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PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by CPUzX » Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:47 am

SMOKE wrote:
CPUzX wrote:MGS HD Collection lasted roughly 6:20 hours with a 1200 PSP slim battery installed.
OMG!! You really played it that long?!?! :shock:
... Yeahhhhhhhhh.
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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by cl0k » Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:56 am

guys the images dont work or it just me?
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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by jc_gargma » Wed Feb 12, 2014 5:15 pm

cl0k wrote:guys the images don't work or it just me?
Op post images work for me.
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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by Clarkal » Fri Feb 14, 2014 9:13 pm

CPUzX wrote:MGS HD Collection lasted roughly 6:20 hours with a 1200 PSP slim battery installed.
How long did it last before the 1200 PSP slim battery ?. Also on the second mod with the Pisen adapter, do i need to have that to charge through a power bank ? or can i just use the usb extender with the ports shorted.

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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by dragng8 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:24 pm

Here's a few pictures of an original ps3 controller battery beside a psp1000 battery. Gadorach stated said that the slim psp battery was 50mm in length x 35mm wide x 6mm thick, so i figured id work around that. The controller battery is 57mm length x 35mm wide x 5mm thick with the case ON. With the case OFF it looks like itll fit, but as you can see this thing is only 610mAh. Which would give me around 2810mAh. I guess an extra hour of gameplay isnt too bad.

So can someone clarify which battery would be overcharged? Should I calibrate my Vita and ps3 controller battery by draining them first? What battery works best for you? Im trying to get some more details before I do this and find out later i shortened my battery life or something.

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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by CPUzX » Sun Apr 20, 2014 9:08 am

dragng8 wrote:Here's a few pictures of an original ps3 controller battery beside a psp1000 battery. Gadorach stated said that the slim psp battery was 50mm in length x 35mm wide x 6mm thick, so i figured id work around that. The controller battery is 57mm length x 35mm wide x 5mm thick with the case ON. With the case OFF it looks like itll fit, but as you can see this thing is only 610mAh. Which would give me around 2810mAh. I guess an extra hour of gameplay isnt too bad.

So can someone clarify which battery would be overcharged? Should I calibrate my Vita and ps3 controller battery by draining them first? What battery works best for you? Im trying to get some more details before I do this and find out later i shortened my battery life or something.

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Have you tried fitting the PS3 controller battery in the vita yet?

Also, the PSP battery would have to cope with an extra 0.1v current, it's 3.6v but it's fine. It won't really do any damage to either batteries.
It's best to fully charge both batteries before you install them to the PSV; because otherwise they could hold an uneven charge, maybe even an incomplete charge with each cycle and you wouldn't get the full benefit of the added battery.

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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by edukarlo » Fri Oct 03, 2014 3:14 pm

after almost a year since you guys made this mod, how is it guys? just looking for some feedback.. as i finally dexided to do this mod now.. but before I do, just wanna ask anyone hear ever had an exploding or leaking batt after doing this mod? or were you satisfied with this mod?

and one last question, will it still be possible to use a nyko power grip after doing this mod?
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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by cornman » Thu Apr 12, 2018 3:50 am

any link to the battery used?

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Re: PS Vita battery mod WIFI ONLY (detailed)

Post by jchang » Mon May 21, 2018 4:01 pm

I am trying to come up with new largest alternatives to batteries I can use.
I know the best 'KNOWN' possibility is 4000 mAh according to youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr1QOuZNx04
90 X 60 X 6 mm
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2-PCS-3-7V-400 ... SwZA1adnLo

Here are the listings I found on ebay that looks promising.
Let me know the advice. I really hope some could work!!!!

5000mAh - 75 X 55 X 10 mm
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rechargeable-P ... Sw8CZa3zeS

5000mAh - 113 X 65 X 5.5 mm
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rechargeable-P ... SwAghau1SY

8000mAh - 121 X 65 X 7.5 mm
https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-7V-8000-mAh- ... 0005.m1851

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