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Is it possible to have free internet access on psp 2000 even without wifi by just changing PSP's mac address?

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Not really because the PSP does not connect to anything but Wi-Fi. Then only reason your cell phone can do it is because it has access to a cell phone tower. A PSP does not.

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Turn on your PSP by moving the power button on the right-hand side of the console in an upward motion. Under the console's main screen, go to the "Settings" icon. This is the first icon listed and is farthest to the left. From the drop-down menu, choose the "Network Settings" option at the end of the list.

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