Well i tried to load music on my psp and the music won't show even when i eject it. The songs are mp3 and i load them on with my imac computer. It's worked fine before and it's still showing used memory. I do have a memory card too. please help i can't stand being without my music!! ;-(
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In order to play music in the PSP, the songs have to be in mp3 format other formats do not work with the PSP.If you do not have songs in mp3 format,you can download mp3 songs from www.beemp3.com. Once you have downloaded the songs save them in your computer and plug in your PSP.Then drag or copy and paste the songs to the PSP memory stick in the music file.
For pictures,choose the pictures that you want to transfer to your PSP and drag them to the memory stick in the picture file
You have to use a program to convert the files to something the PSP can read, simply changing the file extension will only confuse the device trying to read it. Try using a free program to convert your music files to a psp format such as mp3. IMTOOPSP free download should be able to assist you with that.
It could be the wrong format. I used to play music off my psp. I'm guessing if you use iTunes, and imported a CD, its going to make your songs AAC format, which is also known as MP4. I have posted a link to where you can set the different compression methods. If you are using WMA format, you are using an even less compatible format, and if you import it into iTunes, it will convert it as well. To convert already imported music into iTunes, once you set the preferences to MP3, right click on the song, and click "create MP3 version." after that you may reveal the song in the finder/explorer by right clicking the song, and clicking "show in finder" or "show in explorer"
what it doesn't tell you in the instuctions is that you should make a new folder called music in the psp folders window when it pops up showing whats saved on your psp.
Make sure you have a decent size duo memory card fitted as this is where the songs will be saved; not on the psp itself.
But in your psp settings make sure you have selected USB connection or it wont connect and show anything on your pc.