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AK25
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i saw a vid on youtube to downgrade psp using pandoras battery with one battery and smoke began coming out my battery of my psp and got hotter every second, it stopped and kinda cooled down, is this safe to continue use of the battery or safe to have?? how can i dispose of this
11.07.08 08:19:36 am
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AK25 has written:
i saw a vid on youtube to downgrade psp using pandoras battery with one battery and smoke began coming out my battery of my psp and got hotter every second, it stopped and kinda cooled down, is this safe to continue use of the battery or safe to have?? how can i dispose of this


Well , buy a new one
I remember when my adapter of my PC was the same -
very hot and it started to smoke out and started to melt.
And then i bought a new one.
If you want to be sure that you will have your hands alive after playing on the psp, buy a new battery
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Closing stupid threads like real men do.
12.07.08 03:48:42 pm
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AK25
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wut do i do with the old one?
12.07.08 05:41:20 pm
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jeepohahyo
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Look where you can dispose hazardous waste and batteries in your area and bring it there.
13.07.08 02:47:22 am
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AK25
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*Whistles* [Cough-Lake-Cough]
01.09.08 12:39:56 pm
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Diamond
Hey Ameer,

What firmware are you on?
And next time you want to downgrade,
your PSP ask me man, i'll help you out.

I've upgraded and downgraded so many,
times now.

I've also bricked, my PSP several times,
but i got a few programs to unbrick it.

You got my xfire addy yeah?
(Xfire = d1amondfoundation)
02.09.08 11:27:37 pm
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AK25
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its the latest one how can i downgrade?
03.09.08 09:10:42 am
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Sniper
NEVER use this battery again, liion batterys can explode or burn ery hard
03.09.08 10:21:46 pm
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AK25
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I kinda found out, im putting it in a battery recycle thing they have at electronic stores...
05.09.08 08:51:22 am
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Diamond
Ameer, you didn't try installing Pandora's Battery
on a PSP which is running Sony's Official Firmware did you?

If your PSP freezes while installing files or formatting flash you will need
to repair the partition table to enable Pandora to work again.


Pandora will work on both Original and Slim PSP systems.
To make a Pandora Battery and Memory stick you will need:

* Windows Operating system on your PC and a user account with 'Admin' rights
* A 64mb or higher Memory Stick PRO DUO (256mb or higher is recommended)
The size of all the Pandora files is about 24mbytes, the '1.50 Addon' files are about 20mbytes.
* A PSP that has custom firmware installed
* A Compatible 'Fat' PSP battery.
(I've read that you can use a slim PSP to convert an 'original' battery,
Just don't convert the psp slim battery as the battery will stop working.)


If you don't have a PSP with custom firmware, then you will need to either:

* If you have an Fat PSP you may be able to downgrade it to 1.50 using one of the 1.50 downgraders.
Note: If you have a slim PSP you will not be able to downgrade to firmware 1.50 as the 1.50 firmware files are not compatible with the PSP Slim
* Find someone who has 'Custom firmware' installed on their PSP and get them to make the battery for you.
* Find someone with a pre-made 'Pandora Battery and Memory stick' and use it to install custom firmware on your PSP
* Buy a Pre-made pandora battery (e.g like the Datel 'Max Power Tool' Battery)


You can use the 'Pandora Battery' as a 'Normal Battery' using my files.
The only problem is sleep mode doesn't work at all when using the Pandora battery and you will need to use either your Pandora or 'xmbloader' memory stick to turn on the PSP when using the Pandora battery.

Holding the 'L' button when inserting the Pandora Battery will launch the 'Pandora Recovery Menu and holding the 'R' button will access 'Custom Firmware Recovery mode', If you don't hold any button your PSP will start normally in the XMB.

/!\ Warnings: /!\
By formatting your 'Memory Stick' you will lose all data currently on your memory stick, including game saves, ISOs etc.
Please copy everything from the memory stick you want to convert to a folder on your computer before formatting.

Checking if your Memory Stick is Compatible:
Any memory stick Pro Duo will work as long as its 64mb or higher, 256mb or bigger is recommended.
The 32mb Duo that some PSP systems come with will not work as its not a 'PRO DUO' memory stick.

Checking if your Battery is Compatible:

The Official batteries (Battery Models 'PSP-110' and 'PSP-280') are known to work properly with the 'Pandora' Files.
The 'Original' Fat PSP System should come with either a PSP-110 or PSP-280 battery.

If your a complete noob at downgrading/upgrading(no offence) you should go buy your PSP or for that matter any console pre- modded, that's what my brother did.
05.09.08 11:19:46 pm
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AK25
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u said a program not pandoras battery
06.09.08 04:47:08 am
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Diamond
Yeah, but the program only works via Recovery Mode,
which is a menu which is only compatible with CFW(Custom Firmware) PSP's.

And is your PSP CFW? Obviously not.
So, you need to install the Pandora's Battery or stick with Sony official updates.
07.09.08 08:20:17 pm
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AK25
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how do u do the stick not battery
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