Thread: WARNING!!!! Do notuse 2200mAh Battery to make Pandora's Battery!!!!

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  1. #1 WARNING!!!! Do notuse 2200mAh Battery to make Pandora's Battery!!!! 
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    I just want to share this with you all that I've been chasing my tail and shoot myself in the foot and waist my times and other peoples from this forum by asking how to make Pandora. Today and tonight I just figured this out that I have been using SONY 3.6V 2200mAh battery pack to make Pandora and for some reasons and why this battery pack just can't converted to Pandora. Finally, I started to use the battery that came with PSP and it's works instantly. So, again I just want to let people out there don't fall in the loop like I did.
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    You probably have a replica (aka fake) 2200 mAh battery.... i got a couple of those as well (still make good batteries but you cant pandora them). Just check the compatibility list next time.....
    Silver PSP1000 with double X2 3600mAh batteries and Go!cam running 3.52M33-4 with NYKO Charger Grips (psp on 2200mAh batteries) and a 4GB Sandisk Gaming MS Pro Duo, accompanied by a 120GB Hyperdrive Space.... You gotta love it
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    I also have a 2200 mAh battery, the battery is to big to place in the PSP, I wonder if I have also a fake one, how can i check if it's real or fake???
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    A 2200mAh that doesnt fit the PSP? Interesting.... Mine are exactly the same size as the standard 1800.... My 3600's however will not fit (they are rougly twice the size of the standard 1800).

    Having a 'real' or a 'fake' doesnt matter at all UNLESS you want to make a pandora out of it... If you wanna know if your battery is the real deal or not just run the battery patch program, if it doesnt work you have a 'fake' and if it does work you either have a 'real' or simply a very good 'fake' battery.
    Silver PSP1000 with double X2 3600mAh batteries and Go!cam running 3.52M33-4 with NYKO Charger Grips (psp on 2200mAh batteries) and a 4GB Sandisk Gaming MS Pro Duo, accompanied by a 120GB Hyperdrive Space.... You gotta love it
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    ok thanks for your help.

    PS: my 2200 mAh battery has also twice the size of the standard.
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    =/ wish ide found this before i screwed up mine... any way to fix it?

    (edit) there i go again.. sry for the necro post
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    its best to use official sony battery for making a pandoras battery
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    Is it phat or slim use the Sony 3.6 V 1200 mAh it worked for me

    This one worked for slim.
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