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WTB: Bricked PSP's.

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banned8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months agoFeedback:16 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Bricked your psp and looking to sell it? Look no further! I'm looking to buy some bricked psp's!

Please let me know what you have!

Games aren't really a big thing, will be nice if you have any though so I can consider buying them!

Boxes and all cables are a big plus as well, but not 100% needed.

Cheers!

PS. Have 1 rep on HUKD, but the person hasn't put it on the official rep thing :P Have 240 transactions on ebay as well. Cheers.
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banned8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months agoFeedback:16 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
And how much are you willing to pay for a "Bricked" psp?

Mike..
banned#2
However much people are willing to sell their's for, and whatever they come with, and the quality of the psp itself.

I'm looking to buy several of them. Cheers.
#3
question. what is a bricked psp? thanks
#4
benhorne
question. what is a bricked psp? thanks


A bricked PSP is one that no longer functions due to either :-

a) a poorly completed / failed downgrade attempt

b) an incomplete firmware installation

Basically your PSP will only display the little flashing green light of the battery for around 5-10 seconds when you turn it on, the screen will not come on, it is basically ruined and as much use as a "Brick" that is where the name comes from.
Unfortunately for Sony there is now a thing called "Pandoras Battery" and this will enable all but the most serious and recent bricks to be repaired ( and even then, most of those can also be fixed with a little knowledge).
Thus meaning they can be fixed extremely cheaply and quickly and downgrades are now risk free!

Hope that clears it up a little for you benhorne,

Mike..
#5
MikeBeaver
A bricked PSP is one that no longer functions due to either :-

a) a poorly completed / failed downgrade attempt

b) an incomplete firmware installation

Basically your PSP will only display the little flashing green light of the battery for around 5-10 seconds when you turn it on, the screen will not come on, it is basically ruined and as much use as a "Brick" that is where the name comes from.
Unfortunately for Sony there is now a thing called "Pandoras Battery" and this will enable all but the most serious and recent bricks to be repaired ( and even then, most of those can also be fixed with a little knowledge).
Thus meaning they can be fixed extremely cheaply and quickly and downgrades are now risk free!

Hope that clears it up a little for you benhorne,

Mike..


Yes thanks very much for the reply, I just wondered what it was.
#6
benhorne
question. what is a bricked psp? thanks


It's a 'term' used for people to buy PSPs off people who think they are unfixable cheaply then fix them easily and sell them for silly prices or see MikeBeaver's technical explanation.

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Likely2
It's a 'term' used for people to buy PSPs off people who think they are unfixable cheaply then fix them easily and sell them for silly prices or see MikeBeaver's technical explanation.

:santa:


Lol, yeah, I kinda went off on a tangent about it there, sorry :)
But ti is good for people to know that there is an easy way to fix them.

Mike..
banned#8
Well it's hardly easy, as if you don't have another PSP with a CFW, then it's alot of work :) And not everyone has that, not enough effort to fix it themselves etc.

So yeah, anybody want to sell theirs?
#9
just to add pandoras battery

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