If you still have your warranty you can send it back to Sony but expect a 3.00+ PSP.
I tried to update the black32 theme, and ran out of space on flash. Then i tried to run the recovery, and it got to 98% then said, PANIC: PSAR ERROR!
Is there someway to solve this?
I heard of some guy that unbricks psps, does anyone know how I can contact him?
Will my bestbuy warranty work for "Stealing"?
if i tell sony that i have to use my money on a ps3, will they unbrick it and leave the firmware on?
Can you get to recovery? You should be able to.
Hold "R" on a cold-boot.
he tried to recover so his flash0 was already formatted to downgrade to 1.5
Nope i see another brick,
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Please outline EVERYTHING you did in a more organized fashion, preferably using a list so we can ascertain EXACTLY what went wrong.
Why would you need to reinstall 3.03 OE-C after trying to update a theme-went-wrong? Or am I misunderstanding you?
If you screwed up installing a theme, you should have simply gone into recovery mode and access USB Flash0 and replaced the theme's files with backups that you should have had. Would have fixed any problems relating to problematic theme installs.
But still, I ask that you rewrite and reorganize what happened, so we can better assist you.
as he sed, we need specific details so we can help pin point the exact problem ur having
OK. I was looking through QJ, and saw the new black32 theme. I was like, "what the heck?" it went so smooth last time that i skipped making a backup of the folder. The files started to write, and after about 2 it said the disk was full. I tried to boot my psp, and it did fine until it tried to load the topmenu, then it would just freeze. So i got the recovery pack with the 1.50 update in it, (UPDATE.PBP), and started the downgrade. It did all the regular stuff, then when it got to dumping the psar, or whatever, it got to 98%, then said: "PANIC: PSAR ERROR!"
And that's about it.
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