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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.
you can put music on you ps3 in many ways here is an easy way:
Connect a flash drive or a non (ipod or zune) mp3 player, browse the music on the device by going to (on the ps3) music look for a sub menu called removable device and select it. then when you find a file/ folder containing what you would like simply hit triangle and select copy, wait a while (time depends on amount of music selected) and it will no be on your ps3 harddrive, you can also do this for video's and pictures.
Drag file to the Scroll Bar on the left, hold the file over the GPX DEVICE
Two folders will appear under it.Put file into ALBUMS
To then access videos put onto the device.Hold the MODE BUTTON on your MP3 player until you are returned to your menu screen.Scroll to MOVIES and your videos will be there. :DTo return to listening to music or looking at Pictures, hold the MODE BUTTON and simply select your desired destination.
This player requires Windows Media Player 11 to transfer music files.
Motion Studio camcorders will also accept .WAV files. Convert your MP3s and place in same folder as your video files. They will appear in the audio tab. Note that .WAV files are much larger than the canned music that comes with the software.
To put music on the PSP, just plug it into the usb slot, in the memory card, you'll see a lot of folders named ISO, MUSIC, PSP, VIDEO (these are usually the defaults of the PSP root directory of your memcard)...just concern yourself only with the MUSIC folder...just put your mp3s in tht folder and you're good to go...
Download whatever music video from Limewire, Napster, etc. Watch the entire video to make sure you are satisfied. Afterwards, go to the Sansa Media Converter and click "Add Music." Find the video (in whatever file you saved it under) the click convert. That should put it on there.
i have 1 just like yours and i download whatever i want to put onto it 2 my computer then when i plug in my player i go 2 my computer and pull the player up and open it and copy and paste what i downloaded to the computer over 2 the player