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    HELP! with PSP 3000

    Does anyone here know how to unbrick a PSP 3000. :huh:

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    How did you even brick it? Have you tried with a pandora battery and a magic memory stick? I think they sell pandora batteries for the 3000, or might as well be an internet scam. Dunno.

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    3000 can't use a pandora. How is it bricked?? What's it doing?? Hoow does one even brick it considering its using a homebrew enabler? Did u write to the flash?

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    If it's brick, there's no way to fix it. You can't use Pandora, so yeah. Brick.

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    I have a 3000 too... Using it for coding and other stuff.. never had probelms with it... maybe u used a plugin which changes the flash (or works in flash.. there are only a couple of plugins...). For example CXMB. there's a version for 5.03gen and 5.55 (or m33)...
    OR u treid to flash ur psp with fw over 5.03...

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    Will it / does it boot to recovery? Does it have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emkaywe View Post
    I have a 3000 too... Using it for coding and other stuff.. never had probelms with it... maybe u used a plugin which changes the flash (or works in flash.. there are only a couple of plugins...). For example CXMB. there's a version for 5.03gen and 5.55 (or m33)...
    OR u treid to flash ur psp with fw over 5.03...
    probably toggles the flash 0 or something.

    i wanted to add a file to my flash 0 to get the matrix but since my psp can't use a pandora, i decided not to cause if it bricks, that's the end of the psp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE-PHOENIX-KING-007 View Post
    probably toggles the flash 0 or something.

    i wanted to add a file to my flash 0 to get the matrix but since my psp can't use a pandora, i decided not to cause if it bricks, that's the end of the psp.
    Uh yeah Phoenix, ANY changes to your flash and the motherboard will prevent your PSP from starting, AKA brick.

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    there are unbrickers, but i doubt for a bricked 3000. sorry kid. gamestop time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aids View Post
    Will it / does it boot to recovery? Does it have one?
    Every time i turn it on the screen doesnt turn on but the power light is on. I used my mms and pandora battery to unbrick it, but it didnt work. I have unbricked several psp with the mms and pandora, but never on a psp 3000.

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