Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Connect the usb and move the music to the MUSIC folder on your memory stick.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
All you have to do is put in your psp cord in your psp and the computer and then it will come up with memory stick g or something like that. then you can rename it. then you make a music folder you will go in it theirs nothing. so you go to somewhere where its got music then copy it then paste it on music on the psp
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Try to down load limewire i got it for free pick a song that you want down load it then go to limewire libary then right click the song locate on disk then connect your psp to your computer then put the songs on your psp :NOTE:you have to get limewire on your computer for this to work you can not get limewire for your psp
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
If you already have them music files (*.mp3 are best, some others will also work) then simply connect your PSP to your Computer, and in Windows Explorer when it appears go the folder X:\PSP\MUSIC, where X is the drive letter of your MS. If the folder's not there, create it. Then, put all your Music Files in there and they will appear on the PSP. You can create folders inside the Music folder, but only down to two levels, or you won't be able to see the music on your PSP. IF you don't have the files, you can get them from any number of places on the internet, and repeat the above steps. If you are downloading them direct to your PSP, from the PSP's Internet Browser, change the destination folder from PSP\COMMON to PSP\MUSIC, if it hasn't already done that for you.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony psp
1) Plug The USB Cable To Both The PC And PsP. 2) In The 1st Menu On Your PsP, Enable The USB Connection. 3) Go To My Computer, And You Will See A Folder Under Removable Storage, (For The PsP) Open That, Open The Folder PSP, and create a folder called "MUSIC" 4) Copy Your Music To That Folder. It Goes the same for a card reader aswell, because your PSP acts as a memory card reader. and you can also put movies in the video file but the video format must be mp4
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
SOURCE: how to put music on a psp
There are two ways to go about this:
Hook your psp up via USB or take the Memory stick out and use a card read to being up the contents on your computer.
Look inside the contents and you should see several folders. Look for one named "music" and open it. Drop all mp3 files into the folder and be sure to disconnect the memory stick via windows on bottom right hand corner in windows.
turn on your PSP and in the menus go to the music area. Go down to memory card and open it. It should list all the files you dropped.
Let me know if you have any trouble and I hope I helped!!
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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The PSP can only connect to the internet through WIFI. You can ride around to find a hot spot, or go to an internet cafe'. I can go to the big sity nearby on main street and always pick up a hotspot. Run network connection to setup the wifi and connect. In your home you will need internet, and a router setup to broudcast Wifi. The USB port on your PSP is for loading up stuff like music Video and games. You could go online on your computer and go to www.playstation.com and download Music,Video, Wallpapers, Screenshots, and trial Games. Then hook up your PSP through the USB connection to load whatever you downloaded on your computer to the MagicGate Card in your PSP. WWW.Playstation.com also has the manual you can download under PSP and Support.
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