I just got a PSP slim. I played it a couple times and the last time, I didn't recharge it. 2 days later the battery is dead, but it was turned off. When I plugged it in, it I had to set the time again. My old PSP didn't do that.
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First you need to check the charger . If charger is working fine , then check the power cord . If the power cord is working fine , then the problem is that the battery is dead [ can't be recharged anymore ] . You need to replace the battery in a such situation . If it's none of that , then I recommend you to replace it , if you still have the guarantee . Or just take it to the service .
it should be possible if you get custom firmware or downgrade
how you can do this is by using a pandora battery and a magic memory stick
you can buy a pandora battery off ebay or whatever for cheap these days and you can use your current memory card as a magic memory stick
all it does is start the psp in a mode where you can reinstall the firmware with whatever firmware you want.
you will have to research into it because i have done it on my psp
im running 5.00 m33-2
but my psp is a 1002 model
good luck mate,
if you have any questions, email me
Replace the battery, the battery itself is a Lithium-Ion battery. And if you leave it dead for a while, or never let it get fully dead before charging it back up, it damages the Battery's life-span over the course of time.
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.
How to save your dead battery:
Please note using below method at your own risk, and you have been told.
Take out you dead battery (PDA battery,PSP battery,Phone battery etc), wape it around by using a big piece of dry
Then put the newspaper waped battery into the freezer at below zero temperture for 4 days.
After days, take the whole thing out and put in room termperture for one day.
Recharge the battery and use it.