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X button on PSP not working

The x button on my PSP is not working. I removed the battery and restarted it but it is still not working.

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Then its not the games problem may the inside of your psp broke down and x wont work try to give it to a mechanic he/she might help you please vote for me cloud_foe:)

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How to connects yhe psp to the internet


  • 1

    On the lower left-hand side of your PSP, you will notice a little silver slider. Slide the switch up and this will turn on the WiFi feature on the PSP. Of course, you do need a home WiFi setup for this to work. Your battery also needs to be full. Even if your battery is low and your unit is plugged in to an outlet, the firmware upgrade may not work.

  • 2

    With a fully charged device, go to your PSP's home screen and choose "Network Update."

  • 3

    This screen will ask you for your WLAN settings. Choose "Scan" and let the PSP detect the network automatically. Choose the right one and keep all of your settings in the default stage. Press the "X" button and the PSP will save the configuration as your new access profile.

  • 4

    Choose it again and when your PSP connects to the network, and if there is an update available, you will automaically see the following message: "Network Update has found a later version. To download, insert a Memory Stick with at least 14MB of free space and press the X button."

  • 5

    Press the "X" button and you should see the message: "Downloading." IMPORTANT - Do not turn off your PSP or remove the memory card during this time!

  • 6

    When the download is finished, you will see the following message: "Download completed. The update is now available on your Memory Stick. To install now, press the x button. To install later, go to [Game]." Press the "X" button to install the new firmware. You may see a few other screens detailing new features to be included in the upgrade, but eventually you will see "Installing."

  • 7

    During the installation, again, do not turn it off or remove the memory card. Once installation is finished, the PSP will tell you to press "X" to restart the PSP. When it powers back up, the new firmware will be in place



  • Read more: How to Upgrade Your PSP Firmware ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2288266_upgrade-psp-firmware.html#ixzz1XnkoKCiw

    Sep 13, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    How to fix Volume issues in PSP Portable


    How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Software
    Check to be sure that your PlayStation Portable's AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) is turned off.
    Start your PSP without a game in it. Choose "Settings," then select "Sound Settings." If the AVLS option is "ON," turn it "OFF."
    Check to see that your memory stick is inserted properly if the sound still does not work. This often interferes with the volume control. Remove the memory stick and reinsert it.
    Perform a hard reset of your PSP if the volume still does not work. To do this, first unplug your PSP and remove any games or memory sticks. Then remove the battery from its cavity on the back. Press and hold any button for five seconds, then reinstall your battery.
    Move on to hardware solutions if none of the above options work
    How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Hardware
    Remove your PlayStation Portable's battery pack, any games and memory sticks. Unplug it.
    Unscrew all five screws that hold the faceplate onto your PSP. The fifth is hard to locate, so find it just below the screen on the bottom edge.
    Clean the button heads underneath the volume buttons with a small cloth. You should also clean the Home button nearby as this often interferes with the volume button.
    Return the faceplate and screws, and test your PSP.

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    How to restore default settings


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    1. Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still on. The unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2. Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3. Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings
    • If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :

    1. Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2. The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3. Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4. Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.
    Warning:
    • Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    • If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace .
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    1. Step 1 On the lower left-hand side of your PSP, you will notice a little silver slider. Slide the switch up and this will turn on the WiFi feature on the PSP. Of course, you do need a home WiFi setup for this to work. Your battery also needs to be full. Even if your battery is low and your unit is plugged in to an outlet, the firmware upgrade may not work.
    2. Step 2 With a fully charged device, go to your PSP's home screen and choose "Network Update."
    3. Step 3 This screen will ask you for your WLAN settings. Choose "Scan" and let the PSP detect the network automatically. Choose the right one and keep all of your settings in the default stage. Press the "X" button and the PSP will save the configuration as your new access profile.
    4. Step 4 Choose it again and when your PSP connects to the network, and if there is an update available, you will automaically see the following message: "Network Update has found a later version. To download, insert a Memory Stick with at least 14MB of free space and press the X button."
    5. Step 5 Press the "X" button and you should see the message: "Downloading." IMPORTANT - Do not turn off your PSP or remove the memory card during this time!
    6. Step 6 When the download is finished, you will see the following message: "Download completed. The update is now available on your Memory Stick. To install now, press the x button. To install later, go to [Game]." Press the "X" button to install the new firmware. You may see a few other screens detailing new features to be included in the upgrade, but eventually you will see "Installing."
    7. Step 7 During the installation, again, do not turn it off or remove the memory card. Once installation is finished, the PSP will tell you to press "X" to restart the PSP. When it powers back up, the new firmware will be in place.

