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Have no friends and my psp is bricked! (Closed)

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by Venom1987, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. Venom1987

    Venom1987 Regular member

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    I beleive my psp is bricked it. When I turn on my psp version 3.71 m33-2. The only thing thing that shows is Sony computer entertainment, but frezzies in the middle of the process. About 15 seconds later the psp turns off.

    What can I do to fix it?



    V87
     
  2. cee43ja1

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    sounds like a semi-brick. check if you can enter recovery mode. hold r trigger and turn on the psp.

    if you can, go HERE and download the one you need.
     
  3. Venom1987

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    Oh! my semi-bricked psp is now fully bricked, in which that site did not help. It made it worse; I guess this is going to take along time to fix.

    psp power just shows the green light nothing else! recovery mode doesn't work! What to do, what to do?
     
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    if u on 3.71 m33-2 ,go to recovery menu, then choice advanced->Format flash1 and reset setting. ok
    hope this help,because that's happen to me
    now my psp work perfect.!!
     
  5. Venom1987

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    I can't go to the recovery mode anymore after i followed the step that cee43ja1 told me to do. So I'm stuck!
     
  6. Venom1987

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    I can't go to the recovery mode anymore after i followed the step that cee43ja1 told me to do. So I'm stuck!
     
  7. Venom1987

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    Sorry! for the same reply. I clicked the wrong button
     
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    Pandora is the only thing that will save you now, sorry to hear!
     
  9. Venom1987

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    What thing are required to make panada battery?


    I only have two 3.6v 1800 mAH battery and 2 memory cards 1gig and 32 mg
    and custom firmware 3.71 m33-2.

    Is this possible to make a panadra battry with this stuff.
     
  10. Venom1987

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    I will probably have to chunk this psp in the trash, because i do not know anybody who has a psp with custom firmware. And at this time I can't afford to by any memory card and etc. I don't have a job, just my dad gives me helping him throw papers once a week.

    I will probably save up my money to by laptop: Gateway or HP
     
  11. Venom1987

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    I found the other memory card that came with the psp when i bought the psp from my friend, which is 512MB.

    Now i have a 1Gig, 512MB, 32MB. and two battery. I will try the pandra battery thing now
     
  12. Venom1987

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    Never mind this process does not work, because I can't access my memory the psp. Its bricked, and I don't know anybody who has a psp and has a custom firmware.

    Plus.... I do not want pay at least 75 to 85 dollars people are bidding on the majors bid sites! It cost me about 90 dollars for the psp from my friend.



    V87
     
  13. Andrew691

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    Where in the world are you located? no doubt theres someone on this site willing to help you out. Even if you cant be bothered trying to get it going bricked PSP prices on sites like Ebay are nearly the same as working ones now, lots of people looking to cash in on bricked PSP's that are now very easy to fix.
     
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  14. Venom1987

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    I leave in a small North Texas town. Most people that I do know only have Xbox systems. Is there any site that you recommend? If you can put them here, I don't know if that brakes the rules?

    thanks for replying to the message,


    V87
     
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    I was thinking, is there a site on the web, where the user "like me" could send a battery and a spare 512 through the mail to person. Who can add the nesscessy files. I was wondering, because that the only possible way I could unbrick my psp.

    I have the required equipment:
    1.extra 3.6v 1800 mAH Battery
    2.Spare memory card 512MB


    V87
     
  16. ColinWWW

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    Have a look on Ebay. I don't know about the US but over here in the UK, since the Pandora battery came out, there are quite a few people offering an unbricking service.
     
  17. Venom1987

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    Are there sites that repair your bricked psp. Having you to send your own extra battery and memory card.

    Because, I have the minimum requirements:
    1. Spare battery
    2. Spare memory card with 512MB on it

    I don't really want to buy another battery and memory card, because on the E-bay (US), you pay for the memory card and battery worth around 75 to 85. plus shipping which is usually about $20

    Costing more then my psp.
     
  18. kikzm33z

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    yes, go on ebay and have a look.there's a few people in the uk that does unbricker services(ebay).

    the three options that i got from one of those buyers were:

    1)send them your ms and battery.
    2)send them your psp.
    3)do it yourself.

    so practically, option 3 is useless to you in this moment.have a search on US ebay and see if anyone has one of these unbricking services.
     
  19. dEEz_nUtz

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    sorry to cut in here guys....

    @Venom1987-I can either make your battery and memory stick, or unbrick your PSP (or both if you like) if you just cover the postage both ways-(around $10 total via priority mail to and from) I would be glad to do it for you. Send me a PM (private message) if you are interested.
     
  20. kikzm33z

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    yo deez_nutz, i don't want you to unbrick or anything, but i just wanted to know, do you do unbricking services for free?
     

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