Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
The AOSS button they refer to is actually on your router. In order to sync up your PSP to a wireless connection you need to first initiate the PSP into connecting to the network, then on your router press the big center button that allows networks to connect to it. If your router is older, it may not have this button but should automatically find your device. If this still doesnt work, check your computer settings under your network options. If it doesn't allow network discovery you need to turn it on.
Make sure that any passwords (keys) you need to connect to the network are remembered. If you're still having issues, try reinstalling your router on your computer and keep everything default. You may want to put in a single password to keep others from connecting to it.
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Posted on May 13, 2010
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