Try this :
Put in the battery, and hold down the ON Button for 10 seconds.
Then, take out the battery
Hold down the power ON switch and put the battery in while holding the ON Switch...
Let go of Power switch, and charge the battery for 10 hours
Try turning it on
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have you dropped your psp by any chance cause that may of cracked the screen for the and given you part of the picture. but i dont know what happenes if your psp turns off during an update most probably just a currupted file and try the update again.
Hi commonly what you called bricked look up pandora battery fortunatly you can fix it with one of these and software on a memory stick but you will have to look very hard and read a bit if you cant be bothered look for a repairer in your neighborhood any backyarder will do tell them the story and it shouldnt cost you more than 50 bucks
I know that the PSP is pretty rugged but Dropping it that many times in that sort of time you could have very likly damaged the circuit board. Since by replacing the battery did not correct the problem I would open the PSP and make sure that there everything looks like it is in good order. Make sure all wires are connected especially around where the battery plugs in at.
All things are fixable. Try going into recovery mode. This is done by Pressing and holding the R button when powering up the PSP. You then can press the brightness control button to see the firmware. This might help you reboot the PSP. If it is worst than this, you may consoder sending it back to Sony for repair, although they usually do not want to fix a Squooshed PSP. I would not tell them you Sat on it. You can call SONY support at 1-800-345-7669.
If you cannot get them to Repair it, you can check out my website, www.Playstationclinic.com . I can fix it for a very reasonable price.