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    spartin268 is offline -Hacks Enthusiast
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    I'm not sure if this will work on a slim, but i've noticed those two metel strips under the charge hole
    and if you connect a battery (-) to one strip then get another wire and connect it to the other strip to the (+) side of the battery you can charge it that way? Just for that little extra power you need to save ur game or something.But who'll carry wires and a battery around in there pocket


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    I predict people will make fun of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuilT1
    I predict people will make fun of you.
    *concurs*

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    i wouldnt mind carrying around some wire and a battery. i just need to remember not to put my psp in the same pocket with the wire and battery. i dont want to scratch my screen. :bucktooth:


    .....and you said "charge hole"...waHAha! :o
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuilT1
    I predict people will make fun of you.
    lmao....

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    :o Don't become a electrician.

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    It's so you can use one of these:

    Trust Predator PSP case. It gives you about 3+ hours additional battery power



    It's got two copper pins that connect on the PSP when inserted in the case.
    When you switch the case on the orange light burns on PSP.
    When the case runs out of power the green liht comes on.
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    slaphappygamer is offline -Hacks Guru
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    or just get another battery. its cheaper, less bulky, and it wont scratch your screen if you happen to put your psp in the same pocket. :twothumbs:
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimSleeper
    It's so you can use one of these:

    Trust Predator PSP case. It gives you about 3+ hours additional battery power

    http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/7...1528ao5.th.jpg

    It's got two copper pins that connect on the PSP when inserted in the case.
    When you switch the case on the orange light burns on PSP.
    When the case runs out of power the green liht comes on.
    I like the look of that case ..... is that built in speakers in the lid ?

    * Edit NM i found it online it's the Trust Predator PSP Powered Audio Case GM-5400 with built in speakers *

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