After finding out that the Pandora battery I've been saving for a year or so died from apparent lack of usage, I decided to convert my main battery into a Pandora out of desperation at my PSP becoming fully bricked. The problem is that nothing I do seems to work. From what I've researched, there's 3 methods: 1) Cut a trace 2) Break a Leg (Hah!) 3) Solder/Glue/Tape a wire between two points The problem is when I tried them. First, I cut the trace. It didn't auto-power. I cut it all the way through. No auto-power. I cut it until it was a white mess. Nothing. Out of frustration, I cut all the way through the board until it was absolutely impossible for there to be any trace left. Nothing. No auto-power. Still works as a normal battery, and charges. Powering it on with the MMS yields no results. Deciding to try option 2 before my spirits are crushed, I pried the leg off. ..Still nothing. I scrape any remnants in case a piece was left over. Nothing. I scrape the silver mesh underneath where the leg was. Nothing. Because of my lack of a wire and skills, I'm not really sure how to do #3. So I move to desperate measures and decide I might be able to mix-match. I have a working battery and non-Pandora board. And then I have a Pandora board and a non-working board. if I mix-and-match, I could make a normal one? After cutting open the Pandora battery as well, I discover the boards themselves are different. Deciding that it was my only option, I try to pry the metal clip off of the working battery's board to free it. Then the metal contacting my knife results in smoke and a nasty smell, assumably a short-out (A tutorial said it was safe to 'cut' the clip, how was I to know?). Despite me cutting through the board, cutting off a leg, and shorting it out, it still works. As a normal battery. Could this just be me unlucky, could I have some kind of odd glitch that disables Pandoras (It's a compatible PSP, I've pandora'd it before), or what?