Psp froze while updating
Then in exasperation I went to a public wifi access point at a local cafe and tried to connect using their wireless network, one that didn’t have any sort of password. The first problem I had to figure out, however, was when I tried to connect I was promptly informed that WLAN Switch Is Turned Off on the PSP screen.
After some digging, I found out that the small silver slide switch on the lower left edge controls whether the PSP can access a wireless network (WLAN) or not: slide it up and you’ll be wireless ready.
Most operating systems freeze up occasionally, and frozen tablets can be turned off in several ways, which tend to follow a few similar paths.
Shutting down your tablet also turns off the app causing the trouble.
It will not allow me to turn it off, either with the remote or by pressing the button itself.
It was left overnight, and has progressed no further.
Since I first got my Sony PSP I’ve also been trying to get this to work, with zero success.
While it appears to support wireless encryption protocol (WEP), the encryption key that works fine for my Mac and PC fails on the PSP with cryptic errors like 80410D0D07.