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Hello, my ps vita that was bought in the summer of 2012 quickly discharges. I saw this phenomenon around 2016 after about a year's pause. I bought a new battery but the problem still persists. I even go to henkaku hack there without any change. I am trying to charge it through the adapter from the mobile with 2A but also ... Quick discharge I mean that evening charge it 100% and in the morning can not even turn on.
i use this psp2 battery fixer from SKGleba but not working
 
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yes, i have 3g but i do not use it and no sim in console

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yes but i do not use 3g and no sim in console. can you post someone fix?
 

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It still uses power even when not in use and with no sim in it. Fix is pretty tough I heard you need to take the 3G out and mod the firmware. Have never done it myself.
 

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The 3g isn't going to cause the Vita to drain from 100% to nil overnight....

you should charge at 1.5 not 2 amp, try using an official Vita charger or alternatively charging through your PC
 
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I think I should try to remove the 3g module but I will not do this because I do not know. some other solution?
 

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