If you’ve bought your second-hand PSP or your sibling just gave it to you and you want to get rid of all the old data so that you can add your own music and games into it, you must be wondering, ‘how do you reset your PSP?’ OR If you’ve come across a problem that you can’t fix and want to reset your PSP but don’t know how to. We have just the answer for you!
There are two ways by which you can successfully reset your PSP. But there are conditions for each. One is a soft reset and the other is a Hard reset. We will take you through both of the methods.
If your PSP is working properly and the display is also functional, here’s how you can do a soft reset of your PSP easily.
1 – Turn on your PSP
2 – Go to the Settings menu
3 – Select System Reset
4 – Wait a few minutes while the settings are reset as well as the data is wiped.
If this method doesn’t work and you can’t reset your PSP, we have a second method for you.
To properly do a hard reset on your PSP, make sure to follow the method properly in order to avoid any consequential faults. This PSP reset method should only be used in case your PSP is not functioning properly.
1 – Remove the battery while the PSP is still on.
2 – Wait 10 seconds before inserting the battery again.
3 – Press both of the shoulder buttons at the top of the PSP simultaneously.
4 – Keep them holding while the PSP reboots.
5 – Recovery mode should be initiated.
6 – Navigate to the recovery folder using the PSP controls, his folder contains all your data.
7 – Press X to initiate a factory reset.
8 – Your PSP should now be reset to factory settings.
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