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    xedent is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Just wondering if many people here have bought the Pandora's battery from ebay and do they work just as good as the ones you can make ourself ?

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    Blood_breaker is offline -Hacks Enthusiast
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    umm i dont see how they couldnt work as well.... unless someone started to make "fake" ones..

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    adam62882 is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    i got mine off ebay from a private seller who only had one of them. he had purchased it off of ebay as well... i would think that they should be fine, just don't pay too much for it. there are a lot of people on there trying to charge 100 bucks for the set... wayyyyy too much.

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    If you don't want to buy from ebay, you can just buy a Datel Tool Battery, it lets you make a pandora battery even if you don't have a 1.50/CF psp.
    I bought mine from www.divineo.com

    Running on 3.90M33

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    -RAZER1- is offline -Hacks Smarty
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    i bought one on ebay it was a pandora battery with 512mb memory stick for 20 bucks
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    Bro, there's no point in buying one. Have someone make you one or just borrow one. This was meant to be free.

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    Arson` is offline -Hacks Neophyte
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrey94
    Bro, there's no point in buying one. Have someone make you one or just borrow one. This was meant to be free.
    Some people don't have access to one..:/ I mean anyone could make one, but not everyone has the knowledge either.

    Running on 3.90M33

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    I think that the easiest way to do it is how you just remove one of the pins from the battery and ZING you've got a pandoras battery.

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    I made mine in about 1 minute and I'm completely thick.
    It works great.
    I used a safety pin and was very careful.
    The rest of what you need is available ON THE NET.

    I'm going to do a photo report in a bit of what/how I did.
    DS with FF3+M64DS+£3 swapped for BLACK 1003 PSP (v2.00)v2.00-->v1.00-->v1.50-->v3.20oeB-->v3.40oeA
    -->v3.52M33-4-->v3.71M33-3(+1.50)-->v3.52M33-->BRICKED-->home made pandora-->v1.50-->v3.52M33-4-->v3.80M33-4(+1.50)

    -->v4.01M33-2(+1.50)+piKey0.45 with PalmOne UWK

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    I bought the Datel Tool battery,
    There was no way I was converting my original PSP battery because I only had the one, and at the time you had to have access to a modded PSP to make it in the first place.

    Now that I have the Tool Battery I have done PSP's for my friends and even my sons slim, so all in all its been a good thing to buy.

    Plus you can unbrick if you screw it up because the Tool battery is just that - you cant covert it back. I know that you can make a battery, but when you factor in that you have to do it & buy a new battery (assuming you want to keep it) & if you convert it back & bugger up your psp your screwed - for the few quid more the tool battery is well worth it.

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