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Minggu, 27 November 2011

How To Put Music On PSP - Step By Step Guide

One of the features available in the PSP are capable of playing music files namely MP3 format. Certain PSP will also be able to play other music files, such as Window very own WMA and WMV formats, but we'll get into that later. However, these are limited to a newer version of the PSP. This is a rundown on how to put music on PSP.

steps are no different from any transfer files from PC to your PSP memory stick. How to put music on PSP and will require a USB cable.

This is how you put music on PSP:

1 Connect your PSP to your computer via USB cable.

2 Use your PSP interface and hit the HOME button, and then go to "Settings". You'll need to use
direction button to find "USB Connection"

3 Once the connection is established, you will need to check your computer to use discs. You can do so
go to "My Computer". Your computer should detect your PSP as an additional drive. It is not much
different from using a portable drive or thumb drive actually.

4 Click on the assigned PSP drive.

5 Create a new folder call "music" on your PSP drive

6 Choose your own MP3 music from your computer and drag it into your "Music" folder on your PSP. Keep in mind that all
this is done on a computer interface.

7 When all the desired MP3 are transferred, leave the USB connection mode by pressing the "O" on

8 Find the music area and select your PSP memory stick. Search for "music" folder and
you're good to go.

If you have other kinds of music formats to your computer, or WMV or WMA, you will need the converter to convert these files into MP3 format. Do not fret, though, such as the Sony PSP will also supply the user with its very own Image Converter. You can easily convert WMA and WMV formats into MP3 format and just repeat the whole process of how to put music on PSP.

On the other hand, if you want to play WMV and WMA files without converting files to MP3, you can always upgrade your PSP firmware to the latest firmware. However, I would not recommend this (upgrading PSP firmware) because it will be difficult to limit your PSP experience. Some of the impact the PSP firmware upgrade is that some games will not have to work on your PSP with the latest firmware. There are forums dedicated to PSP downgrading as a lot of people want to go back to your old firmware.

"How to put music on my PSP?" asked countless times and using PSP interface is as easy as transferring files to USB thumb drives. I hope this article helps.

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