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    Default PSP Go Circuit board / back plate.... thing?

    Hi all,

    I opened my Go earlier, despite seeing pics of a dissembled one online I couldn't resist lol.

    When the back plate was removed I noticed that next to the T91 stamp on the mobo there are 2 square points on the board, and on the inside plastic back plate there are a matching 2 pins which look like they make contact when its screwed together. My question is, what is it? Just thought I'd ask as I've not come across it mentioned yet, and well I just had some kinda stupid hope of maybe a shorting points or something? Long shot I know lol

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    Never mind, was the wifi areal by the looks of it
    Original 1.5 PSP (June 2005) > 2.00 > 1.50 > 3.02OE A/B/C > 3.03OE A > 3.10OE A\' > 3.40OE A > 3.51 M33 > 3.52 M33-3 > 4.01M33 > ??? > 5.50GEN D3 (Thanks Dark_AleX, M33 & GEN) & PSP Go (Oct 09) OFW>6.10> 6.20...
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    Alright, I know you've got it figured out now but... Speaking of WiFi..



    I'm not sure what's he's trying to copy in the end when he starts freaking out but it made me laugh either way.

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    CTRL-C is normally how you forcefully terminates applications in a shell/terminal.

    So, he's trying to get (I assume he is running Linux xD) to stop kidnapping children in order to connect to WiFi.

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    Well that went right over my head.. I just assumed he was using Ctrl + C to copy something like in Windows

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    I thought that too Organized Chaos lol never had the time to learn to use Linux properly
    Original 1.5 PSP (June 2005) > 2.00 > 1.50 > 3.02OE A/B/C > 3.03OE A > 3.10OE A\' > 3.40OE A > 3.51 M33 > 3.52 M33-3 > 4.01M33 > ??? > 5.50GEN D3 (Thanks Dark_AleX, M33 & GEN) & PSP Go (Oct 09) OFW>6.10> 6.20...
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