Yes you can... Very easy... Get an Action Replay Max Evo cd, it has an option to copy all the data to the usb drive. You can even transfer data back to memory card like downloaded game saves.... Hope this helps...
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Depends on what you mean by adding music. If you want to just add music files then you can just get mini USB to USB cord and connect to your computer. You'll need to put your psp into USB mode first though. Once connected to your computer you can just drag and drop your files into your psp memory card. Thier should be a music file already created in the memory card. As for getting music from a provider like spotify then I'm sorry to say but that's not possible. You could try the radio app on the psp. I'm not sure if it is still working but it doesn't hurt to try.
Putting music or videos on the PSP is a fairly simple and straightforward process.
What you'll need:
a mini USB to USB cable (to connect the PSP to the computer)
a memory stick (to store your music and videos)
Put the memory stick in the PSP.
Connect the PSP with the mini USB to USB cable to the computer
On the PSP, go to the settings menu and select "USB Connection."
Your computer should recognize that a device has been connected to it, open up the device (your PSP) inside a file viewer, such as windows explorer. There should be a few folders here one named Video and one named Music.
Add the music and video files to these folders, and press O(circle) on the PSP to end the USB Connection.
If all has gone right, and the files are the correct formats, you should be able to enjoy your music and videos on your PSP.
The best way is with an SD/Mini sd memory card. Your phone can accept a 2gig card max. Get a SD reader or a base reader, to USB adaptor, get the SD/mini SD card w/adapter and just copy files from your computer to the mini card and insert that into the phone. Most cells do not allow downloads in the same way as computers do. Yes you can download themes and ring tones but not files like MP3's. Here are pictures of the tools needed to put music on your phone. his is the mini SD with adpt. here is the reader, Hope this Fixya up.Please leave a testimonial if it does. Thank you for using Fixya.
Put the memory-card into the card-reader.
Connect the card-reader to the computer.
Watch the "desktop" for a new icon to appear, representing a "removable-disk-drive".
Double-click on the icon to open the folder.
Drag-and-drag music files from your computer into the folder that you just opened.
To connect the SD memory card to the computer you need a USB memory card reader. Plug the SD memory card into the USB card reader and then plug the card reader into the computer's USB port.
The computer will see this as an external memory card, you can then click on this memory card (it maybe the D or E or F drive) and select the music files from your computer then copy and paste your music files to this memory card. I presume the music files you need to copy are MP3 or MP4 files.
most mini sd cards come with a full-sized sd card adapter that the mini slips into. You can then slip that in your computer if you have an sd slot or sd reader. You can also buy very inexpensively, a usb port mini sd reader that you can plug directly into your usb port on your computer. Then after you'v dragged and dropped the files, you can put the mini sd back in your phone.
I am not sure how to put them on from iTunes. But to put things on the PSP you need a memory card and either a USB cord to connect the PSP to the USB port in your computer or a SD card reader in your computer. After you have done either of those, you have to plug in either the PSP (with the memory card inserted in the PSP) or the memory card in SD card reader. Once you have done this, a screen should pop up on your computer, asking you how to open the files on the memory card or PSP. Select the one where the picture is a folder (should say browse) and open up the memory card folder. Open up the folder in your computer with the desired files. Highlight the files, right-click on the mouse and select Copy. Then go back to the memory card folder and right click on an open spot and select Paste. This should copy the files over, but, even though they copy over, that does not mean you can acess them through the PSP. That I know of, Microsoft Word files cannot be acessed through the PSP. That seems to be one of the only files unable to be used with the PSP.
1st plug in the memory card into the computer. Go to start , then my computer . Locate the drive that has your card . right click on it and format the removable disk. This will clean the mini memory card back to it's new condition.It will also empty it so make sure your files are saved on your computer. Try again to put music on.
1. Put a micro SD card into your phone. (Make sure it's blank)
2. Format the card from your phone. To do this go into "Menu//Settings & Tools//Memory//Card Memory" then click on "Options" that should open the format screen. Enter your security code (usually the last four digits of your cell #) and format the card.
3. Exit all menu screens by pressing the "End" button and remove your card.
4. Insert your card back into your PC. It should recognize the card and open a "Removable Disk" window. (if not, manually open this window by clicking on "Start//My Computer//drive E: or F:" , they might vary depending on your computer set-up.
5. You should see a folder named "my_music". That's where you are going to drag your music files into.
6. DO NOT open any media player. Just find the location of your music FILES. Usually if you click on "Start//My Music" your music FILES will be stored there.
7. Simply drag and drop music FILES into the folder that I listed on #5. DO NOT drag an albulm. It won't work. Just the music file.
all you need to do is to get a mini sd card (memory card) incert it into your sidekick 3 phone and also get a usb cable for that your phone, plug it into your computer this will install as a flash drive copy & paste MP3 audio file format into your memory card. Now you can enjoy your favorites music on the go!