How to Put the Internet on a PSP Without a Router

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In order to access the Internet on a PSP without a router, all that needs to be done is for the person using it to search for a wireless connection. Make sure that the WLAN switch is on when attempting to access the Internet on a PSP with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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Video Transcript

Hi, we're going to talk to you today about how to use your PSP to connect to a wireless Internet connection without a router in your house. Now, of course, the PSP can do many amazing things, and it's a superlative game machine, but one of the greatest functions is its ability to browse on the Internet, and like a lot of current laptop computers it's got a wireless Internet connection. You don't need to have a router in in your house to to access this. For instance, you could go into a coffee shop and look for an Internet connection and get online there. You can do the same thing at your home; scan your local apartments or houses. A lot of them will have open networks that you can just surf over. The first thing that you want to do before you do anything else is always make sure that your WLAN, your wireless lan switch is on. This is a common mistake and you'll get an error when you try to do any network activity if it's not on. Next, you'll go to network settings. This is where all your Internet related activities happen. And you hit the X button, and to get onto the Internet you're going to select infrastructure mode. There's infrastructure and there's ad hoc mode. Ad hoc mode let's you coll connect wirelessly to another PSP, but we want to go globally so we'll hit infrastructure mode, we'll hit scan. Now, this gave me an error cause' I don't have a wireless connection in range, but it would give you a list of all the wireless connections that you can set up for. You can go ahead and select it, hit X, and if that network is open you're going to be riding on their connection and surfing on the Internet with a built in browser.


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