Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
I'm just restating what you said here first...
You plugged in your psp for 5 hours.
You took it out.
You played it for 1 hour before it turned off...
If this is true, it seems that your battery just can't hold a charge. One solution would be to just buy a replacement battery, but you could try this...
Drain your psp completely. This means keeping it on until it turns off, then turn it on again, leave until off and so on. Just keep turning it on until it stays on for less than a minute.
Charge your battery overnight.
Hope this helps!!!
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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