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Re: psp says battery is charged but the icon in the...
Try pressing the R button and power on at the same time. This resets the PSP and may get the data about the bettery resynched. If you still have a problem, you may want to go to www.playstation.com and setup a Repair with Sony. Otherwise Click on " Repair Directory" at the bottom of this Screen and pick "Video Game Consoles on the next Screen, Find a good Repair Shop.
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I would advise on reinstalling the firmware with a pandora battery setup. Else, you may be able to insert a copy of Hellcat's recovery flasher onto your MMS and have it install a new firmware for you through the recovery menu. It just depends on how broken your PSP's firmware is at this time. The Wololo.net forums are your friend on this one.
You can either look at the battery icon in the corner, or you can go to the settings menu on the left side go to what i think is the system settings and it should have a battery options display that will tell you what percent the battery is and how much longer it will last.
When you charge the PSP, does the charging light indicator at he lower right corner lights up as red? If not, then the battery is not being charged at all. But if it does lights up but does not power up the PSP, then the first this to troubleshoot this problem is put in another battery pack. If it powers up, then your battery needs to be changed.
Please let me know how this goes. Thank you for using FixYa.
believe it or not, if the psp works you can play it with out a battery using thee charger. Try that and see if it works at all. If it does then you may need to replace your battery, or leav it and let it charge for about 5-6 hours.
If it's 4 months old and it does not work at all you should still be under your manufacturer's warranty.
here is a link: https://service1.us.playstation.com/rma.htm?_flowExecutionKey=_c85468FC2-00F1-73C8-F8E5-75CD6F7D29EA_kA93A8E0B-D0A2-DB00-D631-BB67FD1DF0A2