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This is my first instructable so don't judge too harshly. This project came to be when I thought "Hey, Sony is evil, they don't have any inexpensive alternatives ...
first you'll need to get all of the parts and pieces.1- altiods tin (flavor of your choice)2- a +5 volt regulatora +5 volt regulator (what this whole project ...
when you buy the battery holder it will not fit in the tin, it was at this point when I thought "NOT COOL" and I went through an ...
once the battery pack is installed and the glue has dried you can break out the soldering iron. It uses a extremely simple circuit and I should be ...
Now to make the cord that connects the battery pack to the PSP. cut a legth of your speaker wire (it doesn't really matter how long) and attach ...
now just drill the holes and install all of the parts in the tin, be careful not to scratch up the sides like I did, and have a ...
well, there you have it! in five easy steps, I highly recomend making one if you have a PSP but I will also sell them if someone wants ...
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