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  1. #1 The Benni-Dump 
    Senior Member I Modded My PSP Shalted's Avatar
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    Well sice Bennihan decided to ruin the forums. I though hey, ill dump his IP's and let you see all his other accounts.

    * bennihan(5) 24.14.70.205
    * bennihan5 24.14.70.205
    * bennihan5 24.14.70.157
    * bennihan5SPAMMER 24.14.70.205
    * bennihan6 24.14.70.205
    * BikiniBlondegirl101 24.14.70.157
    * cantstopthebennihans 24.14.70.205
    * firetroll10 24.14.70.157
    * Ipodman 24.14.70.205
    * mokboy 24.14.70.157
    * Nick 24.14.70.157
    * PSDS 24.14.70.157
    * PSPHelpLive 24.14.70.157
    * PSPHelpLive 24.14.70.205
    * soloturtle98 24.14.70.157
    * thebennihan5elimator 24.14.70.205
    Thoses are just the users hes created with his computer, IP addr.
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    dude d o you mind if i take your old avatar nice job with all the ip's hes such a fucking loser
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    Not bad at all :-p Probably against the ToS, but cool
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    @die no might: Go right ahead if you want my old avatar.

    As for many of the accounts, they were obvious. Some I suspected, but I couldnt do anything about it.

    Im a little surpised about the Nick accout... Although it does make sense posing as the admin of the forums he was a mod for just to chill people down.
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    seems its just two ip's, ill contact admin (if you already havnt) and just request those two ip's to be banned
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  6. #6 Downgrade any firmware version & unbrick bricked PSP.. this is good news!!!! 
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    N00bz!

    We told you that we'd be releasing an unbricker for the M33 bricks. But then we got to thinking, maybe that just wouldn't be exciting enough.

    Would you like a super special surprise bonus? How about an unbricker for ALL PSPs? Yep, you read that right. We call it "Pandora's Battery".

    There's a larger story behind this unbricker, though, and it deserves to be told. It's the culmination of years of behind-the-scenes research and development by some of the top names in PSP hacking, under the name of the Prometheus project. This group of people, from various development teams, was dedicated to developing and releasing PSP hacks and exploits, with the aim of improving the status of PSP homebrew, and making sure that it was kept alive.

    For some time this project was highly successful - many releases from Noobz, C+D and others were direct results of this work. The zenith of this success was the development of this unbricker - which required some amazing technical leaps, including:

    Reverse engineering of the service (unbrick) mode
    Development of a technique to change an ordinary battery into a service mode trigger battery (and back)
    Development of custom IPL code along with a technique to sign that code as authentic.

    Even more impressive is that all of the above was achieved without any access to the official hardware or software. With careful nurturing, this unbricker and custom IPL was to become the foundation of a whole new homebrew environment.

    Unfortunately something happened to shatter the idyll. Somehow, the unbricker was leaked into the wider world before it was ready to be released. Whether this was deliberate, by one of the team members, or accidental via a security breach is still unclear. The fact is that this unbricker appeared on the black market, being sold for huge prices. As far as we know, it is probably very close to the same software that appears in at least some of the 'magic unbricker'/'jigkick' videos.

    So, although the time was not right to release this (it would have been wise to wait at least until the PSP Slim release), our hand has been forced. In order to prevent small fortunes being made by leeches, we are giving this unbricker away for free. So - let it be known - if you have paid for an unbricker, then you have been ripped off. I suggest that you take up your grievances with the seller - it should never have been sold. And if you're unhappy about this being released before PSP Slim - then blame whoever it was that leaked or stole it.

    It's unclear whether or not this is the end for the Prometheus project - hopefully not, but that is undecided so far. In case it is the end, it is worth a quick roll of honour. In alphabetical order:

    Adrahil, Booster, Cswindle, Dark_AleX, Ditlew, Fanjita, Joek2100, Jim, Mathieulh, Nem, Psp250,

    Skylark, TyRaNiD.

    And here are their respective C+D (Create and Destroy) nicknames.

    Mathieulh = WiseFellow
    Tyranid = bockscar
    Fanjita = FullerMonty
    Joek = CosmicOverSoul
    Dark_Alex = Malyot
    Chris = Caretaker
    Adrahil = VoidPointer
    nem = h1ckeyph0rce

    Anyway - make sure to read the readme.txt in this release for how to use it, but in brief it works like this:

    You run a program on a homebrew-enabled PSP that will convert a standard PSP battery into a jigkick battery. Note that you can't then use that battery normally - so you should use a spare one.
    You run a program to generate the unbricker memory stick image, built from the v1.5 update EBOOT

    (note that this, and the custom IPL, means the release is completely free of Sony copyright materials).
    You run some programs on a PC to install the image to your memory stick.
    Now, you have a battery/memory stick pair that works just like the famous jigkick combination (but better) - just insert them into any PSP (even a brick) and the PSP will be reinstalled with the v1.5

    firmware. As far as we know, this will continue to work for all future firmwares.


    downgrade any firmware version & unbrick bricked psp!

    Pandora's Battery: The resurrection of the deads
    Yeah, the "Service Mode".

    This has been the work of the alliance of a lot of developers externally known as "C+D": Nem, joek,

    Fanjita, Chris, jim, psp250, ditlew, Skylark, Dark_AleX, mathieulh, tyranid, adrahil and Booster.

    The battery lets to downgrade any firmware version (including those that Sony releases in the future), and to unbrick bricked psp's (whatever bricked by software psp, not only the ones bricked by that retard of Serafin), in all current hardware. Of course, we cannot be sure about future hardware, but the Firmware Update game has finally come to the end for all current psp's.

    Spread the word: DIGG THIS

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    Anyway - make sure to read the readme.txt in this release for how to use it, but in brief it works like

    this:

    You run a program on a homebrew-enabled PSP that will convert a standard PSP battery into a

    jigkick battery. Note that you can't then use that battery normally - so you should use a spare one.
    You run a program to generate the unbricker memory stick image, built from the v1.5 update EBOOT (note that this, and the custom IPL, means the release is completely free of Sony copyright materials).
    You run some programs on a PC to install the image to your memory stick.
    Now, you have a battery/memory stick pair that works just like the famous jigkick combination (but better) - just insert them into any PSP (even a brick) and the PSP will be reinstalled with the v1.5


    http://gudangupload.com/filelink.php...1a499cda8ce8or

    http://indoupload.net/files/479/pandora.zip

    A universal PSP unbricker/downgrader by the Prometheus project, also
    known as Team C+D.
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    Wait a min can you put this into a simple way

    Where can you get this pandora battery
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    My bricked Psp works thanks to pandora battery the only downside is that I had to get a new battery
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