Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Umm if you plugged in a game and it started to download something well to tell you the truth it wasn't downloading anything it actually was upgrading the firmware due to the fact that newer games need newer firmware. The problem is that now you stopped an update by turning of the console while it was processing and you just activated the worst kind of hell in your psp. This is called getting your psp bricked. IF what you describe is correct then I'm correct and i'm sorry to tell you but the only way that you are going to be able to unbrick it is by using pandoras battery. But the problem with pandoras battery is that you need to have someone else with a psp v 1.5 or with a modded version.
Here is the place you should go to and you would just need to sign up and get all the info on it by searching its forums for Pandora's Battery.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The polarity of the charger you used is wrong or the wrong voltage, and has messed up the programming n the battery. You may be lucky if you get a new battery and use the Right charger, It might fix it. Sony put a battery in the PSP that has a memory chip in it, and I think it will automatically disconnect if the wrong vooltage hits it, or wrong polarity. be warned that I have seen where someone got a new battery and it did not solve the problem. If this happens to you Contact Sony at the following number.
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