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Ok so ive read several guides but im still a little lost on some things. So to start with I have a darth vader psp slim running the retail 3.80 firmware and an 8gb sony memory stick. Is it possible to mod my psp to run emulators without buying anything new? If so where should I start?
Would it be best if I did a time machine install? How would that change things? Do I need both a regular and a pandora battery to install time machine? Ive read in other places that it is impossible to make a magic memory stick out of an 8gb memory stick is this true?
it has to be 4gb and lower and yes you need pandora battery to install cfw
Here is a link on dark alex time machine.Tells you what it is & what it does.
http://www.pspmod.com/forums/psp-new...-v0-1-out.html (Dark Alex's Time Machine v0.1 OUT)
And like twitchet said( it has to be 4gb and lower and yes you need pandora battery to install cfw)So yes you can.
ok so this might be the last set of questions.... Once I install the CFW is there a way for me to turn my hard modded pandora battery back into a normal battery so I dont have to plug it in each time I want to start it up? Also for the psp slim in order to run emulators off my memory stick all I have to do is flash to the 3.9 m33-2 firmware or is there more to it?
For the slim you have to use time machine for the 1.5 kernel to run homebrew(emulators & flash games as well as apps)..
This is in a paragraph from the tutorial i posted for you.
if you have a modded slim battery, without cutting the pin, then read here...
open your battery back up... you see the line you cut with the blade? now use that No.2 pencil and trace over that line..yes you heard right, trace it with a pencil, do it maybe 5-6 to make sure it works...
Last edited by davewill; 02-27-2008 at 04:41 AM.
ok so let me get this straight first I make a pandora battery and magic memory stick then I use them to flash to the 3.9 m33-2 firmware. Then I install time machine which allows me to play emulators/homebrew. Then I open the battery back up and trace back over the broken trace on the battery pcb with a pencil to complete the circuit and change it back into a regular battery. Then i can put my 8gb memory stick back in and load up some emulators.
im sorry if im being annoying its just that most guides out there don't address the entire process as a whole only bits and pieces of it. Ive been trying to piece it all together before I start ripping open my psp.
Your not annoying,I can understand.You bought a psp ,there not cheap & you don't want to ruin it.If you know someone with custom firmware,you can softmod your battery if there's is also a slim.If they have a phat psp you could softmod there battery,use it in yours then change there battery back into a regular battery.But you can't use a slim battery in a phat psp.
Just another option & if you use that option.One of the links i gave you is the tutorial on how to do it.
you dont have to use time machine to run emulators there are emulators and homebrew made just for 3.90m33-2 i dont use time machine and use snes genesis n64 nes emulators just fine i have a slimm psp with 3.90m33-2 on it and yes you can use a 512mb and then use your 8gb thats what i did but used a 1gb and now have a 8gb
Last edited by twitchet; 02-27-2008 at 07:14 PM.
daedalus for n64 not sure of what version i tried, one version it didnt work so tried a different one that did work
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