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NO RECOVERY MENU USED THEME SWAPPER HLP I THNK ITS BRICKED

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by bonehamm, Jul 18, 2007.

  1. bonehamm

    bonehamm Member

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    HELP!!! SUM 1 I USED THEME SWAPPER TO CHANGE THEME ICONS WAVES BACKGROUND AND ALL THAT STUFF AND WHEN I RESTARTED MY PSP ALL IT GIVES ME IS A BLACK SCREEN NO XMB MENU AND I HAVE RECOVERY BUT IM NOT ABLE TO ACCESS IT cAN SUM 1 PLZ HELP ME OR EMAIL ME IF U HAVE TA ***email removed***
     
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  2. redice

    redice Regular member

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    ok so when you turn the psp all the way off and then ho;d down the r button while turning the psp back on nothing happens?

    sadly to say if that is the case then you fully bricked your psp.
     
  3. Freaker

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    my bro had a similar problem he could not access the recovry menu but he said that he was just in the 4th brightness level. not sure if this helped or not but good luck and i hope you dont have to buy a new one.
     
  4. Hardball

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    you might want to try setting your psp to the 4th brightness level and if that doesnt work you may be fully bricked your psp. when you fully brick your psp the recovery menu gets wiped
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    - it's because your CAPS LOCK button is stuck on and you're posting an email address.

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