So I made a Pandora's battery a while back, is it STILL a pandora&

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    After I modded my friend's PSP, I just took the battery back and kept using it. My OTHER friend wants his PSP modded, so would I need to make the battery a pandora's battery again? Or is it still in "effect"?
     
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    You have to repandoraize it, assuming you rewrote over the ipl to get the battery back to normal.
     
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    That's the thing, I never DID anything to the battery, I just used it as if it were normal. THAT's why I'm confused.
     
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    Well a battery that has been "Pendorized" would ALLWAYS be a Pendora unless you repair the chip you damaged or you undo the soft modding of the battery.
     
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    I don't remember exactly, but when I was going through the tutorial (don't remember which one) after I modded my friend's PSP, it made me connect my PSP to the AC adaptor and go through this whole process. Was that probably it?
     
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    Which method did you specifically use to convert your battery into a Pandora battery in the first place?
     
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    Is your battery charged? Did you put a file on your memory stick to load the internal firmware?
     

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