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Psp when trying to upload music from computer to psp I accidentally deleted Music option from PSP on computer, the PSP still has music icon but won't let me upload

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You have to create a new folder with the EXACT original name for it to upload. the name should be "MUSIC" if i remember correctly.

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How to add music onto my psp online


    1)Connect PSP to computer with USB supplied with PSP.
    2)Now, press "home" button on PSP
    3)Scroll down menu to option "setting" using right and left directional buttons
    4)When you reach the option "USB Connection", press X button to indicate your selection
    5)The "my computer" window will now show a removable drive
    6)Double click on removable drive to open it. You will see a folder named "PSP" inside it.
    7)Open the folder "PSP" and see whether there is a folder named "Music" inside it.
    8)If you cannot see the folder named "Music", then create it inside the folder named "PSP." Make sure to name it "Music".
    9)Now simply and paste the music files from hard disk to the "Music" folder, just the way you would transfer files from a CD to your hard disk.
    10)Once you are done, press the "o" button on your PSP. PSP will exit from the USB connection. Now unplug PSP from the USB data cable. Now you can carry around your music collection and listen to your favourite tunes, whenever you want. Enjoy!
How to put music on PSP from computer

Oct 31, 2015 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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About music


conenct the PSP to USB and then set it to USB mode.

access your "my computer" then clcik on the PSP icon on your my computer screen

you will be able to see folders in there, one is music, just copy the music file from your computer then paste it in the "music folder in the PSP.

Aug 17, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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HOW TO ADD MUSIC TO PSP


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.

Jun 20, 2010 | Sony PSP-3000 Silver Console

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Can i upload some music in my psp from my pc? is that free?


Yes, you can.
Yes, it's free.

You can upload MP3 files with no problem.
You can upload unprotected WMA files with no problem, but you have to first connect your PSP to wifi and accept the windows media player agreement.
You cannot play protected WMA files on the PSP. Here's how to transfer music. You will need a memory sick duo for the PSP for storage and a USB cable to connect the PSP to your PC.

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.

Oct 20, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Umm i my psp can't play songs. i select the music icon then it freezes. this happened right after i changed the original theme and the xmb wave. here are my psp specs: psp model 1001 custom firmware...


hardboot your psp and hold r then you should see recovery menu go to plugins and turn cxmb.prx off okay and then delete the theme from your mem stick and then reenable cxmb.prx

Feb 24, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Cant delete music files off my memory stick


re connect psp to computer in usb mode go to my computer click on external device go into music and delete from there

Feb 01, 2009 | Sony PSP-3000 Silver Console

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Computer says sync'd when it is not


well this folder is attach to the psp program it is where the music is sopose to be in but its ok if you dont put it in the folder since it is apart of the psp program neither the computer or ths psp can delete it please fvote for me cloud_foe:)

Jan 10, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How do i play music on psp


Hey minimart,

If you kept all of the MP3's in the same file structure they were on your computer, this might explain why you are encountering this problem. Unlike some regular MP3 players, the PSP is unable to recognize anything beyond two folder levels. As an example, while your computer would be able to determine what "Music > Artist > Album > Songs" means, the PSP is not able to read anything beyond the "Artist" subfolder.

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
Aaron
Go Ahead. Use Us.

Jul 25, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Deleting unwanted icons in your PSP


Like When You Upload Music

With The File Transfer

Just Move The Unwanted Files Away



Hope It Helped
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Tom

Dec 31, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I have a question


That's a slightly vague question, but I can tell you a couple things...

I guess one thing you'll want to know is how to upload stuff.

You'll first need to connect your psp to the computer via the usb cord you got with your psp. Then go into the psp settings menu and scroll up till you get to usb connection. Click that and then you'll be connected to the computer. I don't know what kind of computer you have but it should have a pop-up that tells you something is plugged in. Mine personally says something like the computer recognized a removable drive would you like to open it? If your computer does that click yes, if your computer is an older computer and doesn’t do that… go into My Computer and open the psp drive

The psp drive will contain a couple of folders

PSP
MP_ROOT
MUSIC
PICTURE
VIDEO

If you want to put music and pictures on your psp, all you’ll need to do is open the correct folder and put in the music and or pictures you wish to upload.

*If you want to play WMA you’ll have to go into settings and enable WMA play or else the psp won’t play them, and also make sure your photos are .jpg or .jpeg

If you want to play a video on you psp you’ll have to load a psp video converter on you computer to convert the files to the correct format. Once they’re in the correct format you’ll need to open the file MP_ROOT folder, and then open the 100MNV01 folder and place the file into the folder.

Once you’ve uploaded what you’ve wanted press O on the psp, which will bring you back to the menu.

Dec 28, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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