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PSP I don't really know how to use my PSP that well. I just got it and was wondering how to use it. Is something suppose to pop up after you plug it in.

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  • Sugargirl94 Mar 05, 2008

    How do I put music on my daughter's PSP?



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1.first plug PSP to pc via usb port
2. then click USB CONNECTION from psp tries to detect your PSP ''look image below''
PSP - 032c270.jpg 4. click open view folder
5.then click music folder "see image below"
then add mp3 format music to this folder and exit....its easy...have fun...=)
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