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My R button is my hold button

I recently added some music and photos on my psp. After a week of playing it my R button stoped working and I found out that the R button is my hold button. Also my select button dosent respond and my home page freezes up. HELP

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  • Anonymous May 03, 2008

    I dont know what happened 2 my PSP

    Suddenly my "Home" botton becoming "music" botton

    "select botton" becoming No function.

    Please help me

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Acutally is not like R=hold, the fact is, your R button is more likely to be semi-automatic or fully automatic now. Even on a fully working psp, when you press select or home button while you holding the L button or R button, the same thing will appear as your own psp.

Let you know a temporary solution, hold the R or L button or both firmly for a minute, your psp might come back to normal for a few seconds or something.

Look for some professional repair service to get your L or R repaired.

Let me know if this works.

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