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Anyone know how to do this and how easy it can be? I also need lots of storage so I can put the games on. Where can I find the cheapest + largest storage device for the psp?
    
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Its against the TOS to explain how to i think.
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custom firmware or modding the actual psp?
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I'm just curious as to how it works. I don't want anyone to teach me. Haha. Custom firmware with the pandora battery thing.
    
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Anyone know how to do this and how easy it can be? I also need lots of storage so I can put the games on. Where can I find the cheapest + largest storage device for the psp?
Well, to answer one of your questions...
There is a 16GB memory stick for PSP, I don't know how much they are exactly, but for me I just bought three 4GB Memory Sticks.
$10/ each @ local Walmart

EDIT:
I have 3 Hacked PSP's, and I used this guys tutorials.
It all depends on your OFW, and I recommend not updating it, because on some you can never go back.

___I hope I'm not breaking the TOS by linking to a tutorial___
Edited by Sephyncloud - 4/18/11 at 10:22am
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I had a 16gig memory stick for mine and I paid like $50-$60 for it. An I did do the custom firm ware thing and I know if your a certin version you can downgrade. Then do the custom firmware. But if your not your best bet is doing the pandoras battery. Which you can get from online (ebay). And all you would do is stick in the memory card the send with it and then the battery. And BAM its done next ting you know.
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