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I turn on my psp and the green light turns on but then turns off quickly.it is fully charged and all you see is black on the screen

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Your battery may be tired, plug it into the charger and turn it on does it power up?

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Ok in left my psp charging for 3 days the green light turns on but the screen does not it stays black and my friend was updating my psp the he sayed that the battery fell then it turned off and it does not...


Ok it sounds as if your friend has bricked your PSP. Please be careful when you are updating your PSP as this will brick your PSP. Let me give you a quick overview of what happens when your PSP updates, first of all your PSP will erase it's operating system and write a new Operating system, this is why it will not turn on completely if you lose power while it's updating. ONLY UPDATE YOUR PSP IF IT'S COMPLETELY CHARGED AND PLUGGED IN FOR SAFETY REASONS. I will not post the solution to this problem for it is too long to post up here, YouTube has many videos on how to un-brick your PSP. Best of luck, for the solution you can email me at ace@htcsvc.com

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My sony psp not work at all even screen also not display but battery charging ok


Just to be clear.
What happens when you turn the PSP on?
Green light come son for a few seconds then goes off?
Or no green light at all?

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My PSP will not turn on unless it is plugged into the outlet. When I try to turn it on by itself the power light flickers green for two seconds and then disappears. Also, the battery is fully charged. When...


replace the battery as it may be out of CYCLES even tho it says its fully charged if the battry is new your going to need a new element inside usually this consist of a new logic board under the battery pack.


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My psp green light turns on for a little while and then shuts down. The screen doesn't turn on at all when I try to turn the PSP 3000 on. I fully charged it and nothing happens. Please help


that usually means youe psp is bricked when that happens its usually a factory default return it to the place you got it and call sony about your problem they will repair or replace it hope this was helpful:)

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Maby you need a new battery or charge it.

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your battery is probably totally dead try and get a secondary battery for your psp and see if it works

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its been bricked and needs to be rescued with service mode

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My PSP stopped turning on and when the charger is plugged up it gives me the green light but thats it, should i try a new battery???

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