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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by larrylje, Oct 11, 2008.

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  1. larrylje

    larrylje Active member

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    Sorry to do this but I am taking down all of my guides.

    My original post for the reason I am doing this has been edited. Most of this stuff can be obtained by doing some research.

    There are some here that have a good handle on the scene so hopefully someone else will step up to the plate and resume where I have left off.

    Its been a nice ride and hope the best for all.
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Very Nice!
    Thanks for the great guides larrylje!
    Stickied
     
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    smokyrain Senior member

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    Very nice guide larrylje, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
     
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    good man larrylje good job :)
     
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    awesome, larry is back.

    for the unflashable slims, it's the ones that came with 4.00+ out of the box. you may want to add that bit to keep the flood down.
     
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    I'm so glad you posted this!!

    Cheers bud!! ;-)
     
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    YEAH ! We got larrylje's guide back ! Is the 1 Stop Guides back together too ...?
     
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    The 2nd and 3rd link to the same file.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up.

    It is fixed now.
     
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    one killer of a guide

    + i love the way you have layed it out

    will link to this thread now for people asking about pandoras
     
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    hey i do the first step for the MS. but when i go to open "Pandoras Battery Creator" my screen reads "the game could not be started (8002014C)" am i doing something wrong or is my psp slim unable to be modded (or what ever its called)???
     
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    What firmware are you using ? You can only run the program if you already have custom firmware
     
  14. larrylje

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    If you have a PSP with Official Firmware then you need to follow the Official Firmware part under "Create Pandora Battery"
     
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    i have official firmware 4.05 on my psp-slim2000 but when i try to run the pandora installer it doesnt work it says "the game could not be started"(80020148)i have a psp slim metallic blue(Jap Version). Is there a way to get rid of the OFW 4.05 ? I Really need some help here please guys. I've followed the guide making the mms and i have the pandoras battery inside too but it still doesnt work. Please help
     
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    As I said to the previous user. If you have an Official firmware PSP you need to follow the Official Firmware part of the Pandora Battery guide.

    I understand that there are newbies to the PSP scene but if you can't follow a simple guide like this then get someone else to do it for you. Or read up on the PSP mod scene to get a better understanding of it before attempting to do it.
     
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    could you please link to me the official firmware guide please?
     
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    it's in the guide. apparently, you just skimmed the guide. if you would've read the guide carefully, you would see it's sectioned off.

    it's answers like those that makes larry remove his guides.
     
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    well how did you guys put custom firmware in your psp in the first place?
     
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    we were fortunate enough to have firmwares under 3.51 official. all of those had risky downgraders.
     
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