Hacking my friends psp

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  1. Rainy
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    My friend has a PSP on ofw 6.30 and I have a PSP Phat CFW 5.50.

    If I were to hack his I would need a Pandora battery and a MMS. What would be the best guides to go about creating these?

    Also how hackable is a 6.30 PSP even with a pandora battery?
     
  2. Rydian

    Rydian Resident Furvertâ„¢

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    Depends on the PSP model.
     
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    It is a PSP slim.
     
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    Rydian Resident Furvertâ„¢

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    Can you tell us what color it is and if it has or came with any special case logo/design, when he got it, if it game in a bundle/pack with a game, stuff like that?
     
  5. diddy81

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    the slim psps have come with many different motherboards in its time most are hackable with a pandora but the TA-088v3 boards are not

    so more info would help us help you [​IMG]
     
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    It's is just a regular black slim psp. It didn't come in a bundle. Is there a way to discover the motherboard without opening it?
     
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    The facetious answer is that if you try and it irreversibly bricks then it was probably a v3. [​IMG]

    Do you know how old the PSP is? Bought early, relatively recently, or second hand?
     
  9. Jolan

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    I usually run off the Data Code in the back, where the battery usually is, but I think that one only applies to EU PSPs. 8c and higher are semi-CFW only. 8b and lower are pandorable.