They had ran out of doors, but they had found a sledgehammer!They reprogrammed the PSP battery (naming it Pandora Battery), which enabled them to overwrite the PSP’s flash memory.Sadly, Sony kept closing these entrances one by one, and there are only so many doors in a house.At a certain moment, there was an unexpected turn – a new way in that worked for all available PSP’s (at that moment).
It even allows you to unbrick PSP’s (people call a PSP bricked when it stops working due to software abnormalities). Simple, the Pandora Battery method requires either the use of a PSP with custom firmware, or a spare battery pack.It may also void the warranty of your PSP system as you would be working with delicate parts like the PSP’s flash memory.So if you screw up, Make Use Of The homebrew community was always looking for different ways to get in.Instead of buying a brand new battery to cut open, you can always spend less money for more certainty. Luckily, it’s also possible to do this directly through your PC, using Rain’s Simple MMS Maker (available for Windows Xp & Vista). You’re also going to need a 1.50 and 3.80 eboot file, which can be downloaded respectively here and here.Available on e Bay and Amazon are ‘Tool’ batteries, from Datel. To use the program, just select DCv4 from the dropdown list and locate the 3.80 eboot file.