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Pandora's Jigkick + Magic Memory Card Easy Installer

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by touran22, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. touran22

    touran22 Regular member

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    Ok here it is... an easy installer brought to you by:

    touran22
    Jared
    guano aka ibwanzingee
    hexitnow

    we thought it was needed due to the complexity of the procedure...

    enjoy the release and fun unbricking/ downgrading!

    Also this does need another psp that can run homebrew to convert your battery so this installer should be used on psp's with the ability run homebrew!...all files will be extracted to your MS just read the installtion notes in the installer..

    NOTE: you must still format your MS logically.

    here you go...

    Download link:

    Easy installer

    mirror:

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/ri03vo

    Guide to recovering your battery..

    1) Use mspformat.exe from the Pandora's Folder to format the Memory Stick.

    *Open any folder, From the upper menu select Tools-->Folder Options...-->View-->unmark "Hide Extensions for known File Types"--> Apply an then OK.

    *Then Copy the "mspformat.exe" from the mspformat folder inside the Padora's Folder to [My Computer/C:]

    *Now Open up "Run" from your PC and type in "cmd" and a Black Window should pop up.

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    *In the Black Window, type in cd c:\ and then hit enter. This should appear, C:\>

    *type mspformat.exe YourPSPDriveLetter (example: since mines is letter M, it will look like this, mspformat.exe m)

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    *Type in Y and hit ENTER. FORMAT COMPLETED... (if you see any files that still exist inside your MS, Delete them manually)

    2) Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection.
    3) Re-Connect the Memory Stick again via the USB connection of the PSP.
    4) Install files using the installer!
    5) Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection.
    6) Reinsert the memory stick and run the app "battery creator" on the psp.
    7) Save Eeprom (the app will close)...Re-open the app and press x to convert battery.
    8) You've got yourself magic memory stick + jigkick!

    Usage:

    - Insert Memory Stick into the PSP
    - Remove power cord and insert the JigKick Battery into the PSP.
    - A menu appears when the PSP boots. Follow the onscreen information
    and instructions.
    - Choose the option to downgrade to 1.5!
    - That's it! have done!


    CREDIT

    goes to all the contributors on this project: Adrahil, Booster, Cswindle, Dark_AleX, Ditlew, Fanjita, Joek2100, Jim, Mathieulh, Nem, Psp250, Skylark and TyRaNiD.
     
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  2. guano

    guano Regular member

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    yer, this'll help the n00bs out... :D
     
  3. dukeidude

    dukeidude Regular member

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    nice! so im guessing this will get rid of all the posts labeled "HELPPP, MY PSP IS BRICKED WHAT DO I DO!!!"
     
  4. dukeidude

    dukeidude Regular member

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    sorry, double post
     
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  5. Propagand

    Propagand Regular member

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    well even if this doesnt work it cant brick your PSP anymore
     
  6. dEEz_nUtz

    dEEz_nUtz Active member

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    You guys are the shit!!! I imagine battery and memory stick sales are going to go through the roof now....I'd better run out and grab a spare battery before they become impossible to find, lol...
     
  7. touran22

    touran22 Regular member

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    well u dnt really need an another battery as u can convert yours then convery it back to a normal one... that what i did to try and see if this works!
     
  8. dEEz_nUtz

    dEEz_nUtz Active member

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    And it worked out ok then? Converting the battery back to normal, that is?
     
  9. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    Why buy a spare battery when you can recover the battery after unbricking or downgrading the PSP.
     
  10. glenquag

    glenquag Regular member

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    I'd like to know HOW to do that=D
     
  11. Oner

    Oner Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes it does. Though it took a couple different tries to get it back for me. So use caution.
     
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  12. touran22

    touran22 Regular member

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    dude i just said that 2 posts above yours lool...

    to recover your battery look at the first post..!

    @Oner never new u had a psp...

    y a couple of differnt tried? it was one try for me?
     
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  13. Propagand

    Propagand Regular member

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    yeah I need details with that
     
  14. Xpressor

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    thanx to the "team" and u guyz for the app. gonna save
    this for a rainy day... lol, maybe raining bricks soon...

    got a question for you guyz...
    once the battery is converted for "unbricking or downgrading"
    could i leave it "converted" for later use, reason why im asking
    i have 2 batteries i would leave 1 converted... would it still accept a charge like a normal battery, since it will just sit
    until needed?? hope that makes sense...

    thanx in advance, X
     
  15. touran22

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    sure u can leave it converted... that probably better any way as u can take your memory card and jigstick were ever u go and unbrick/downgrade psp's on the go... ;)
     
  16. dEEz_nUtz

    dEEz_nUtz Active member

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    I just figured it would be nice to have the modified battery on hand in case of "emergencies"...
     
  17. glenquag

    glenquag Regular member

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    Touran can you make a guide for returning the battery back to normal? And the memory card is fine AFTER you use it for this hey?
     
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  18. Xpressor

    Xpressor Regular member

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    @ touran22 thanx...
    never thought i would go shop for a 256-1 gig mspd again
    glad they are so "cheap" now...=P
     
  19. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    Post Edited...

    Answered in a previous thread.

    @touran22

    you really should edit the first post adding that you need to use a PSP with 1.50 or CF in order to unbrick or downgrade a PSP.
     
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  20. haasmon92

    haasmon92 Regular member

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    hey just got one question. My psp bricked a while ago so all i have to do is find some one witha homebrerw ready psp. so once i have my psp unbricked and at FW 1.5 i can still upgrade to custom firmware again right? Since thius is only a sub-set of the 1.5 FW i was just wondering.
     

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