Gaming Can I use ChickHEN with firmware 5.51?

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Hi,

I recently bought a PSP 2000, and I want to put custom firmware on it. I do not have a pandora battery, and I only want to get one if absolutely necessary. I have FIrmware ver. 5.51, and on Livin in a box's thread, I did not see anything for 5.51. Any help would be appreciated!

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lol yeah I was editing when you ppl posted

I could swear it only said "I bought in at GameStop"

oh well...maybe someone can guide you if you post part of the serial number

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just google the string
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hackable psp-2000 serial numbers

I think you'll find enough info with that
 

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The serial number is AT030958067-PSP2001.

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DunkrWunkah said:
The serial number is AT030958067-PSP2001.

Thanks.
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