It's only possible to turn on your PSP with an adapter for the PSP or a battery for the PSP.
When you turn off your PSP and turn it back on, it resumes where you were, when you were! (But pause it first)
The light actually does turn GREEN, but that is only if your PSP is ON while it finishes charging. It will turn Black if the PSP is OFF while it is charging.
Same way to turn it on.
The XMB is open as soon as you turn the PSP on
I just bought a psp 3000 silver light and it will not turn on AT ALL, So your answer may be "ITS BROKEN"
I think you haven't charged your Psp or its maybe broken
The PSP Street, E1000, does not have any wireless capabilities.
No you cant because you would have to turn on your PSP and then go to USB connection so you cant turn on your PSP bye just plugging in the USB so sorry
There are few reasons like: A: Not charged battery B: Broken "on" button in PSP C: PSP is broken D: PSP software is damaged.
you turn it on then look at the instructions
There is no WLAN switch on a PSP Street, as it has no wireless capabilities.
To brick a PSP Go is to start a firmware update and then turn the PSP Go off because when it says not to turn the system off when it is upgrading you should not or it would result to a brick.
No, the PSP 1000 requires a higher amount of amperage. If you put a PSP 2000's battery in, it won't even turn on.
If you mean will they give you a new PSP no, but you can get something (very little) off on a purchase of a new PSP
i dnt think its possible!
get a new one
first turn your psp on. Then go to settings and choose Internet options. Squeeze gently in the middle of your psp bar at the bottom. If this does not work dont feel afraid to squeze harder for PSP PHAT If this doesent work your psp is a built wrong , alert sony and say you the sqeeze method and they will send you a new one.
Have you charged your psp lately? It could be out of battery IT DOES NOT DO THAT!
The PSP Street has no wi-fi capabilities, so you can't turn wireless on.
Do you mean "How do you turn it on?" It's simple. Do you see, on the bottom-right of your psp, on the side, the little switch thing? Just slide it up and then let go. It should turn on so long as the PSP is fully charged.
a "bricked" psp means the psp does not have the correct files to boot up properly a bricked psp wont do anything when you turn it on to "unbrick" is to put the correct files on the PSP without it booting up normally