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PSP green light battery(not bricked)

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by MichaelPu, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. MichaelPu

    MichaelPu Member

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    To turn on my PSP i have to:
    1. remove the battery
    2. unhook the charge cable if connected already
    3. plug the charge cable back to the PSP

    The battery fully charged and I can't turn on the PSP without the charge cable. When I have the battery inserted in the PSP the green light is on. How to do I correct this problem?
     
  2. Feenix888

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    Have you tried to convert the Battery to a Pandora?

    If so , without the MMS you will get the green light, PSP can work without a battery as long as the ac plug is in.
     
  3. MichaelPu

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    MMS is the magic memory stick? So what do I do after I get the MMS? I can find a guide myself to make the mms but what do you do with the MMS after you make it?

    I was trying to make a pandora battery but i never opened it and I was about to run the pandora program on PSP but it didn't work. I got past the Pandora Gui but I did some things wrong.
     
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    i had the exact same problem tho now it is worse...when i have the plug it still only has the green light :s i dnt no wat to do now any suggestions.
     

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