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    Hello :


    1: Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still onThe unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2: Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3: Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings :
    If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :
    1: Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2: The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3: Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4: Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.


    Warning:
    Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace

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    My psp was working before but now it suddenly hanged up..i cant use it now..how can i reformat my psp?? do you know some ways???


    Hello :

    1. Remove the battery from the left side of the PSP while it is still on. The unit will power down instantly. Wait ten seconds and then replace the battery.
    2. Press both clear shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP and keep them held while the PSP reboots. A "Recovery" mode will be initiated.
    3. Press down on the control pad to locate a "recovery" folder. This will contain all of your PSP content, including games, music, videos and podcasts that are saved on the device. Highlight this folder and press the "X" button to begin reinstalling your content.

    Warnings
    • If you would like to reset your PSP while it is working normally, you can do so by going to the Settings menu and selecting "System Reset." This will get rid of all your content and restore the PSP to factory settings (and subsequently remove all of your content.)

    Or try this for hard resetting :

    1. Locate your Power button on your PSP. Push the power button up for 10 seconds.
    2. The PSP will and should shut off. Leave the PSP off for 30 seconds.
    3. Turn your PSP back on by flicking the power button up very quickly. If it doesn't turn on, try pushing the power button forward very quickly again. (sometimes you have to do it 2-3 times)
    4. Your PSP should be working now. If not, then you may have a firmware problem.
    Warning:
    • Do not have your PSP plugged into a power supply.
    • If your PSP doesn't turn off after 10 seconds (of power button being help up) then remove your battery and wait 30 seconds, and then replace
    good luck .

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    My volume dont work is there anyway i can troubleshoot it or restart the whole thing?


    How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Software
    Check to be sure that your PlayStation Portable's AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) is turned off.
    Start your PSP without a game in it. Choose "Settings," then select "Sound Settings." If the AVLS option is "ON," turn it "OFF."
    Check to see that your memory stick is inserted properly if the sound still does not work. This often interferes with the volume control. Remove the memory stick and reinsert it.
    Perform a hard reset of your PSP if the volume still does not work. To do this, first unplug your PSP and remove any games or memory sticks. Then remove the battery from its cavity on the back. Press and hold any button for five seconds, then reinstall your battery.
    Move on to hardware solutions if none of the above options work
    How to Fix a PSP Volume Button through Hardware
    Remove your PlayStation Portable's battery pack, any games and memory sticks. Unplug it.
    Unscrew all five screws that hold the faceplate onto your PSP. The fifth is hard to locate, so find it just below the screen on the bottom edge.
    Clean the button heads underneath the volume buttons with a small cloth. You should also clean the Home button nearby as this often interferes with the volume button.
    Return the faceplate and screws, and test your PSP.

    Feb 13, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    Same with me


    try a reset on your PSP turn on your psp and remove the battery from it wait for 10 sec and reinsert the battery after that turn on the unit and then press the select button and then select restore default and then ok now wait for 2 mins restart the PSP and then try playing the game

    Aug 28, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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    The screen is black,


    Sometimes the PSP's will freeze for one reason or another. In most cases the psp will turn off within a minute and then restart itself. If not disconnect any power supply and remove the battery for a moment to manually reset it. Hopefully you saved recently.

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    do you mean the four buttons or the joystick? If it's the joystick it could be the piece of jelly/plastic that connects it to the motherboard

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