I got this Sony PSP from a friend and its a fat one not slim. and i was trying to download these theme and it think i messed up the vsh file from the flash 0 thing in the psp set up manue. and after i reboot the psp... it won't turn on, the screen just stayed black. how can i fix this problem? please help quick!>.<
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In 2005 Sony released the PlayStation Portable (PSP) hand-held system in the United States. The system allows users to play games, listen to music, view pictures and watch movies on the go. In 2007, Sony released an updated "Slim" version of the PSP that has the same features but is significantly smaller than the original version. One of the most popular features on the PSP is the ability to personalize the device with different themes that give the PSP a customized look. Luckily for PSP Slim owners, installing a theme to customize their PSP is a simple process, only requiring a few steps. Please just follow the steps below: 1. Insert your Memory Stick Pro Duo into the memory stick slot on the side of your PSP. Turn the PSP system on.2. Plug your PSP into one of the USB ports on your computer with the PSP USB connection cable. 3. Navigate to the "Settings" section of your PSP's Cross Media Bar. Select "USB Mode" from the list of options to place your PSP into USB mode.4. Double-click on your PSP in the "My Computer" section of your computer to open the PSP's root directory. Open the folder titled "PSP."5. Create a folder inside the "PSP" folder and name it "THEME." Be sure to use all capital letters.6. Open the Web browser on your computer and navigate to a website that offers PSP themes for download. PSP-Themes and PSP Theme Central are two websites that provide this service. Locate a theme that you like and click the download link to begin the downloading process. Allow several seconds for this process to finish.7. Unzip the files you downloaded in Step 6 using an expander program like WinZip or WinRar. Locate the file with a .ptf extension. For example, psptheme.ptf.8. Drag the .ptf into the "THEME" folder you created in Step 5. Right-click on the PSP icon on your computer and select the "Eject" option to eject your PSP from your computer.9. Navigate to the "Settings" section of your PSP's Cross Media Bar. Scroll down and select the "Themes" option. Select your theme from the menu that appears to set that theme on your PSP. I hope you find it very helpful.Thank you for choosing fixya
ok if tis a psp fat or psp slim you can rehack your psp if you send it to sony they will not use a unhackable version the version doesnt really concern the hack its more the psp itself. but if its psp phat/slim just rehack.
go to a website that caters psp themes, you can google it if you want, then download the themes, save it on your mem stick, make sure that you copied it on the correct folder, you will see a theme folder. disconnect you psp, then go to settings on your psp then theme settings, there you will see your installed theme.
connect your psp to your computer using a USB cable and activate the usb connection on the psp system under settings menu. go to my computer on your desktop or laptop, find the psp drive and double click on it. click on the PSP folder, you will see a folder name called THEME. this is where you download and save psp themes to.
Use this site: http://download.qj.net/PSP-Themes-PSP-/catid/538 to download psp themes. please save the file to ptf file to your themes folder on your psp as I have described above. disconnect the usb cable and check on the themes.