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  1. #1 Difficulties with PSP-110 (fat) battery hardmodding 
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    Howdy,
    I finally decided to create a Pandora's Battery by hardmodding,
    so I bought a PSP-110 battery from Huuto.net (something like eBay).

    From the outside, it looks exactly like the original one, except for some differences on the backplate.
    The packaging says "Made in Japan", though the battery says "Made in China". It's not the new model btw.
    I'm not sure about the original packaging, but the printquality of mine looks pretty poor on the backside.

    Anyways, here's the batterycover:


    And now the real problem.
    The inside of the battery looks completely different from what I've seen. This turns out to be pretty troublesome,
    since even after further searching I was not able to find a guide to mod this kind of battery.

    So, here it is:


    As you can see, I've located already the chip I need to modify. But unfortunatly I can't tell which pin I need to lift.
    In case it helps, the chip says "8922 BE6318", though I'm not 100% sure, as it is even for me difficult to read.

    I hope to get some help from you guys.
    Thanks in advance.

    PS: Sorry, if the images are too large, but I can't post any URLs and I wanted to make them cleary visible.
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    Find the side with the indentation. That's the top, and pin one is on the top left. The pin you want is the fifth one counter-clockwise from there. That would make it the bottom right pin.
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    So you mean this one?



    o = indentation

    EDIT: Oh, yeah right. Matched it with other guides. o.o
    Thanks a lot for your help. ^_^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Void View Post
    So you mean this one?



    o = indentation

    EDIT: Oh, yeah right. Matched it with other guides. o.o
    Thanks a lot for your help. ^_^
    so have you succesfully hardmodded this battery? i have the same board and find different guides saying to cut different parts off. i just need someone to tell me the exact chip and pin
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    It's better to just spend the $6 on a Pandora rather than hacking your Battery apart, risking a $40 loss. :x My opinion.
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    done

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbossvii View Post


    done
    my battery doesnt have the small black chip. only the big one. do any of you have a battery like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathinator View Post
    my battery doesnt have the small black chip. only the big one. do any of you have a battery like that?
    so whats the model number of your battery? because i was helping the guy with a 110 battery. in order for it to be pandoraized it MUST be a official sony battery

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