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    Default Guide:how to make a pandora battery without a psp with cfw

    Process #1 (Hard-modding the battery)
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    1)Take your knife/exact knife and CAREFULLY open your battery
    2)once done, look for the connecter labled (ICO4 or CO4) (depending on your battery)
    3)Next take your needle/safety pin and CAREFULLY remove the 5th pin (the pins start from the bottom left and up. So pin 5 should be the bottom one on the right.....depending on how you hold your battery.)
    4)Put you battery back together (and if you want, glue it back on)




    Now from here you are pretty much done! All you really need to do is test your battery.

    Testing your battery:
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    (to test battery, insert the battery with no memory stick inserted. the power should automatically come on. If so, you did it!!! if not, then you cut the wrong connecter but you might have 1 more chance to get it right!)

    Now all you have to do is run pandora's battery!!!

    Running pandora's battery:
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    (to do this, start the psp with both the ceated memory card and the hard-modded battery. You may or may not see anything. But the MS LED and the wifi LED should glow for a second. If it does, just press X and let that run for about 5 minutes. if it doesnt, try re-creating the memory stick)
    OK, your psp should turn itself off in the end. all you have to do is remove the battery and the memory stick. and then plug in the charger. Next, turn on the psp and you should have a psp with CFW!!!

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    Last edited by BillCurly335; 05-19-2010 at 03:35 PM. Reason: This is called Hard-Modding. Soft-modding does not require you to modify your battery internally with tools. You run an app.

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    nice work phoenix but will it work.do it for u risk i have done it

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    did i mention this can only be done with a psp phat battery? well if i haven't then i just told you.

    i've seen a lot of people done this and it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE-PHOENIX-KING-007 View Post
    did i mention this can only be done with a psp phat battery? well if i haven't then i just told you.

    i've seen a lot of people done this and it works.
    i have the 2000 battery will that work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-FAT-BOY-JU$T View Post
    i have the 2000 battery will that work?
    no it wont. you have to use a psp 1000 battery in order for it to work.

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    no, with the 2000 battery there is a wire. you cut the wire with a 19 next to it. and if you want to turn it back into a normal battery you just fill in the cut with pencil lead. its kinda complicated, look it up on youtube, there only 1 good tut ive found

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuGoM View Post
    no, with the 2000 battery there is a wire. you cut the wire with a 19 next to it. and if you want to turn it back into a normal battery you just fill in the cut with pencil lead. its kinda complicated, look it up on youtube, there only 1 good tut ive found
    that is why they suggest using a psp 1000 battery

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    i think the 2000 is easier though, just cut a wire and your done! its just hard getting a picture to tell you what wire it is. once you know though, its easy as making scambled eggs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuGoM View Post
    i think the 2000 is easier though, just cut a wire and your done! its just hard getting a picture to tell you what wire it is. once you know though, its easy as making scambled eggs.
    This. It's how I made my first Pandora battery. The second was an accidental Soft-mod.

    PHOENIX, great guide. I edited it, though. This process is called Hard-modding. Soft-modding is when you DON'T need to open the battery and cut things.

    Great guide, though. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillCurly335 View Post
    This. It's how I made my first Pandora battery. The second was an accidental Soft-mod.

    PHOENIX, great guide. I edited it, though. This process is called Hard-modding. Soft-modding is when you DON'T need to open the battery and cut things.

    Great guide, though. ;)
    np. lol, idk where i got soft modding from. maybe because i soft mod my psp

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