Psp will not turn on unless the cord is plugged in
The problem started with my son's older model psp(1800 mph battery), I used my daughter's newer psp(1200MPH battery) .
I replaced my sons battery with my daughter's to see if it would work nothing , so then I put the battery back into my daughter psp and now it will not work(I also put the battery pack from my sons into my daughters psp) then replaced it back with her orginial one and now it will not turn on unless she plugs it into the outlet, what do I have to do to fix her psp.
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Fully charge your PSP. Using WiFi requires a lot of battery power.
Verify that you have access to a router or HotSpot. If your router is password protected, then be sure you know what the password is. Be aware that some public WiFi access point are incompatible with the PSP.
Update your PSP's firmware to the most current version. Newer versions of the firmware have better Internet features than older versions.
Turn on the WiFi switch on your PSP. On older PSP models this switch is located on the left side of the device. On newer models, it is located on the top of the device.
Select the Internet icon from the PSP's main menu.
TO START BROWSING
Look at the screen once the browser loads. By default it will load the Sony webpage. You can set your own homepage later.
Use the analog stick to control the mouse cursor. The "X" button is equivalent to clicking the mouse.
Use the circle button to reject a choice or to disconnect from the Internet.
Press the triangle button to bring up the address bar at the top of the screen and the options bar at the bottom of the screen. Selecting the address bar, or any place on a webpage that requires text entry will automatically bring up the virtual keyboard screen from which text may be entered.
Choose the icons along the options bar at the bottom of the screen to change settings, set a new homepage or access other browser features such as browsing history, bookmarks or help. Tool tips will help you identify the features you are looking for.
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I suggest you DONT USE PINCH POWER CORD FOR SAFETY.
PLEASE TELL ME IS YOUR POWER CORD & THE PINCHED CORD ARE SAME? I MEAN SAME MODEL? AFTER PLUGING OF YOUR CORD, THE BATTERY CHARGING LIGHTS ITS ON? IF NO THEN I GUESS THAT CABLE NOT SUPPORT HER LAPTOP.
VISIT A DELL SERVICE CENTER OR A SHOWROOM AND BUY NEW CORD WHICH IS MADE FOR YOUR DAUGHTER LAPTOP MODEL.
OTHER WISE SOME CHANCES OF SHORTCIRCUIT ON MOTHERBOARD.
Thanks, i am waiting for your feed back & if you satisfied then thumps me please.
The battery has probably run its course. There will be no way to fix it.
You should be able to find a replacement battery at electronics stores like Best Buy. I have even seen batteries at KMart and Walmart. Just remember to buy the battery that is compatible with your son's PSP, as the newer PSP's have a different sized battery than the older ones.
What hapenned to all your PSP's is that they 'bricked'. When your PSP is installing an update and you interrupt the process, the data where the PSP's operating system (=firmware) is stored got corrupted (=broken). In very rare cases this can happen when you play a game and something goes wrong due that game. When your PSP is bricked the green lamp is on but the screen stays black.
Now straight to the point..The solutions:
1.If your PSP 'bricked' because you interrupted a system update (Powered off while updating, canceling update..), then you can only help it by re-installing the firmware correctly. NOTE: This is unsupported by Sony and is something you do on your own risk, for a usual PSP user it is a complicated process and i suggest you should let someone with experience do it. If you still want to attempt it, for example here's a tutorial for making a 'pandora battery' : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKFnuCfTPZo To find more information about this subject you could seach on google for tags like 'psp pandora mod custom firmware jigkick'
2. If your PSP suddenly doesn't start up after or while you played a game, then you have a chance that you can recover your PSP without too much hassle. Simply let your battery run empty. After it's empty, remove the battery and let your PSP 'rest' a day without battery. After that, reinsert the battery, first fully charge it, and THEN start your PSP up (after your battery is fully recharged). If you have luck you might have your PSP working again.
3. Contact Sony and explain the situation. Explain that you did nothing wrong. If your PSP is still under warranty they should help you..
Good luck and if i helped you please leave feedback! Thanks
Yeah you guys bricked it. It happened when you upgraded and turned it off or something while in the process. Now you need someone to unbrick it or ship it in to Sony, or fix your self easiest buy tool/pandora converter tool. XD