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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by hoip, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. hoip

    hoip Regular member

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    hi, im new so dont flame me if i ask silli questions that have been asked hundreds of time

    1) i want to buy a pandara battery and jig stick off ebay and i was wondering if it would work properli like it says on the site by just pressing 'x'

    2) if i install the CFW do i use the normal battery or the pandora battery.

    3) if i have an iso game do i put it in the normal memory stick and where would i put the game?

    4) do i need anithing else besides the CFW 3.71 m33 to play iso games?

    thx
     
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  2. hasan93

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    i ony know the answer to question 3, you need to put the iso or cso in the folder called ISO in yout memory stick
     
  3. DWSR

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    Hello :) I've been browsing this site for a while and just registered.

    1) It might, but then again it might not. My advice is to buy an extra battery and then making your own following this guide.

    2) You'll need to use the normal battery. The reason for this is because if you have a Pandora's battery installed, it will boot to the Pandora menu instead of the PSP's normal menu (XMB). However, Pandora's battery will install firmware 1.50 for you from it's menu.

    3) You don't need anything else, so long as you have a M33 edition firmware. You simply place the ISO/CSO/JSO/DAX file in ms0:/ISO.

    d) Nope. :) All you need to do is switch the UMD Mode of your PSP, which can be done from the recovery menu of the CFW. To boot into the recovery menu, all you need to do is turn off the PSP completely (hold the power switch down until the power light turns off completely), and then hold down R (right trigger) while you turn the power back on again. More info can be found here.
     
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    marlino23 Regular member

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    1, 2, 3, D???? wtf lol xD
     
  5. DWSR

    DWSR Member

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    Shush. It was early in the morning. At least it still makes sense. D is the 4th letter in the alphabet.

    :p
     
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    marlino23 Regular member

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    lol yeah... im playing tho, ur right everyone would get it xD
     
  7. hoip

    hoip Regular member

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    thx for all the time u spent to help me :)



     
  8. hoip

    hoip Regular member

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    "Also this does need another psp that can run homebrew to convert your battery so this installer should be used on psp's with the ability run homebrew!...all files will be extracted to your MS just read the installtion notes in the installer.. "

    does this mean i need another battery (or unbricked psp) or do i need some1 with all the stuff set up alreadi?

     
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    marlino23 Regular member

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    you can use the same battery u have right now and no you do not need someon1 with the files set up because you can create them using an easy installer.
     
  10. hoip

    hoip Regular member

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    so the easy installer makes the jig stick for u with the CFW 3.71 m33 i suppose?

    and all u gotta do is make the battery?
     
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    marlino23 Regular member

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    the jigkick will take you to 1.50 however the dark alex unbricker will take you to 3.71 m33 and thats right all you need is a psp to make the battery with.
     
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    hoip Regular member

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    ok thx
     
  13. marlino23

    marlino23 Regular member

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    no problem.
     

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