I have experience on modding PSPs.
^Just about any file you will need can be found there^
I haven't modded one recently but when I first did it they required a certain firmware to do it without any extra items. Just look for a guide on modding whatever firmware you have. A pandoras bettery always made things amazing but I assume yours is a PSP-3000... if I am wrong and its a 1000/2000 series then I would recommend buying one of these.
Youtube can probably explain everything better than any post I can make so just search again on youtube for your firmware and see if you can find a good video, most of them have links to the files you need too.
> Allright! I got lucky today. I bought a psp and a slim ps2 (with 2 pad) for 30
> Euro's, which is dirt cheap. The psp didn't have an adapter but a trip to a
> local toyshop fixed that problem for 7,99 euro's :-) I wanted to buy one for
> quite some time, but I was way to stingy to fork out 80 E.
> The ps2 is nice, too, but I think I'll trade it with to a friend of mine for a
> nice hugh.
> And here I was, wanting to stay in bed all day and drink cheap plonk.
> Anyhoe, anyone has got some experience with modding psp's?