New to all this with pandora and downgrade

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Feb 7, 2009
  1. Timpa
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    im thinking of getting a psp-3000, and then downgraed and get gba emulator. but is i said, im new to all this. im would be happy if anyone told me or showed me a safe guide how to make pandora battery to a psp-3000 and downgrade it so i can put gba emulator and other psp homebrews or even games. anyone that have a psp-3000 thx
     
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    PSP-3000s and PSP-2000s with TA-88v3 motherboards are not hackable.

    Your best bet is to get a PSP Phat or an older PSP Slim, preferably one that was bought earlier than August '08, or one that came packaged with a firmware version below 4.01.
     
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    im going to get a second hand psp slim grey that is already flahed and ready i think it is m33, and that is good i think, any coments? heres web http://www.blocket.se/vi/20172255.htm hope u can swedish hope i can put homebrews and roms and gba emulator on it, any1 can i?
     
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    Yeah, it looks like it is already flashed, so you should be able to put stuff on it no prob.

    The thing about buying already flashed PSP's is that the price is usually jacked up. I don't know the average price of PSP's in Sweeden, so I can't really judge on the price.
     
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    It's something like $50 more expensive than a non-flashed one.

    Easy way to tell if it's flashable from used PSP-2004's: If the datecode behind the battery is 1-7, it is.
     
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    the color is ice silver right? im getting this because im really new to all this, and i havent think much of psp roms but gba emulator looks funny, hehe and with this i wont need to do pandora and flash so for me i do only need to put it over via the cable and voila!
     

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