View Full Version : JigKick Battery creation with HellCat

June 9th, 2008, 00:26

I'm with some (maybe) duummy questions:

I've read in some places (here (http://www.newsinside.org/en/tutoriais/psp/como-criar-sua-pandoras-battery-para-o-psp/)) that you can't create a JigKick Battery via HellCat if your battery came with slim model. Is it true? Or can I create it in any battery if my motherboard model is different of TA-085-v2 wich denys EEPROM writing (as you can see here (http://alek.dark-alex.org/?itemid=37))?

If I can create the battery only with old PSP Battery models (fat), can I create a JigKick Battery with this one (http://www.amazon.com/Sony-PSP-Battery-Kit/dp/B00101UWWY/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1212967139&sr=8-1)?

The last:

How can I know if my motherboard level is TA-085-v2? Maybe running HellCat (as mentioned here (http://forums.qj.net/f-psp-development-forum-11/t-release-pandora-installer-for-3xx-kernels-122449.html))?

That's all!


June 9th, 2008, 19:03
If your psp has official firmware you can't create a pandora's battery with HellCat in the first place as the program won't even run

If your psp has Custom firmware you can only give it a try, and see if you can create the pandora's battery, as I have no Idea of how to check if your psp has a TA-085-v2 motherboard.

I bet you're trying to install custom firmware on your psp, in that case you can try searching for a friend who has a pandora or do a hardware modification on your battery

check the wikipedia link on my sig, there is a tutorial of how to do a harware modification of your battery

edit: just found a nicer guide on the other post http://www.blastprocessing.net/?page_id=20