Thread: The Quick And Easy Guide To Hard-Mod A Battery Into A Jigkick Battery (pandora)

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  1. #1 The Quick And Easy Guide To Hard-Mod A Battery Into A Jigkick Battery (pandora) 
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    I removed this guide... Bye Bye
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    i thought everyone knew about the pandora thing. i just call it pandora because its more commonly used.

    i like the use of words in this tutorial, it compensates for the lower quality pictures.

    edit: also you should have posted this in the tutorials


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    Quote Originally Posted by itzzspencer View Post
    i thought everyone knew about the pandora thing. i just call it pandora because its more commonly used.

    i like the use of words in this tutorial, it compensates for the lower quality pictures.

    edit: also you should have posted this in the tutorials
    If you're trying to take a jab at me just outright say it. Sorry if the pics arent up to YOUR standards but I dont see why helping anyone in any way should be looked down upon. So, if you dont have anything helpfull to add here..........................
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    you could have thrown in the magic memory stick process also...i mean why just stop here? according to the posts i read, i see more people having problems with the magic stick than the battery...the famous line: "i have a green light and a black screen, what do i do now?" - as you can see, many people know how to create the tool battery
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    I guess you havent looked at the other link in my sig. I've been waiting for the owner of that thread to give me consent to do a direct post here. After, that, I will link the two of them together. And yes, your right, the famous green light and black screen is the most posted questions. But mostly it turns out to be user error. Finding the error is the hard part though.....
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    are you kidding me? i complemented what you said, and given you advice to fucking post it in the tutorials. your posted a tutorial on hardmodding where there is one too with humongous high quality pictures is what i am comparing it to. read what i have to fucking say before you start saying shit. and look around the tutorials


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    Am I kidding you about what? I didnt try to talk shit about anything.
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    are those pics ripped cuz im not sure thats allowed?
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    The first three pictures (the one on the granite counter) are pictures that I took of MY PSP battery. The last two pictures (the close ups) are pictures that acureon (a member at another forum) posted in one of his threads. He has given me permission to use the pictures and I even mentioned this in the original post.

    So, I dont think that there is any reason that use of any of the pictures wouldnt be allowed.
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