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  1. #1 Hi new member! 
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    Sup guys, just bought a psp slim(2001 FW:2.80) recently because of nostalgia and a craving to play Breath of Fire 3, a game I haven't played in like 7 years or something stupid. Anyways, quick question.. I was told that this forum was my best bet to find someone with a pandora battery. I live in Vegas and I'm really hoping to find someone who can help me out. Thanks much!!!
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    You can make a pandora battery or you can purchase one.
    Its not that hard to make one but purchasing one is recommended

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    Yea, I was originally going to purchase one, or try to make one but the thing is I am not too confident with my electronic skills to actually begin and I am rather short on funds at the moment T.T
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    There is a whole bunch of tutorials on how to hardmod a psp battery slim and phat. But if you choose to hardmod your battery, then you should buy an extra one for normal use.

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    I actually just looked at the guide on how to mod a slim battery, Is it really as simple as cutting a wire at 1 point and i am good to go?
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    so either way its cheaper to buy a pandora




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    Quote Originally Posted by DoMoIntegra View Post
    I actually just looked at the guide on how to mod a slim battery, Is it really as simple as cutting a wire at 1 point and i am good to go?
    yes but u have to be steady and careful not to cut anything else the inside of the battery is different then what you think

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    Yea, well I used to do contract painting on miniatures etc so I am pretty good with the steady hand but I am still not going to risk it. Thanks for the input though guys. I really appreciate it. Still though it would be really nice if I could talk to a actual person about modding/hacking etc cos there is still the mms thing that I have to do.
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    oh the mms part is the easiest of them all...all you do is download the program, and follow simple instructions
    you should use rainsmms maker

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    Just downloaded Rains simple mms maker thanks!
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    Uhhh i just read a post about a psp getting bricked for using the wrong mms? Is there a specific rains mms maker that i want to be using? Do include a link if u could!
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    Do you drive an Acura/Honda Integra by chance?
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    Yep : ))))))))))) hence the name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoMoIntegra View Post
    Yep : ))))))))))) hence the name.
    It manual or automatic? I want to get the 1998 JDM Honda Integra Type-R (DC6). I have an automatic 2001 Honda Prelude, but it also has the Sport Shift or w/e. And an A'PEXi VTEC controller. Anyway, welcome to the forum.


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    Manual db8, and don't you mean dc5?
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