wink.gif
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Okay we have 3 psp's around here 3001 piano black models 03g 04g 09g. All running CFW and about 90 gig of games.
Sign me up!

Thats alot of data..
what games you mostly playing??

Will have to get another psp before i do anything to this DarthVader Model i have i like it way to much need one that is also a 2000model to test and work on to make it beast and get the most from it i can get...
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I have a PSP-2003 currently running firmware 6.39. Is there anyway of me modding it so I can run .bin files for PS1 games on it? I currently use FPse on my Xperia Play.
    
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I have a dead PSP 2001 that used to run GEN-D
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I just bought a PSP 1000 from a friend that he got when it first got released for $20 with a few games and now I'm wondering what to do with it. Just the fact that I grew up playing a PSP since like 5th grade makes it worthy to keep it (Old one got sold) but at the same time it would be nice to make around $50-$70 off of it with the games (Killzone Liberation, Grand Turismo, Ghost Recon 2, R&C Size Matters). I already have an iPad for media and some gaming that already excels when compared to the PSP but it still would be nice to have a PSP lying around. What should I do, sell it to make a quick profit or replace the faceplate and keep it for the heck of it and all the memories I had with a PSP?
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I just bought a PSP 1000 from a friend that he got when it first got released for $20 with a few games and now I'm wondering what to do with it. Just the fact that I grew up playing a PSP since like 5th grade makes it worthy to keep it (Old one got sold) but at the same time it would be nice to make around $50-$70 off of it with the games (Killzone Liberation, Grand Turismo, Ghost Recon 2, R&C Size Matters). I already have an iPad for media and some gaming that already excels when compared to the PSP but it still would be nice to have a PSP lying around. What should I do, sell it to make a quick profit or replace the faceplate and keep it for the heck of it and all the memories I had with a PSP?


I'd say keep it just for the hacks and being able to run various emulators off it. Mine runs GBA games like a charm, I just wish the SNES emu was a little better. Although with the Vita right around the corner, maybe you should trade it in for one of those? They look really nice to me.

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I'd say keep it just for the hacks and being able to run various emulators off it. Mine runs GBA games like a charm, I just wish the SNES emu was a little better. Although with the Vita right around the corner, maybe you should trade it in for one of those? They look really nice to me.

The PSP would probably only give me like $15 off of the Vita's price, so I'd rather just fetch a nice $50-$70 for it. Maybe more if I install I new shell on it, I don't know :/
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