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<p>Visit the sony PSP website by going to: http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/SystemUpdates/PSP/PC.html<br /></li>
<p>Click the Download Now button, which is located under Step 3 under the "Download Procedure."<br /></li>
<p>Verify that the file will be saved with the name "EBOOT.PBP" and save it to your desktop.<br /></li>
<p>Connect your PSP to your <a href="http://www.ehow.com/computers/">computer</a> via the USB cable. When the cord is plugged in, select "USB Connection" under the Settngs menu on your PSP.<br /></li>
<p>Let the PSP window open up on your desktop. This will take a minute, so be patient. From the window, select "View Files."<br /></li>
<p>Select the Games folder from the open window.<br /></li>
<p>Select and save the file into the Update folder. If there is not an Update folder already made, make one by right clicking your mouse and selecting "New Folder." Save the folder with the name "Update."<br /></li>
<p>Safely remove your PSP from your computer by right clicking and selecting "Safely Remove" from the green arrow icon in the tray on the bottom left of your computer's screen.<br /></li>
<p>Use the right arrow key on your PSP to highlight the Game icon from the PSP menu.<br /></li>
<p>Scroll down and click on the "Memory Stick" icon. This is usually the last icon in the list.<br /></li>
<p>Click the PSP Update icon and follow all of the instructions that it tells you to follow. You will now have the latest version of firmware on your PSP.<br /></li>
<span>Tips & Warnings</span>
After the new firmware has been installed, you can delete the update from your PSP to free up space.</li>
None of your saved files will be deleted from updating firmware versions.</li></ul><br />
PSP uses mp3 file format. ***FREE SOFTWARE You need this software http://www.nch.com.au/switch/ Download and install it. Then open it and click "Add Files" choose the song from your cmoputer thay you want to put in your psps. Select the ouput folder(where your converted song should go). Just change it to your desktop. Select the Out Put format to mp3 Press the convert button When it has finished converting the files, Connect your psp to your computer
***YOUR PSP DRIVE LETTER On your computer, Go to Start---->My Computer then look for your psp. The C: and D: drives are usually for your cmoputer Harddrive and your CDROM. So none of them is your psp unless you dont have a CDRom then D: is your PSP. If you have CD ROM on your pc, then G: or E: will be your PSP Drive. Open it.
**COPYING CONVERTED SONG Copy the converted song(.mp3) from your desktop to the folder called MUSIC on your psp . If the folder "MUSIC" does not exist, create it then copy your converted song there.
NOTE** The easiest way to find your psp Drive Letter is to first open "My Computer" then plug the PSP in and you'll notice that a new DRIVE LETTER has appeared. That Drive is your psp.
1. CONNECT YOUR PSP TO PC The
PSP can function as a USB Memory Stick Duo reader. Using this
functionality, you can copy pictures, audio, and other content to and
from your Memory Stick Duo. To access the Memory Stick Duo in your PSP
from your PC, you'll need a USB cable that has a "Mini-B" connector
(common for digital cameras) and a "Standard-A" connector (common for
printers, etc). Plug the Mini-B side into the top of your PSP and the
Standard-A side into your PC. From the PSP software, navigate to the
top of the settings list and select "USB Connection." Your PC
(Windows/Mac/Linux) should detect a new "Removable Disk Drive" that you
can then access.
2. TRANSFER SAVE GAME TO "SAVEDATA" FOLDER Just
copy the folder you have just extracted, and paste it into the PSP's
"SAVEDATA" folder. But, BEWARE!, to any folder overwrite warnings!
Because the PSP save game folders use the same names for the same
games, copying folders into these locations could lead to lost data.
For this reason, we recommend that you backup your old save games
before overwriting them. For Example, I would simply rename a folder
like "ULPS0004" to "ULPS0004_backup."
3. EXIT USB MODE Because
your PSP has been in USB Mode throughout this process, just push X to
exit. Then you can safely disconnect your PSP from your PC.
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Download MPH Downgrader and Firmware version you want(e.g 1.50) to the Windows-based computer. Connect the PSP Slim to the computer's USB port using the USB connector. Transfer the two programs to the main folder of the PSP Slim. Disconnect the PSP Slim from the computer's USB hub when the transfer is complete.
