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Installing 3.60 M33 Battery Question

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by SuperJun, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. SuperJun

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    Ok so I am just about ready to put the 3.60 M33 files into a MM stick using my fat psp. but the instructions informs me to use a normal battery. problem is I don't have a spare battery. I was thinking this was to boot the PSP as for the Pandora's battery cannot. So I was wondering can I connect my PSP to the AC power adapter and boot it without a battery? Would that work?
     
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    nope, because the battery somehow holds information for the psp, as the ac plug does not, but there is a way to swich back a battery to normal
     
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    whate did he say that he wanted to power on the psp with A/C or use the A/C as a sub-battery
     
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    just to boot up with ac adaptor with no battery:)
     
  6. Hacker06

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    oh ok. lol
     
  7. SuperJun

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    well, boot it and still install the 3.60 m33 files without a battery. thats what i'm asking =]
     
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    Use pandora's battery without the battery? :O!
     
  9. SuperJun

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    no, put the 3.60 m33 files into my mm stick via the fat psp without using a normal battery, but instead booting it with the ac power cord. would that work or no?
     
  10. Hacker06

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    so i was right :p
     
  11. SuperJun

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    so it doesn't work?

    nobody answered it but hacker06 .. who is quoting himself, so is he right?
     
  12. Hacker06

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    i think i am? lol. no but really you cant use pandoras BATTERY without the BATTERY. lol
     
  13. SuperJun

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    uhh duhh obviously,learn to read hacker06 .. thats wasnt my question.
    again here's my question. installing 3.60 m33 files into MM stick requires a fat psp, mmstick, and a NORMAL battery is instructed to be used. wondering instead of a using a normal battery can i just use the AC adapter. I know the Pandora battery and MM stick will go into my psp slim, but I gotta get the files into my pro duo via fat psp 1st.
     
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    yes you can boot the psp up with the ac adaptor to write the files to your memstick :)
     
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    sweet thank you sicdude, and sorry hacker06 had to waste his posts =P
     
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    no probs:)
     

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