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HELP my reboot ant working on applecor...

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by Jperez602, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. Jperez602

    Jperez602 Member

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    hey i need help.i have applecor on my PSP.i hada to down grade to 3.80 M33-5 so ignore my signature...wel anyways yea it was working wen i just had 3.80 and it dnt work any more...so if some can help me please
     
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    give more info is your screen just staying black wen u turn it on? if it does it could be a brick. but if u can get into the recovery folder it is a semi-brick
     
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    no its not bricked everything is working fine but lik you knw theres a reboot icon when its turned on??? lik it worked b4 you would click on it and it would turn off.if you where to hold the right trigger it would load up the recovery mode and if you where to hold the left trigger it would stay off...its was working wen it was just 3.80 M33 but i put it to 3.80 M33-5 it doesnt do anything.you get wat im sayn??
     
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    so ur psp isnt going into the xmb?
     
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    yea it is.its goes into everything is working fine but wen your in xmb theres a icon that says M33 reboot and wen you click on its saposed to reset the psp...and if you hold the Right trigger it goes to recovery and if you do the Left it stays off...
     

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