After I was done installing firmware 5.00 M33-4 on my friends PSP and checked it to see if it worked ( which did ), I happen to trip on the frickin power cable and the PSP fell to the ground :Cry:
Now it is not working, all it does is the green power light goes on for half a second and then nothing else happens what so ever.
When the Pandora battery is in, the green power light blinks intermittently on a 1/2s, 1s, 1/2s, 1s interval. It looks like it is trying to auto boot, which I think is one of Pandora battery's functions.
So I had to give my PSP, which I have had for over 4 years - and using it constantly - to my friend, who barelly even used his...
Now I am stuck with his dead PSP. :Argh:
No sense stressing over it though, rather come up with a solution.
So I looked practically everywhere for the solution and no luck. All the similar threats I found are left unresolved....
Ive tried everything, ac cable with no battery. Just battery. Battery and ac cable. The green light flashes for half a second every time I try to turn it on.
I have opened the PSP and checked all connecting wires, tighten them, made sure everything was cool and nothing....
Recovery wont work either as the power only goes on for half a sec.
The PSP's motherboard is a TA-082.
Problem is that there are very few and untested.
Would a mother board TA - 086 or other version work as well?
Please help me, this is soooo not cool....