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Psp freezes up

My son's psp freezes up when he plays any games ater 5 mins. The battery is fully charged.

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After I charge my PSP ot last for about 10 mins but I charge it up fully


You need a new battery! Only charge your psp untill full. Then disconnect the charger! If you leave it on charge constant you damage the battery! Also battery's dont last forever and a psp is not in its prime. Good luck!

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The PSP will not stay charged.My son used to always play it while it was charging. I was wondering if this would bring about an issue with the battery.


During charging the battery gaining some power to recharge itself.When you use it while charging the battery forced to give you enough power to operate the PSP.It seems your are using power directly from charger instead from battery, and It could damaged the cell. All you can do is to replace it with same model battery and dont play it while charging.If possible turn off the unit while charging.God bless

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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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Psp will shut off in 5 minutes


could be a faulty battery.

they just use a NMH type battery similar to a cell phone, and they DO die occasionally, or if its been used a lot and not charged properly.
you can buy replacements from gaming stores, and from online auction sites. they go from US$10 to US$25 so shop around for a good price.

It could even be your PSP wall charger that isnt delivering enough juice to the battery?

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Pausing or freezing during play


Either upgrade your system firmware and if that dosent work the sytem needs to be sent to sonty fo repair.

Jan 25, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Freezing screeen


No other game freezes? May just be a defective game, take it back to the store you purchased it from and request a swap.

Jan 11, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP CHARGING PROBLEMS


The way to properly break in a lithium Ion battery is to run it dead before you recharge it. Then fully recharge it and run it until it's dead again. Do this about 3-5 times and then the battery is properly broken in. If you charge it before it dies on a new battery you can build what they call a "memory" where the battery thinks it's fully charged however it's only maybe half charged and you will lose alot of life out of your battery. So make sure you properly break it in.

Feb 02, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Playing PSP off of the mains


You can't you need to wait a hour then you can play while it is charging

Jan 22, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp trouble


this is a bug/glitch in the psp system i would advise using pandoras battery and just put it back to 1.5 and try using custom firmware it runs smoother if you are not experienced with the psp get someone who is that has custom firmware to make a pandoras battery and downgrade to 1.5 then just update normally if that dosnt work try sending it to sony but this happens to me too sometimes not that often though ever since i went to custom firmware if you do get pandoras battery and want custom firmware look up Angelmikey all his psp videos are to the point and very deatailed hope this helps

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PSP won't power on


When you play a new game for the first time, the psp checks for the firmware version of your psp. If a newer version is available, the disc will require you to update your psp. If you do not update the game cannot be played. If you update, you MUST charge the battery 1st. Then, you must have the charge plugged in and allow the update to run uninterrupted. If you remove the game or unplug the charger during the update the bios chip will be ruined and you now have little more than a "brick".
When this happens, the unit completely locks up and has to be replaced. Basically, it corrupts the operating system and there is no ability to restore default settings as a back-up.

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