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    Default got given a pandora battery

    it is for psp how do i use it

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    REQUIREMENTS
    - A spare PSP Battery. Any make will do. Using a spare is best, as it
    will not be possible to boot the PSP in its normal state with the
    modified battery.
    - A spare Memory Stick Pro Duo of less than 4Gb. (256Mb should be
    enough for all applications).
    - A PSP with a Custom Firmware such as OE, M33 or WC, or a PSP with
    the 1.5 original kernel.

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
    - Connect the PSP to the PC with the Memory Stick inside via the USB
    Connection.
    - Format the Memory Stick using any utility.
    - Use mspformat to format the Memory Stick logically.
    - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection.
    - Connect the Memory Stick again via the USB connection of the PSP.
    - Manually create the PSP/GAME (optionally PSP/GAME150) folders on the
    Memory Stick.
    - Copy the "battery" and "installer" programs to the PSP/GAME
    (optionally PSP/GAME150) folder.
    - Copy the 1.50 official updater as UPDATE.PBP to the root of the
    Memory Stick.
    - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection.
    - Run "installer" through the firmware on the PSP. This application
    will create the firmware files on the root of the Memory Stick, as
    well as msipl.bin.
    - Connect the Memory Stick again via the USB connection of the PSP.
    - Execute "msipl" application on the PC with the msipl.bin to write
    the IPL to memory stick.
    - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection.
    - Execute "battery" application on the PSP to modify the battery.
    - Congratulation, you are now in posession of a "Magic Memory Stick"
    and a "JigKick Battery".

    USAGE
    - Insert Memory Stick into the PSP
    - Remove power cord and insert the JigKick Battery into the PSP.
    - A menu appears when the PSP boots. Follow the onscreen information
    and instructions.

    NOTES AND RESTRICTIONS
    - The firmware in the Memory Stick is not a full 1.50, but a minimal
    subset. Therefore, not all applications (such as flashers, or
    recovery apps) will load.
    - Only Memory Stick Pro Duo are compatible. Memory Stick Duo
    (e.g. 32MB sticks) are not supported.
    - The IDStorage cannot be totally restored, as there is no known way
    to regenerate it properly.
    - It is strongly RECOMMENDED to make a flash dump of the PSP before
    any downgrading operation.
    - There might be a BSOD at the end of the downgrade. This is normal,
    and happens on the standard downgraders.
    - All hardware revisions known at this day are supported.
    - This release contains no Sony-copyrighted material. All required
    Sony data is generated from the v1.50 update files.
    any information provided is for educational/experimental purposes only.

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    thats a ton of detail, thanks!

 

 

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