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Psp put new game in psp and it said not to turn off, but my son being impatient took the game out and psp went black and became a brick, any solutions?

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You need to use a Pandora's battery to unbrick the psp, if you need to do it yourself just email me:- thomashedderwick@hotmail.com and i will help you

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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    Thomas Hedderwick Mar 30, 2008

    A Pandora's Battery is a "service battery" so if you broke your
    psp eg. bricked it if you took it into someone to fix it they would use a
    pandora's battery. There used to install custom firmware, unbrick, downgrade and
    a few other things. To make one you need someone with custom firmware on their
    PSP or someone running 1.50 firmware and the software to make it (Pandora's
    Battery Maker 0.5) or something similar. If you want to make one then I can walk
    it through for you or if you live in NZ you can mail it to me and I will do it
    for you. Hope I helped ^_^

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