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Old November 15th, 2008, 12:31 PM
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Before anyone yells about piracy, it isn't. I'm just hacking it to run homebrews and to play my old PS1 games as I only have the 40gb PS3 and it isnt backwards compatible.

I'm using PSP slim, and I know that the battery needs to be edited, can anyone give me the dos and donts about it, or possibly an easier method? Someone who sells |Reliable hacked batteries would be really helpful too.

Secondly, what homebrew is best for running PS1 games at best quality?
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