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    mz_as_ace is offline -Hacks Ninja
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    :P:P:P:P


    Can't wait to hack that skinny bitch. Anyone getting it?

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    Joe Smith is offline -Hacks Enthusiast
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    I'm getting a Slim but the pandora won't work... well at first anyways.
    PSP™ Slim & Lite (Piano Black) - Custom Firmware 3.71 M33-2

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    mz_as_ace is offline -Hacks Ninja
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Smith
    I'm getting a Slim but the pandora won't work... well at first anyways.
    You never know, it just might.
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    no pandora does not work
    well n secondly slim is supposedly designed not to be able to run 1.5

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    PSP slim will be a heck of a lot harder to hack than our current PSPs, Sony are not comepletly reatared.

    I don\'t give a crap about your firmware history

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepreath
    PSP slim will be a heck of a lot harder to hack than our current PSPs, Sony are not comepletly reatared.
    Agreed. Don't you think that Sony already knows bout the Pandora bro?
    It's all over the place...every freakin PSP Forum pretty much. Plus the fact that they haven't released it yet gives it even more chance for them to make some last minute changes.

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    But still, It will be hackable.
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    wouldnt it be possible if they got hen to run then we could just us a cfw flasher from that?

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    at the same time, but that doesn't mean it's going to happen" ~Travisclees~

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    no sony is dumb they don't know what a pandora's battery it. :sigh:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisrr
    Quote Originally Posted by sepreath
    PSP slim will be a heck of a lot harder to hack than our current PSPs, Sony are not comepletly reatared.
    Agreed. Don't you think that Sony already knows bout the Pandora bro?
    It's all over the place...every freakin PSP Forum pretty much. Plus the fact that they haven't released it yet gives it even more chance for them to make some last minute changes.
    Doubt they'd be making any changes to the initial run, when Pandora broke, there were thousands of units worldwide packed and shipped, it would cost too much to recall them and change the hardware, not to mention pushing the release back a few months.

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