The Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) uses a Pandora battery to install custom firmware on it. You cannot then use the Pandora battery as a normal PSP battery without using special software. Once the PSP battery is normal again, it can be used to play games, turning the system on and off as you normally would.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Pandora battery
- Ultra Pandora Installer
- USB cable
Plug the charger into your PSP after you have removed any battery from it. The Pandora battery will not allow your PSP to boot up normally, and you will be presented with the Pandora menu if you try to turn the PSP on if equipped with the Pandora battery. By inserting the charger into the PSP, and then turning it on, you are bypassing the Pandora menu. Insert the Pandora battery into the PSP after it has been turned on, leaving the PSP charger connected.
Connect the PSP to your computer with the USB cable and select "USB Connection" from the PSP main menu. A window will appear on your computer. You will see the files on your PSP memory stick.
Download Ultra Pandora Installer and right-click the folder that is downloaded to your computer. Click "Copy" and right-click the "Game" folder on your PSP memory stick. Click "Paste" to transfer the program to your PSP.
Disconnect your PSP from your computer and select the Ultra Pandora Installer from the PSP menu. Select "Battery Options" from the menu and select "Make Normal Battery." Your Pandora battery will be turned into a normal PSP battery.
Press the "Home" button to return to the PSP menu. Your battery is now normal.
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