Psp go battery easy to take out ?

#1starheroz3Posted 3/25/2012 3:37:37 PM
Long story short, I tried to put snes emulator in and now screen is black but power iis on. I think I need to do a battery pull.
#2starheroz3(Topic Creator)Posted 3/25/2012 4:13:10 PM
nm i got it open and pull it out.
#3Disturbed0nePosted 3/25/2012 5:27:49 PM
My first question - How did an SNES emulator screw up your battery?

My second question - What are you going to do now that you have the battery removed from your PSP Go and nothing to replace it with? o_O
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#4dancer62Posted 3/25/2012 5:37:06 PM
disturbed0ne posted...
My first question - How did an SNES emulator screw up your battery?

I think he means he had to do a hard reset by pulling the battery because the software locked up his PSP.

My second question - What are you going to do now that you have the battery removed from your PSP Go and nothing to replace it with? o_O


My second question: is it bricked now, or did it fire up normally when you put the battery back in?
#5starheroz3(Topic Creator)Posted 4/5/2012 10:22:06 AM
It didn't screw up my battery it just cause my screen black out and I cant turn on and off. And it was a success open up and removed my baterry and put it back in. Now my psp is ok again.
#6Mutant1988Posted 4/5/2012 11:38:31 AM
Hard freeze.

Sometimes that happens.

Snes9x for psp, right? That thing glitched a lot for me. I'd advise you to try a different emulator.
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#7nmagodPosted 4/5/2012 2:03:03 PM
1 - you're OBVIOUSLY using the wrong emulator
2 - hold the power switch UP until it turns off. Yes, this works.
3 - You brought this specific issue HERE? Wow that's not smart.
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