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Memory is it posible to connect a external hard drive 160gb to a psp through the usb port on the psp

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    fkuk Jan 01, 2007

    what abot a ipod


    ipod --> ipod usb --> usb to usb --> psp usb --> psp


    would that work

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May be yes, if you are successfull in developing the right kind of software for it to work! on the other hand its definitely possible via the memstick slot, provided someone makes the necessary interfacing hardware for that to work.

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

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If you have the right cable then Yes

Posted on Dec 31, 2006

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