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Psp changed control!!!!!!!!!!!>:(

I have a psp 2006 slimline in ceramic white and I did the default thingy and now the o button means select and x means
back!!!!Before it was vice versa!!!!!!I hate this!!!!!What do I do

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  • jhigs08 Oct 11, 2008

    i have the same problem with my PSP... a robber grab it from me but when it was recovered it was set to default settings, "O" becomes "X" and "X" becomes "O", this thing sucks so pls somebody help us



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Hi if the console was purchased in japan then that is the default ''select button'' for the japanese consoles.

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HARD turn off your psp(by taking out the battery) hold R and turn it on. this will boot into recovery menu. go into the registry hacks options and change the button assign to <X is enter>

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