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I want to delete unwanted tracks from my psp. they were transferred and there are no tracks. Cannot be played

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Well there are many ways to do that one is to hit the triangle button for info and there is a delete option there (time consuming).

Or connect your psp via usb and delete unnecessary files through your computer.

Another way is to format the whole memory stick but be warn you will delete everything on that memory stick.

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