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Creating a MMS without a PSP?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by a1337user, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. a1337user

    a1337user Member

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    One day, when i was playing a game, i decided to stop playing that game and put it on sleep and then into my pocket. a couple hours later? i took it out of my pocket and it said "Flashing - ##%" (## is some number i dont remember), so like a dumb___ i freaked out and took out the battery; and it got hard-bricked.

    its a PSP phat, the battery i normally use and the Memory Stick i usually use is a hard-modded regular battery and a MMS. so the thing you're thinking is "oh, you can just take out the battery, and put it on while holding the left trigger" or something like that, i know i tried all the combinations of turning it on while holding certain buttons and putting the battery in while holding certain buttons, etc. but it didnt work, so i assumed that maybe the flashing thing it was doing effed it up and made the memory stick corrupted, so i made a backup on my computer and formatted my memory stick, but now i have a problem:

    i have to make a MMS with a bricked PSP: is there some tutorial or something i can follow?

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. Eisherz

    Eisherz Active member

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    Just google for magic memory stick maker, some prefer Rain's magic memory stick maker, but there are others too. You can create a mms by using a card reader.
     
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  4. heliosproxima

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    First of all what type of psp do you have? since MMS only works with a hackable psp such as psp 1000,1001,2000,2001 and MMS can only work/function if you have a Pandora battery. if you don't have an idea about pandora, it is the term used for a service mode battery together with the MMS it can revive a bricked psp. you can create a pandora using a psp phat. there is also another choice get it repaired with the help of a technician or if you have a friend with a phat psp beg for them and convert your battery into service mode using PSPTOOL homebrew (it helped me a lot)google it,I prefer 0.9version.By the way you can also make a MMS using that homebrew too.tips in creating an MMS: just download 5.00 ofw and put it on the memorystick root e.g. ms0:/500.PBP. hopefully this will help you.
     
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    This should answer the first question. The stuff about the PSP 1000, PSP 1001, PSP 2000, PSP 2001 is bullshit, why should a Pandora battery only work on Japanese and US PSPs?
    You don't need a PSP phat to create a Pandora, you can also hardmod or use an early PSP Slim. And if you have a PSP with CFW on it you don't need extra tools to create the Pandora, just use the recovey menue. For the MMS just google for Rain's magic memory stick maker, way more comfortable for creating a MMS, and you don't need a PSP for it (and you don't need the OFW).
     
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    really? cool!
    wat? doesnt matter what kind of PSP i have; and i already have a Pandora battery (hard-modded).....................................................................
    Ok, thanks, ill try that and let you know how it goes! :)
     
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    How do i format my magic memory stick so it is back to normal
     

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