First off let me just say that if you’re a normal user of a CFW-enabled PSP, the chances of using a Pandora Battery is highly unlikely.
A Pandora Battery is only necessary when:
- You are say… a homebrew/CFW/unofficial PSP developer fooling around with the psp
- A pspfag with no common sense and can’t freaking follow simple, simple instructions
- You are a doom-monger
I mean downgrading a PSP with a official firmware is relatively easy, as long as you follow instructions.
upgrading a CFW on a PSP is EVEN easier.
So seriously, unless you are under one(or two, or all of the above) of the three I’ve mentioned, a Pandora Battery is not necessary.
I myself don’t have one.
To put it simply a Pandora Battery helps you save your PSP from the thrash man; it unbricks and/or downgrades your PSP – safely. This discovery was made by the Noobz! team.
By all means this was a life saver for people with a bricked psp, but creating a Pandora Battery proves difficult, as:
1) The step is rather tedious and complicated if you are new to the PSP scene
2) The process requires you to have a Spare battery and mem stick, and as far as I know, the spare battery will no longer function as a normal battery, the mem stick? Me ain’t sure.
Luckily, Someone came up with a way to negate the above two problems. Without further ado,
As usual, be careful. I myself have not tested this method. MAKE GODDAMN SURE you RTFM! TWICE! THREE TIMES EVEN! Follow each steps carefully. If you are not sure with a certain step, either stop immediately or go google for more a detailed understanding.