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Does Pandora's Battery work any battery make?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by jul4556, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. jul4556

    jul4556 Member

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    Can I use any battery make for Pandora's Battery? I bought a spare battery but it isn't by Sony.

    Thanks!
     
  2. cee43ja1

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    it's recommended to use old sony batteries, as certain third party batteries are not able to be flashed.
     
  3. SL7Rips

    SL7Rips Regular member

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    Use the sony one that came in your psp. it can be converted back to a normal battery after you done
     
  4. drakex

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    I am a business man... jajaja, what a joke, anyways in my country I am working on downgrading and recoverying bricked psps... so I have converted an extra psp battery to pandora, my question is... HOW do you charge the battery=? I dont want to turn it back, cause there is a chance that you might brick your psp by doing one, a friend did it... anyways I will leave the Battery as a Pandora one, does it need to be charged? And how do you charge it? Thanks and sorry for posting in someone elses post, I was lazy to do my own.
     
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    Just buy a spare from ebay or somewhere local or get the dock charger thats sold on ebay
     
  6. cee43ja1

    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    to charge a pandora's battery, do this

    -start the psp with the charger only, no battery in it
    -once it's booted up, put the battery in

    you can put it into sleep mode. it won't affect the battery. once it's done, turn off the psp fully, and remove the battery.
     
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    Thanks now my second question, I had a thread about memories, I know to do this, you need a PRO DUO memory i remember someone saying, it has to be at least 256, due to the logical formatting, now I found a 128MB PRO DUO memory stick, will it work as the 256MB PRO DUO will, or it has to be higher than 256 for it to work? Thanks and sorry again!
     
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    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    i haven't tried a 128, seeing that it's rare to see them now. but as long as it's a pro duo, it should work. people still get the logical formatting error with bigger memory sticks, but i don't know why. mine has always worked.
     
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    ive done it with a 128MB card but i would use a higher size
     
  10. BTFan

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    drakex, this thread has a main post, why change the subject? Give respect to jul4556.
     
  11. drakex

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    You can use your Sony Battery on the PSP to make it pandora and use the 3rd party battery to play games after you have used the pandora battery... or you can turn back your Pandora battery back to normal.

    PD I asked cause he was asking about batteries, I got a 512 Pro duo for $10 and I dont have any more questions. Hope my answer helps you.
     
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    can u use a 64mb pro duo stick for pandoras battery cuz i dont have the money to buy a new one rite now and probly wont have nuf for a long time...
     
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    No, you must use a higher memory stick.They're quite cheap for a low memory one, so do it.
     
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    whats the minimum memory u need to have for pandora
     
  16. LufianGuy

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    Not sure what the minimum space needed is, but I successfully made mine with a 128MB mem stick (for the old Pandora Battery that only works on FAT PSPs).
     

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