Use lighter fluid. It works perfectly. Rubbing alcohol also works well, but lighter fluid works the best and won't take off paint or anything on your psp. Just be sure not to let any lighter fluid get inside the psp. Put some lighter fluid on a paper towel or cloth and rub the sticky adhesive off.
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You need to take apart the PSP. To do that there are 4 screws in the back of the PSP. WARNING, this WILL void your warranty if you have one. Now, there are 3 screws visible, the last one is in the battery compartment under the batter under the sticker that says something about voiding your warranty if you take this sticker off. Unscrew the last screw and the front should come off nice and easy. Then you can clean and fix your key and screw it back together.
If you are willing to void your warranty you can fix it easy. What you are going to have to do is to take apart the PSP by yourself. There are 4 screws on the back. 3 of them are visible, the last one is in the battery compartment under the sticker written on about voiding your warranty. You rip that sticker off and then you unscrew the last screw. The front of the PSP should come right off. From there you can clean, fix, replace and do what you need to do to the PSP. I hope this helps you.
You need Custom Firmware on your PSP. This basically allows you to use stuff that does not come fromSONY. To learn how to put Custom Firmware on yourPSP,Googleit. Although the process of putting CF on yourPSPis legal, using copied games and stuff that you would normally have to pay for is not legal, so BEWARE! Also, the process is not foolproof any you may damage yourPSP. The difficulty of the process depends on the model and age of Official Sony Firmware of the PSP.
Since your replacing the faceplate only, only remove the screws on the outside border. not the two on the right side of the battery. * The bottom silver screw (located on the bottom part, opposite the top part, which has the USB port) * The top left black screw (underneath the battery) * The bottom left black screw (underneath the battery and the left side of the warantee sticker) * The top right screw (located on the back side of the psp in a hole on the outer casing) * The bottom right screw (located on the back side of the psp in a hole on the outer casing)
nah, theres not really a trick to it, apart from sony tricking you into voiding your warranty. if you want to change the joystick, your gonna have to remove the faceplate. get a small phillips head screw driver. the first thing you should do is put the psp face down on a flat suface. next remove the two screws on the right of the console, and the one on the very bottom on the underside of the console. now, take the battery out and there should be two stickers underneath one black scrwe and one silver screw. remove the black one. now, you only have one screw left, but problem is its under neath the warranty sticker and if you remove, you remove your warranty. it is possible to take it off using a hair dryer, just so long as you dont damage the sticker. once you have the sticker off, the faceplate will just pop off so just take out the screws on the back of the joy stick, slap your new one in, put it back together and away you go!
Open the battery compartment, and remove the battery. Look at the bottom inside corner for a little square sticker with has marks on it. is it dark or light, If it is dark, your PSP has come in contact with moisture. I suspect that your PSP has gotten wet or damp. If the sticker is dark, you need to keep your battery out for about 2 days, and keep the UMD door open and the whole PSP kept in a dry environment. Try it after 2 days of drying to see if it is recovered. Good luck Gohan....