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Universal PSP Unbricker pandora battery question

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by Gr33k0, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. Gr33k0

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    well, i made a psp universal unbricker, used to make the psp slim go to 3.71 m33-2, it recognizes if the psp slip the memory stick is in is the fat version or slim, so if i use the mem stick and battery or a fat psp, lets say 3.52 original firmware, will it automatically get to 3.71 M33-2
     
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    yes. the universal unbricker will work on ALL psp's. very handy. you should keep it aside just in case a brick happens.
     
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    sweet, so if i use it on any firmware, any random firmware, whether it be 2.80 or 3.52 custom one itll automatically go to 3.71 m33-2
     
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    yep. straight to 3.71 m33-2 or official 3.71. works on all firmwares, custom or official. fat or slim.


    only thing about the universal unbricker is that it gives the same nicknames to all psp's it's used on.
     
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    official** when i said custom oops
     
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    thx so much man, cleared up a lot of stuff for me, especially about that nickname thing too, when i used the pandora thing on my friends slim it came up with the same nickname and i was like wth? lol thx a lot :D hey another small question too :p, charging my pandora battery in my psp will work right, it wont damage it or anything would it :eek:
     
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    no. charging pandora's battery is safe. it should be kept at full charge.

    when using pandora's battery on a psp, it's highly recommended to use it with the charger plugged in. it keeps the battery at 100%, and doesn't drain the battery during the process.
     
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    oo sweet thx bro, havent charged my pandora since i got it lol like a month ago, ooh and, one more thiingg.. on an 8 gb memory , u know how homebrew/ plugins only fit on the first 4 gigs, if u download a save file for a game (lets say midnight club 3 dub), can it be anywhere on the 8 gigs or does it have to be on the first 4 gigs of the memory stick ( last thing lol ) btw thx for all the help =)
     
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    not too sure, because i only have my 4gb. i'm waiting to get a 8gb.

    but i don't think it really matters. the save should show up. autosave will only work when the stick is at half capacity(?). because autosave will only work when 2gigs or less are left on a 4gig memory stick.
     
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    ooh so for autosave it has to be half or less, okay, thx for all ur time bro really helped :D, + + + karma =)
     
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    if it's not half the capacity, then it has to be under 2gb or lower.
     
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    so like, on an 8 gig, it has to be 4gb or less to put the auto save file on
     
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    my mistake. it's autoLOAD that has the problem. autosave is fine. the psp can only read a certain amount of space when autoloading.


    but in anycase, it's always best to manually save and manually load the games.

    also, you should backup your game saves to the computer. never know if the memory stick will corrupt.
     
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    oh okay, thx so much for ur time cee :) greatly appreciated! :D
     

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