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Psp camera i just bought a new camera for my psp and i put it in and it says : please connect a camera that is compatible with the PSP system into the USB. I bought my PSP in Australia ane the camera in England. PLEASE HELP!!!

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  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2009

    my psp version is 4.01 nd i cnt use the camera!

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    i have the same problem and the latest update but it's not working

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This can depend on the firmware you are running. PSP's firmware version 3.0 and up supports the camera. Have a wi-fi network that you can access close by, make sure your battery is charged and select network update.

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