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  1. #1 [HELP] Modding the PSP 1003 
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    Hey, I just got a PSP 1003 with system software 6.60 on it. I'd like to be able to run emulators on my psp so I can play N64, SNES, NES etc. games on it.
    I can safely say I have no idea where to start and can't find a comprehensive step by step guide. Do you have to modify the battery into a pandra battery to be able to run emulators?

    Help would be appreciated, thanks for reading.
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    This is all you need to install Custom Firmware:6.60ME-1.8 (OFW Version) - Downloads - PSPMOD.com - PSP / PS Vita Forums. This is an original Phat PSP we are talking about isnt it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Guapo View Post
    This is all you need to install Custom Firmware:6.60ME-1.8 (OFW Version) - Downloads - PSPMOD.com - PSP / PS Vita Forums. This is an original Phat PSP we are talking about isnt it?
    Yerh it is, thanks for the link
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    After i've downloaded the firmware can i delete the eboots off the psp?
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    Once you have run it and installed it, then yes, you can delete
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