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I just got my Twist Tool in the mail today and...

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by rockmanzx, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. rockmanzx

    rockmanzx Member

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    I broke it.. That Twist Tool part C is a pain to get in my slim PS2. Is there a better alternative? The MagicKeys 2 looks more durable. Is it compatible with v15 (SCPH-75001) PS2s? Much help is appreciated.
     
  2. jenko6a

    jenko6a Guest

    when i used to use sm befor i learnt i could solder i found the best swap method was using duck tape over the switch. All the other keys/clip always fell out or moved
     
  3. ps2modgod

    ps2modgod Guest

    HAHA yeah SM and all its ways of getting past the security switches is a real pain in the ass. People like the keys and crap cuz they think "oh this is good and I wont void my precious warrenty" Screw that little sticker! Rip it off and stick it up your cats ass. If your going to use swap magic I would have to say that the tape solution is the best. Oh and Duct Tape will hold a bumper on a car going 100mph to.

    But if your want to do it the right way a modchip will always be the best way.
     
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