Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Well, first things first, you've got to have a Wi-Fi hotspot around. When you are in a place where you know there's an internet connection, follow these steps:
1) Go to "Settings" on your PSP
2) Scroll to Network Settings
3) Select "Infastructure Mode"
4) Select "New Connection" from the connection selection menu
5) Select "Scan" and then choose the SSID from the list it composes that you would like to connect to
6) Chose it as the default connection for now (you can change it later)
7) Leave the name of the connection alone
8) If the internet requires a password, scroll down to where you put that in and proceed to insert that in, if there is no password, simply continue
9) The PSP should confirm your information and you can test the connection.
10) If all goes smoothly, go to the home menu, scroll to "Network" and then choose "Internet Browser". You should be ready to go!
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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