If a Sony PlayStation Portable will not turn on, then the PSP should be brought in to a professional who specializes in PSP and portable gaming software repairs. The PSP cannot be fixed at home without violating its warranty.Continue Reading
Before a person brings the PSP in to a gaming repair professional, however, there are a few things to check. The person should try to charge the PSP and then try to restart the PSP or turn it off and then turn it back on. If these methods do not work then the PSP will need to be brought in to a professional.
The PSP is a portable gaming device. It has connectivity options such as using Skype, connecting to the PlayStation 3system and home computer. It allows users to browse the Internet on the device. It also has a range of multimedia options besides the games including movies, TV shows, the ability to store and access photos, TivoToGo, stored music and Internet radio.
The PSP is known for its variety of games and it has hundreds of gaming options for users including PS one classics and free demos in addition to new games. For parents, there are parental controls that can restrict games by ESRB rating as well as restrict videos by rating.Learn more about Gaming Consoles
The AOSS button will be found on one's wireless router and not on his PlayStation Portable. AOSS stands for AirStation One-Touch Secure System and is a system that allows a network connection to be established with the push of a button. Please refer to your router's manufacturer for further information.Full Answer >
The Sony PlayStation Portable or PSP can be charged using a USB cable by simply connecting it to an external device that can power it up. Such devices include personal computers (PC) that support USB mass storage class or any device that allows a USB connection to the PSP system, such as the PlayStation 3 or an HDD recorder.Full Answer >
The handheld gaming console PSP plays discs for movies and games, but if the console suddenly isn't reading those discs, it can be frustrating. By taking various troubleshooting steps like cleaning the disc or laser, it's possible to get the PSP working properly again.Full Answer >
To perform a hard reset on the PSP, go to System Settings, and select Restore Default Settings. Restart the console, and input "0000" when prompted with a password request to access the system.Full Answer >