“Pandora battery” for PSP Go confirmed

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Hackers looking to unbrick all models of PSP have made some tremendous progress this week, with Leo Oliveira showcasing working Service ode and unbricking tools for the PSP Go. Interestingly, his setup makes use of the PSP Go Cradle, a pretty hard-to-find docking station for the console (the hackers gave the precision that other components can be used instead).

We’ve mentioned a couple weeks ago that PSP hackers were actively looking into the PSP Go, to figure out how to unbrick it with Baryon Sweeper. It appears they’re already there, and we might see schematics sooner than later.

What is Baryon Sweeper for the PSP

Baryon Sweeper is a series of tools and hardware schematics designed to unbrick later PSP models (which require more than the original pandora battery). Mimicking Sony’s official recovery tools, Baryon Sweeper allows to enter service mode and unbrick PSP 3000 models as well as pandora-incompatible versions of PSP 2000s.

Most PSPs can now be unbricked with the Baryon Sweeper tool, with PSP GO being the last model to not be supported, due to its different hardware and Syscon communication protocol.

PSP Go Pandora Battery is here

Hacker Leo Oliveira had shared new details on the PS PGO’s Syscon last week, and today he’s confirmed they are now able to enter service mode and unbrick the PSP Go. He credits Proxima in particular for Reverse engineering the Firmware controller software.

 

In parallel, Zecoxao has published some initial schematics on how the Baryon Sweeper “battery” will connect to the PSP Go. Why the PSP Go cradle was used is shown clearly here, but as the schematics mention, “any plug containing all pins may be used instead”.

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