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You will need to plug the psp into your
computer, Then selected usb mode Wait a few minutes until the computer recognizes the device. Go to your desktop and open "My Computer" and look for your PSP. You will need to create a new folder called music and then you can just drag and drop your music files.
If that sound a little to difficult there is a freeware application
that will put music on it for you.
You cannot get non-internet radio on your PSP. The reason you have to be on the internet is because the music is streaming to your PSP through the internet. Your PSP is constantly getting information from the internet to continue to play the song, and the next song, etc.
The only other option you have is to download music files [mp3s] to the PSPs memory card. If you get a big enough memory card, you can put thousands of songs on your PSP.
maybe because it is not in the mp3 format, if not you need to convert your musics into mp3 format, there are converter applicaton that you can download in the net, you can google "mp3 converter" or you can directly download you music in limewire.com
First of all format your Memory card in your PSP only so after format it will automatically create folders MP_Root and PSP. and in PSP folder itself there will be a subfolder named Game,Music,Video. in this music folder you can copy your Audio MP3 file by connecting your PSP to computer through USB Data Cable, and for playing downloaded games through memory card let me know your PSP software version is it compatiable or not?