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-If you buy a bandora battery, you can put it into service mode, then use a Magic Memory Stick to restore it's firmware, you may so;ve the problem. If you can restore it's firmware, and it still freezes, then you have a hardware problem, or possiblly a bad memory stick. And also, you can't brick a PSP anymore. You can undo pretty much any damage you do to it with a pandora battery.
+If you buy a pandora battery, you can put it into service mode, then use a Magic Memory Stick to restore it's firmware, you may solve the problem. If you can restore it's firmware, and it still freezes, then you have a hardware problem, or possiblly a bad memory stick. And also, you can't brick a PSP anymore. You can undo pretty much any damage you do to it with a pandora battery.

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Post originale di: Chris Green ,

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If you buy a bandora battery, you can put it into service mode, then use a Magic Memory Stick to restore it's firmware, you may so;ve the problem.  If you can restore it's firmware, and it still freezes, then you have a hardware problem, or possiblly a bad memory stick.  And also, you can't brick a PSP anymore.  You can undo pretty much any damage you do to it with a pandora battery.

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