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First I going toI am assuming from your post you have to ask a few questions to figure out where you coming from?1001 or 1000 series PSP.
First I going toI am assuming from your post you have to ask a few questions to figure out where you coming from?1001 or 1000 series PSP.
 
What Model PSP are you using,the 1000 series (Fat), 2000 series (old slim), 3000 series (new Slim) or the PSP Go?Go varies in design.
What Model PSP are you using,the 1000 series (Fat), 2000 series (old slim), 3000 series (new Slim) or the PSP Go?Go varies in design.
 
When you wiredI also assume your USB charger,charging from whatthe charge port you are charging too?on the bottom right of the PSP.
When you wiredI also assume your USB charger,charging from whatthe charge port you are charging too?on the bottom right of the PSP.
 
In USB cords, Red is usuallyI would double check the 5 volt line, black is ground, andwiring in the whitecharge cable, check your PSP battery's level and green are data lines. You only want the Red and Black Wirestry other USB ports on what ever computer or device your trying to charge from. Trying a different PSP battery to see that its not your PSP battery, also clean any contacts with rubbing alcohol.
In USB cords, Red is usuallyI would double check the 5 volt line, black is ground, andwiring in the whitecharge cable, check your PSP battery's level and green are data lines. You only want the Red and Black Wirestry other USB ports on what ever computer or device your trying to charge from. Trying a different PSP battery to see that its not your PSP battery, also clean any contacts with rubbing alcohol.
 
DidIn USB cords, Red is usually the 5 volt line, black is ground, and the white and green are data lines, you will not need the data lines. You only usewant the Red (5v) and Black (ground) lines?Wires.
DidIn USB cords, Red is usually the 5 volt line, black is ground, and the white and green are data lines, you will not need the data lines. You only usewant the Red (5v) and Black (ground) lines?Wires.
 
The other end of the charger should also have a 5v and ground wires, usually also Red for 5 v black for ground.
 
You would also want to check the polarity of your Charger Cable, to make sure you connect the rightcorrect wire to the rightcorrect part of the plug.

For future reference, I would put a diode on the 5v line, as a extra safety measure for both the PSP and the USB enabled device, like a computer.
You would also want to check the polarity of your Charger Cable, to make sure you connect the rightcorrect wire to the rightcorrect part of the plug.

For future reference, I would put a diode on the 5v line, as a extra safety measure for both the PSP and the USB enabled device, like a computer.

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Aporte original por: Dark Sakul ,

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First I going to have to ask a few questions to figure out where you coming from?

What Model PSP are you using, 1000 series (Fat), 2000 series (old slim), 3000 series (new Slim) or the PSP Go?

When you wired your USB charger, from what port you are charging too?

In USB cords, Red is usually the 5 volt line, black is ground, and the white and green are data lines. You only want the Red and Black Wires.

Did you only use the Red (5v) and Black (ground) lines?

The other end of the charger should also have a 5v and ground wires, usually also Red for 5 v black for ground.

You would also want to check the polarity of your Charger Cable, to make sure you connect the right wire to the right part of the plug.

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