How to Put MP3s on Your PSP

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Before attempting to put MP3s on a PSP, make sure that the PSP has firmware version 2.0, or a more recent version. Use a mini-USB connection to put MP3s on a PSP with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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Video Transcript

Let's discuss how to put MP3 music files onto your PSP. Now, first of all, before you do anything, you need to be sure that you have firmware at least version 2.00. That's a fairly old version of firmware, so if you've been keeping your firmware up to date, you should already have it on your system. Now, of course, you want to have a memory stick to have space for all those memory files, otherwise you won't be able to put any music on your system at all. Now, you're going to need a mini-USB connector, that's what this is right here. You're going to connect your PC or Mac to your PSP using that connector. You should see your memory card show up in your file explorer on your computer. Look for a folder called PSP. Inside that folder, you can create a music folder, just named "music". What you'll do is you'll drop from your PC the files, the music files, that you want right into that music folder. And they should show up right in the music memory stick on the control panel on your PSP. So, if you look here, you'll be able to see the music files that you've got loaded now onto your PSP, and go ahead and play them like any other track. It's as simple as that.


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