i did the doorstop thing months ago
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Here's a short, no-frills list:
Use your dead PSP as a stylish paperweight.
Or a stylish doorstop.
Gut the PSP, seal the case with a watertight adhesive like the silicone used in fish tanks, fill it with water, and add Sea Monkeys. Watch 'em grow!
Gut it and seal the case with a watertight adhesive. Cut the screen section out of the faceplate and leave the space where the screen was out and open. Drill small holes in the back of the PSP for drainage. Fill your deceased PSP with soil and the seeds of your favorite small flower or grass. Water and watch 'em grow! VoilÃƒÆ’Ã†â€™Ãƒâ€ Ã¢â‚¬â „¢ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â ! Your own stylish Manhattan apartmentsized garden!
Three words: PSP hockey puck.
Use the dead PSP to test the moral fiber of your friends, neighbors, and coworkers. Leave it lying around and watch to see whether anyone nicks it!
People repellant: sure, it may be broken, but nobody else has to know. Put those earphones in and walk around town ignoring people as you please, pretending that you are in your own little portable music world, impervious to their intrusive "Can I interest you in taking a brief survey?" types of questions. This is also a good way to listen in on unsuspecting suspects when you start up your own private detective agency.
Find a really small, portable color TV. Remove all of its insides. Gut the PSP. Squeeze the TV's innards into the gutted PSP's case. Cause a media storm with your announcement that you hacked the first TV tuner for the PSP!
Think of your dead PSP as a craft project waiting to happen. Be creative and have fun! The important thing is to make sure that you aren't focusing on your recent loss. Life goes on.
i did the doorstop thing months ago
when i was reading the plant hodler one, i was expecting it to turn into a soap holder in the shower...thats a good idea!!!
lol, that is a good idea
the tv thing is actually a good idea. if i was stuck with a brick and couldn't get a new psp, i might do that... but that wont happen most likely. As long as no physical damage is done to my psp, i can return it for a brand new one.
intresting thread. the plant one was quite amusing.
you can use it as crime deterrent
explain.....Originally Posted by Zelly
you never seen that commercial heres the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs783aDJ59Q
would be cool to gut the psp and turn it into a mini ant farm
hahaha thats a great commercial! HAHAHA i watched it like 10 times. Its almost as if i came up with it.
haha, clue for next guy, Dont try to take his wallet.
I was thinking gut it, and water seal it, then fill it up with water and put those little fishies in it and tell everyone you're PSP has really good graphics. with the insides.... sell them to a star trek freak and tell them it was a part of the ship in the real episodes, he may give you his house.
maybe i came in the scene way late (when things were near perfected). but can someone explain to me how people even get bricked?
I've used just about every x-flash option now giving me a new gameboot, new startup sound, new icon, text changes etc.. and have yet to brick...
Are the people who brick trying new features that are un-tested? or simply not following directions?
But i guess if i every bricked, it'd make a pretty good loonie/toonie (a Canada thing) holder. (take the internals out and the umd-tray would be the coin insert).
haha i get that...a brick is something that can happen to ur psp when u use any flash software such as downgrading...the reason tht u can properly use flash is because ur psp is probably an older release and it doesnt have a ta-082 motherboard...in evry flash program there is a very small chance that u can brick ur psp by using it....
the reason i created this thread is because i had a brand new ta-082 psp and i bricked it by downgrading back when i was a noob, so for all those who have experienced a brick' like the thread says, life goes on, and u wouldnt be here(in the forums) if u didnt get another psp or are planning to
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