IMPORTANT: Before connecting your PSP® and PSP®go to the wireless network, you must do the following: Make sure your device’s Wi-Fi switch is turned on. This is located next to the L button and activates the wireless function of the PSP®. On PSP®go, the wireless switch is on the left side.
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You must toggle the Wi-Fi switch on your PSP to enable Wi-Fi connections. On the PSP-1000 and PSPgo, the switch is on the left side next to the analog button. Slide the switch up. On the PSP-2000 and 3000, the WiFi switch is on top of the PSP, to the left of the UMD drive.
Sure, we could say that the PSP’s UMD format was limited and never caught on, that the disc drive and screen were battery hogs, and that Sony’s marketing failed to support the high-profile games of the handhelds – but what really killed the PSP in the end was entering the ring at a time when the metaphorical John Cena of…
PSP has been widely regarded as a portable media player in addition to its gaming capabilities. Unfortunately PSP is an outdated device. It couldn’t compete with Nintendo Switch in performance. With this, Sony has decided to officially end the online market and support for the device.
The store functionality on the PSP is officially ending today but it has now been revealed that the games will still be available. Starting today, PSP owners can no longer access the PlayStation Store and make purchases, nor can they access in-game stores to purchase DLC.
You can register or pair Bluetooth® compatible devices with your PSP™ system. You can also manage the Bluetooth® devices connected to your system.
IMPORTANT: Before connecting your PSP® and PSP®go to the wireless network, you must do the following: Make sure your device’s Wi-Fi switch is turned on. This is located next to the L button and activates the wireless function of the PSP®. On PSP®go, the wireless switch is on the left.
Can I hack any version of a PSP? Yes, every version is hackable. What happens if I remove the Memory Stick with custom firmware? PSP software resides within the PSP itself.
at the moment it is impossible to connect a PSP to an iPhone 4’s personal wifi hotspot. maybe future firmware updates will make this possible.
Connect your PSP to your computer via USB or insert your Memory Stick Duo into your card reader or USB adapter. Open the PSP folder on your PSP or Memory Stick Duo. Open the “GAME” folder in the PSP folder. Unzip the contents of the PSP 6.61 Pro custom firmware folder and copy the contents to the game folder.