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I got a psp.

Postby 607jf » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:16 pm

So i got my new 3ds xl working again with ntrboothax. i already had a new 3ds so i sold it to a friend for a friend price. he gave me a psp slim (3001) for $30 off. it needs a power cord but said it works so is there anything i should know? from what i looked up it seems really simple to put cfw on it.
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby ZX81v2 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:29 pm

Charging a 3000 - Use a USB Lead to PC to charge it !
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby 607jf » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:41 pm

ZX81v2 wrote:Charging a 3000 - Use a USB Lead to PC to charge it !


Already tried i think he has it off.
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby ZX81v2 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:50 pm

https://bigupgadgets.com/uk/2-in-1-usb- ... -0210.html

I use one of these for charging 1000,2000,3000
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby 607jf » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:56 pm

ZX81v2 wrote:https://bigupgadgets.com/uk/2-in-1-usb-charger-charging-data-transfer-cable-for-psp-psp-2000-psp-3000-06-s-psp-0210.html

I use one of these for charging 1000,2000,3000


Thanks! ill probably go with that one then!
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby ZX81v2 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 6:59 pm

was cheaper option than a official PSU... Only thing I recommend is that you charge using your PC when YOU are near. There is NO Cutout, so when you get 100%, the PSP will still take power. Light will turn green when 100%. I try not to leave it plugged in as it will end up fekking the battery life, same as Laptop's battery works... Charge, unplug
...and NEVER charge using one of those wall mounted USB plugs... You have chance of overloading battery if they have no cutoff on voltage hitting 100%
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Re: I got a psp.

Postby 607jf » Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:16 pm

ZX81v2 wrote:was cheaper option than a official PSU... Only thing I recommend is that you charge using your PC when YOU are near. There is NO Cutout, so when you get 100%, the PSP will still take power. Light will turn green when 100%. I try not to leave it plugged in as it will end up fekking the battery life, same as Laptop's battery works... Charge, unplug
...and NEVER charge using one of those wall mounted USB plugs... You have chance of overloading battery if they have no cutoff on voltage hitting 100%


I might get both then. the offical for wall plugs, then the usb for a backup battery.
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