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    it is recommended that you go back to 3.03 oe-c to do that bro.
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    you cannot customize 3.10oe-a, only 3.03oe-c, read the tut above it will do it



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackdaripper920
    i upgraded to 3.10 OE-A and it worked but then i went to install a custom xmb like i had in 3.03 OE-C and my psp got semi-bricked can someone please help me
    if you still have access to flash0 you could put the original files back.that will fix the semi-brick.
    if you don't have a backup of flash0 then i suggest to downgrade back to 1.50
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    i'm wif them, when you have a bricked psp its impossible to go to recovery mode. so much for repairing my psp
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    wow ive semi bricked like 20 times and didnt even realize. lol. i just went back into recovery and deleted whatever i was tryiong to install and everything was fine again



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    Like I posted in the other thread, this may be of interest to those who are wondering how sony unbricks psp's sent to them:
    http://nil.rpc1.org/psp/remote.html

    Serial port, anyone?
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    that looks complicated huh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitelamp
    Like I posted in the other thread, this may be of interest to those who are wondering how sony unbricks psp's sent to them:
    http://nil.rpc1.org/psp/remote.html

    Serial port, anyone?
    Wow very interesting, I didn't read it all yet. But I have my doubts that officially sony uses a serial port, its possible, but the battery and MS with specific files seems more plausible, as its "virtually" hack proof but those are theoretical rumors.
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    What's that...? (I may be paranoid, but not an android)
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    Yes, but I'm pretty sure thats how sony reflashes our bricked psp's we send to them.
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    yeah there has to be so have you tried it whitelamp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the begginer
    yeah there has to be so have you tried it whitelamp.
    Nope, havent tried it, I have my psp, but I'm not opening it until my screen protector arrives.
    However....this may be something I will attempt later.
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    i hope i had this tutorial when i bricked my psp back then.
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    i think i semi-bricked my psp, i had downgraded to 1.5 firmware and i was messing with XMB's and the icons and stuff but now i got a brick, will this recovery process still work for me? and what do i do after i put the recovery folder in PSP/GAME/... do i just turn off/on my psp and it will work fine? or do i have to do sumthing else?


    *im a alil new to this stuff
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    can you still go into recovery.
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    hey arn't mod chips able to fix fully bricked psp's?
    just wondering!
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