hi. im new here and i was trying this and i could make my battery pandora but the mem stick didnt seem to become a "magic" mem stick. i would do exactly as it said by putting in the stick then holding down L shoulder button then putting in the battery but the screen wouldnt load. please help
what version is your PSP?
If it is a phat, then you most likely stuffed up your battery or mem stick.
to check the battery, take out everything in your PSP, and just insert the battery. If the LED power light comes on automatically, then the battery is a good pandora. If not, then its either not charged, you didnt cut the line/remove the pin enough, or you have fully stuffed up the battery.... To check that it can still be modded, that you havent stuffed up the battery, try turning it on like you would normally.... If it turns on, try the battery step again.... if it doesnt, charge it then try turning it on again.... if it doesnt turn on, then the batttery is stuffed up. Id recommend you buy a 2-in-1 pandora off of dealextreme or buy a new battery and the battery converter from datel ( link to the converter in the guide )
If it isnt the battery, then it must be the MMS, try remaking it...
If that still doesnt work, then i would suggest trying Aguilz's program for the MMS, the guide can be found here: viewtopic.php?t=24141
it updates to 3.80 M33 ( correct me if im wrong ) so you can do a system update when it is done...
If it is a slim, you could be unlucky to have a PSP with a TA 88v3 motherboard.
In that case, you are stuffed...
There are several ways to tell if you have a Ta 88v3 or not, the easiest is knowing what the original firmware was.
If it was 3.95 or below, then yo;u should be fine, if it was 4.01 or 4.05, then you might have a Ta 88v3. In that case, you cant mod the PSP..
If you have a PSP 3000, it cant be modded at all as of yet.
Hope any of that helped, if you have any more questions, just ask...