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Posted on Sep 12, 2007

Psp internet the internet browser keeps closing every time I try to open. Its like when i press the select button but i dont even press it.

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I have had problems with "stick keys" with one of the PSP's I've had. i don't push the button but the car pulls to the right. if you have had it for a while, it may be that finger grime has built up under the button therefore closing the connection with something as little as a shake. if you just got it, it should still be on warranty and i would suggest having it replaced. service to get it fixed or find out any other prob it may have would just be costly. hope I've helped. again, i am just speaking of my own personal experiences.

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How to internet? realy i dont know

Hi jerichoville,
First off, you have to be in an internet hotspot and your PsP WLAN switch should be turned on ( slide the switch at the left side of the psp upwards). A hotspot means that the area has internet signals that your wireless device can pick-up. If you are at home, make sure that your wireless router is functional.
Now, the steps : -Go to the Main Menu of your PSP. -Go to Settings.
-Scroll down to Network Settings (press the X button)
-Select Infrastructure Mode.
-Select New Connection and assign a name to the connection, then go to the next menu by pushing the Right Directional Key

-Select the Scan, you should now an access point
-Select an access point ( if you see multiple access points, select the strongest network with the Security setting of "None") -Confirm your security setting from the different choices. "DEFAULT" is just about always the correct choice. Push the ">" button again and again until you reach "DEFAULT" -Skip past the Address Settings by clicking the right directional button ">". You should now see a confirmation screen, just click ">". - Press X to save your sttings - Go to TEST CONNECTION and then press X (You should now be connected to the internet at this point.) - Press HOME but this time use the ">" button to move all the way to the right, then "V" to go down to INTERNET BROWSER There you go. Enjoy surfing. Wishing for you to get the best results. All the best to you.

I dont how to connect my psp slim to a wireless network connection

Check that out or follow the below.

  • 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.

  • 2

    Select "Infrastructure Mode" and press the "X" button. Select the "New Connection" option to add a wireless connection to your PSP. Choose the "Scan" option to instruct your PSP to search for accessible wireless connections in your area.

  • 3

    Select a wireless connection from the connections your PSP is able to access. Confirm the name of the network and press the right arrow button. Confirm the security encryption settings for the connection. In most cases, the PSP will determine the network's encryption automatically. Enter the wireless connection's password if the network is secured.

  • 4

    Name your new wireless connection so that you will be able to identify it in the future and save your settings. Run a test connection to ensure you are able to connect to the Internet through the wireless network.

  • 5

    Press your PSP's "Home" button at the bottom left-hand side of the console. Move your cursor to the right to find the "Network" icon. Select the "Internet Browser" option from the drop-down menu. Press the up directional arrow and press "X" to enter a web address into the browser. Once you enter a web address, your PSP will automatically connect to the Internet using the WiFi connection you set up previously.

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    You need to find out your router name or SSID first. Check the network setting in your router.

    1. Go to Network Settings under the PSP settings menu.

    2. Select the "Infrastructure Mode" and press X.

    3. Under "Select a connection to edit", choose "New Connection" and press X.

    4. Now you will enter the connection name, press X.

    5. Using the D-pad, name the connection "<whatever your router name is>" then select Enter and press X.

    6. Now the connection is named "<your router name>". Select it and press >.

    7. Under WLAN Settings, choose to "Enter Manually" and press >.

    8. The SSID screen will come up next. Select the empty space underneath "SSID" and press X.

    9. Using the D-pad, type in "<your router name>" then select Enter and press X.

    10. Under WLAN Security Setting select "None" and press >.

    11. Under Address Setting select "Custom" and press >.

    12. Next, set the IP Address Setting to "Automatic" and press >.

    13. The DNS Setting should also be set to "Automatic". After this is done press >.

    14. Under Proxy Server, choose "Do Not Use" and press >.

    15. Under Internet Browser, select "Start" so that the browser will be started after connection to the access point. Press >.

    16. This screen will show your Settings List, press the > button after looking over the list.

    17. You are now done setting up your connection, press the X button to save your settings.
    Test Your Wireless Connection

    18. Once your save has been completed, select "Test Connection" and press X.

    19. Your PSP will now test your connection by connecting to the access point, obtaining an IP address and starting your internet browser.

    20. If all settings are correct, you should see a screen confirming the connection.

    Dont no how to connect the internet to a psp go

    • 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 PSP online
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    I dont know how to dowload java on pSP

    This is how you enable JavaScript on the PSP, for use while in the internet browser:

    1. Step 1 Choose "Tools" on the PSP home screen by pressing the "X" button.
    2. Step 2 Choose "Settings."
    3. Step 3 Select "JavaScript" from the "Settings" list.
    4. Step 4 Choose "Enable JavaScript" and then select "Yes." Press the "O" button to close the "Settings" screen and finish the procedure.
    There are a couple of ports for running JAVA on the psp, in various stages of development. BlueKVM is one of them, and you can see it here and here. Of course, this is called homebrew programming, and will only run on psp's running custom firmware. Sony does not officially have support for java on the psp.


    Start button broke

    you'll have to buy a buttons replacement set, and install it by opening ur PSP yourself. you cna buy it here :

    If your PSP is still covered under sony warranty, give it to them, they'll fix it for FREE!


    You can go online with the PSP system and browse the Internet. To start browsing the Internet
    1. Check your PSP system set up:
      • Infrastructure Mode
        Make sure your PSP system is set up for Infrastructure mode.
        See Setting up Infrastructure mode for details.

      • Internet Connection
        Make sure you have an internet connection and your PSP is within range of the wireless access point (or hotspot).
        PSP®online connectivity requires internet service and network devices, suchas a DSL or cable modem and a wireless router - for example, a Wi-Fihotspot at a café or a wireless local area network (WLAN) in your home.

      • System Software
        Make sure you've got the latest System Software.
        Requires PSP system software version of 2.0 or higher. Visit PSP System Software Update to download and install the most recent version.

      • WLAN switch
        Make sure the WLAN switch on the left side of the PSP system is turned on so that the PSP system can connect to the internet.

    2. In the XMB™ home menu select icn_network.gif (Network) > icn_www.gif (Internet Browser) and press the icn_btnx_color.gif button.

    3. Use the up and down buttons to select the address bar and then press the icn_btnx_color.gif button to display the on-screen keyboard.

    4. Enter the address for the web page you want to display, select Enter and then press the icn_btnx_color.gif button.
      For more information, see Using the On-screen Keyboard.

    5. Select a connection and press the icn_btnx_color.gif button.

    6. The web page is displayed.

    7. To hide the on-screen menu, press the icn_btntriangle_color.gif button.

    To close the Internet connection:
    1. With a web page on the screen, press the icn_btncircle_color.gif button.

    2. Select Yes and press the icn_btnx_color.gif button.

    3. The internet browser will close.

    If you have issues connecting to the Internet, you may wish to troubleshoot your Infrastructure mode connection.

    Hi mate

    Through Wi-Fi, go to a Wi-Fi zone and I hope it is free. Turn on your PSP, go to Internet Browser, Scan, select an Access Point, press Right Button a few times and hope it is not password protected. Save the settings. Select it when you open your internet browser again.


    internet browser - scan dont change anything then select that connection and browse the internet if the signal is wep the code is ounder the router

    PSP web browser

    yes it can go to setting go down to system setting press x system language u can change it to what ever
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