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Psp my psp will then suddenly go black

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  • marin bozukov May 11, 2010

    Have you try to hack it?

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Try hacking it using a pandora battery. Your psp is considered to be braindead since the flash0 is dead. Using a pandora battery should fix the problem.

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You have to hack your psp your flash 0 is dead

Posted on May 18, 2009

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Your PSP is Bricked.  You need to send it to Sony to get your problem resolved. The contact information is listed below.

I know this is terrible news for you.  When you were downloading the Flash0, something disturbed the download and corrupted the PSP. This is what Bricked you PSP.  Brick refers to your psp and it is dead until Sony fixes it, no more worth than a brick.

SCEA Consumer Services
1-800-345-SONY (7669)

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