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Question i found something out...

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by tylerscoo, May 30, 2007.

  1. tylerscoo

    tylerscoo Regular member

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    Well i bought a psp 3.10 oe a motherboard... Now i searched on the internet for taking apart psp well i clicked on something like modchip and it says it does not accecpt TA82 for the modchips come to find out thats what mine is. But inserting a new psp motherboard,im not sure what kind, but 3.10 oe a firmware i need. So i want to know if this will work because i would rather be mad now then later.
     
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    DXR88 Regular member

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    IS it 3.10 $ony or is it 3.10 OE-A dark alex the way you bought it
     
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    tylerscoo Regular member

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    not SOny!!!! No way im not that stupid lol
     
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    DXR88 Regular member

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    if it is 3.10oe-a whats the mod chip gonna do sit there in the psp.
    psp's on a diet and your adding wight to it i heard mod chips were for the same function just for the poor souls that bought 3.40 sony firmware
     
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    Oraseth Regular member

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    Dont worry about modchips m8, they are really quite useless nowadays.

    The only real reason you would want a modchip is to unbrick a psp, or have dual firmware... But they are tricky to install (have to solder them on to a MB)... and since nowadays its cheaper to get a new motherboard or a entirely new psp.

    Since you have a custom firmware like OE-A, you don't need anything else. :)
     
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    not a modchip motherboard
     
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    It doesn't matter if your motherboard is TA-082 or not, they install exactly the same.
    The only reason modchips don't work on TA82 is because the new mobo design has much lower power output, and with modchip attached, the psp won't have enough power to boot up.
     

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