if custom firmware would be easier/cheaper/better then i'll do that. I say you just go to custom fiirmware, it has no downsides, and allows you to do much more.the seconde battery isn't really necessary, you would otherwise just turn your existing battery into a pandora's.
There are really no downsides to custom firmware..it doesn't really matter to me which firmware i'm on i just want the psp to work.Hey something isnt working here mind helping me out?This is designed to remove custom firmware easily and restore a classic 1.5 firmware back to your psp. ), maybe they shouldn't have been messing with something they knew little about in the first place but I digress...Most people know of the famous pandora battery technique which will unbrick and/or downgrade a psp's firmware. All should not be lost if you have the means to reinstall the custom firmware.
You wanna make whats called a Pandora battery and Magic Memory it worth my hastle to do because this psp that i have that has this problem isn't in that great of condition so if this is gonna cost me like 0 dollars to do i might as well just buy a used psp that's working. OK well heres what it its you can do this with your current battery and current memory stick, but you'd need to backup your memory stick and its kinda a hassle turning your battery into and not into a memory stick.you only need like a 64mb stick, and a second battery would cost you tho.