Turn on the PSP Slim. Go to the Settings/USB Connection in the Home menu and select the EBOOT.PBP file in the PSP\GAME\UPDATE update folder. Extract the MPH Downgrader zip file to the root folder of the PSP. Click OK using the X button if you are prompted that this will replace some files.
Go to Photo/Memory Stick in the Home menu. Wait as the screen goes black and numbers appear. Wait two minutes and then press and hold the power switch until the PSP Slim turns off. Release the power switch.
Wait as the PSP Slim turns on and reboots. Go to Game/Memory Stick in the Home menu and select PSPS Update version 1.50. Press the X button to start the update.
Wait as the update finishes and presents an error message. Press the O button to restart the PSP.
You can downgrade your psp without a pandora battery but you will need a Lumines game hack,Follow these steps to do so.
Download the 5.50.pbp file. Rename the 5.50.pbp file to "UPDATE.PBP." Connect your PSP to your computer with the USB cable and select "USB Connection" to place the PSP into USB mode. A window will appear on your computer and you will be able to see the PSP memory stick files.
Download the downgrade pack. Open the "MS_ROOT" folder from the downgrade pack. Right-click the "PSP" folder and click "Copy." Go back to the PSP memory stick and right-click it. Click "Paste" and "Yes" to overwrite the data.
Right-click the UPDATE.PBP file that you downloaded in step one and click "Copy." Open the "PSP" folder on the PSP memory stick and you will see the "GAME" folder. Open this folder to reveal the "UPDATE" folder. Right-click the "UPDATE" folder and click "Paste" to transfer the update file to your PSP memory stick. The downgrade pack and 5.50 update file are on the PSP memory stick. Press the "O" button to safely disconnect the PSP from your computer.
Insert the Lumines PSP game into the PSP drive. Select the game from the PSP menu to start. Press the "Start" button when you get to the Lumines start screen. Your screen will blink red and will turn completely blue. You will be brought back to the PSP screen. It is important to not press any buttons before you get to the Lumines start screen.
Go to the game section of the PSP menu and you will now be able to see the "x.yz update" application. Select it with the "X" button to start it. Press the "X button from the main menu to start the downgrading process. Press "X" again to reboot the PSP when the downgrade has completed. You have now downgraded your PSP to 5.50 firmware.
Adding music is rather simple. First, you have to connect your PSP to your PC via a USB Cable. Once it's plugged in, click on USB Connection on the PSP Menu. Your computer will recognize your PSP and ask what you want to do with it.
Open up your PSP folder and open the folder called "MUSIC". Open the folder on your computer that has the music you want to add. Click and drag the files over to the PSP. Once the transfer is complete, disconnect your PSP and goto the Music tab on your menu and select "Memory Stick''. All the music you uploaded should be accessible.
1. Connect your PSP to your PC via the USB cable. 2. On your PSP's menu, go all the way left into the Settings menu. 3. Scroll up to the USB Connection menu and click X 4.
Your PC should recognize your PSP. You can then access your PSP's
installed memory stick just as you would any other drive. Let's say,
for example, your PSP is now drive G:\ on your Computer. On your PC,
click into drive G: 5. Click into the PSP Folder. If this folder does not exist, you can create it by clicking File --> New --> Folder 6. Click into the MUSIC Folder. If this folder does not exist, you can create it by clicking File --> New --> Folder
Here you can drap and drop [or copy and paste] all of your MP3 or WMA
files and they should appear on the PSP's music menu.
you need an mp3 conversion programme like Nero, or media player 10 can convert your cd's to mp3 in the rip tab.
but what it doesn't tell you in the instuctions is that you should make a new folder called music in the psp folders window when it pops up showing whats saved on your psp.
Make sure you have a decent size duo memory card fitted as this is where the songs will be saved; not on the psp itself.
But in your psp settings make sure you have selected USB connection or it wont connect and show anything on your pc.
select your mp3 file on your pc, copy it and then go to the music folder you made open it up and then select paste, it will then go into the folder and then should show up in the music menu in the psp after you have disconnected the usb lead.
the same applies to video or any other file you wish to put on the psp.