Re: how to protect your kids accessing malicious website...
You can go to the settings on the psp menu and place a password for when he starts up the internet browser. And i think that there is some kind of parental control, but i do believe thats for games though.
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To access the Internet you first need a wireless connection available. Assuming you have that, navigate to the settings>network settings. You then set up the connection. After the connection is set up, select the World Wide Web icon to access the internet.
The easiest way to put videos on the PSP is connecting it to a computer via USB and finding the video folder. If you don't have one, create a new folder named "VIDEO" in all caps. Just drag and drop the videos into this folder. You can also try downloading a program that manages all your PSP media like photos, videos, music etc.
If your son is expecting a PSP, he will be disappointed if you buy the DV. This looks like a cheap knock-off, with a bunch of games preloaded on it. And the games look like old Nintendo and Super Nintendo games. You will not be able to buy PSP games and play them in the DV.
If he is young, and may not know any better, the DV would be a good toy to keep him busy. But like I said, it's not a PSP and will not function like one.
The web browser already installed on the PSP system is the only way surf content. Simply be near a wireless connection and click on the browser icon in your PSP home screen. If it asks you to set up a connection, do so using your preferred access point.
With your Psp turned on go to the “Settings” in the menu (scroll to the left)
Scroll all the way down until you have reached “Network Settings” and click the “X” button to enter
Select “Infrastructure Mode” and hit “X”
Select “New Connection” and hit the X button again
Now you will have a number of options for connecting to a wireless
connection. Choose “Scan” and press the control pad to the left, the
PSP will now scan for wifi signals around your area
When the PSP finishes scanning you will probably have a few
different wifi connections. SSID is the name of the connection, the
Security column tells you whether or not the connection is password
protected, and the last one is the signal strength the higher the better
If you want to borrow your neighbors unprotected wifi select a
connection with “None” in the Security column and a strong signal. If
you want to use a secure wifi than you will need to know the password.
Select one and press the X button
Now the Psp will confirm your settings proceed by pressing left on the d-pad and save your settings
Now test your connection if you are able to connect, awesome. If you were not able to connect try doing the settings again
With the connection settings in place we can now connect the PSP to
the internet. In the home menu scroll all the to the left until you
have reached “Network” and go down to “Internet Browser” and hit “X”
Your browser will appear, select the little square box to enter the
web address, play around with the different options. Have fun with your
To connect to the internet on your PSP, you need a Wireless Router or Wireless Access Point. Once you have a wireless one, you should know the name of your router. That's what an SSID (Service Set Identifier) is. Once you know this information you should be able to find your router on your PSP. Once you do you should have a password on your router so no one you don't know can use your internet. When adding a connection on your PSP you will also need to enter the password for your router. You can use WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES). WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (AES) have very high security and WEP has a lower security. Once you have added your connection, just type an address and surf! Not all websites will load because some require too much memory.
Assuming you have Official SONY PSP Firmware, Update to the latest version by going to Settings>Network Update. Locate your router and use it as the network connection. Download the needed files and update by going to Game>Memory Stick>PSP Update.
Once you finish Update, go to Network>Internet Radio>About Internet radio. It will take you to a website to download the files needed and will install to your Memory Stick.
To put music on your Memory Stick, the Music must be MP3, AAC, M4A or WMA format. Open your memory stick on your computer by pluggin in a USB cable to your PSP and going to Network>USB Connection or you can put the memory stick in a card reader. Once in the root of your memory stick, there should be a folder called "Music". Put your music in there or in one more folder inside that. Two folders inside of each other will not be playable.
Place videos in the "Video" folder on the root of your memory stick. Videos need to be MP4 format. 368X208 Highest MPEG4 Codec, or 480X272 x264 or AVC codec.
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