I think that I ****ed my psp up somehow. I made a mmemstick and pandora and it didn't work, nothing came up, now when I put my origional battery in, it stays black
how can I unbrickify it?
what ver PSP do you have? if its a slim with a TA 88v3 motherboard or PSP 3000, you cant currently...
use the links in the guide to find out if the PSP is a 88v3 motherboard....
if your PSP isnt a slim with a TA 88v3 motherboard or a 3000, it can be custom firmwared, if you still have a phat PSP with 1.50, you can update straight from 1.50 to CFW, go here on how to do it: http://forums.benheck.com/viewtopic.php?t=26563
but you might have a corrupt magic memory stick or a bad pandora battery.
to check your pandora battery, take out the mem stick and the umd disc if you have one in there and your pandora battery.
when everything is out, put your pandora battery in but dont press anything.
if the psp's power light turns on automatically, but still leaving a black screen, you have made it correctly.
if not, try turning your PSP on manually, if it doesnt boot or even turn on your PSP, you have a corrupt battery you need a new one save some money and get a 2-in-1 pandora battery here: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.15153
if it boots to the main psp screen, try making your pandora battery again, then put it back into your psp when done, if the psp's power light turns on automatically, but still leaving a black screen, you have fixed it.
well, thats the battery, now the MMS,
ok, take everything out of your PSP ( battery ms and UMD disc if there is 1 )
now insert your MMS.
hold down the 'L' trigger button and insert your pandora battery.
wait until the screen shown below comes up
if it doesnt after 30 seconds, make your magic memory stick again, but when the program is running, dont use the computer.
when done, try doing step 3 of my guide again.....
hope this helped somehow...
if you have any more questions, just ask =D