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Playing Songs Using A Sony Psp Device

By Ryan Long

Are you aware that a portable video game console also called a PSP center, can do so much more than just allow for playing games? It is possible to check e-mail; listen to music, view pictures, watch videos and movies which can all be downloaded to the console via a computer. A PSP center offers quite a bit of great features for very reasonable prices. It is very simple to download music for your easy listening to your PSP center, and many times can be achieved free of charge.

In order to hear music on your PSP center you must first download music to the device. Whether you decide to upload from a disc, download from the web or your computer there are easy ways to add music to your gaming console. First the USB cord must be connected from the computer to the game console. Different operating systems can vary greatly but many will recognize the device and prompt a new drive be created.

To locate the USB connection from the computer, first navigate through the PSP console using the up and down arrows and choose the USB connection. Once the computer recognizes the new connection it will establish a new port that will probably be named a letter such as E or F, and will probably not be C or D. Now that the connection has been created, the process for downloading music to the game console is ready.

MP3 files are the only types of files allowed through the PSP console. Music can be uploaded from a disk, downloaded by way of the web or from music files already loaded onto a computer. There is a image converter software available for converting music files that aren’t currently in the MP3 format. Music downloads can easily be bought online. There are many choices of sites to download music. Some may charge a monthly fee for unlimited downloads, but the cost is very reasonable.

Identify the drive which was created for the PSP device. Open the drive and right click and choose create a new folder. Label the folder songs or whatever you desire. This is when the music can be saved.

When you might be wanting to save music which is already saved on the computer to the PSP device. Navigate to the music folder on your pc where the files are saved and copy the files. Then navigate to the PSP drive and paste the files into the folder you created on the new drive. Don’t forget only MP3 files can be saved to the game console.

I love to save music to the computer first and then transfer them to the game console. This way I have my music in both places and I have a back up on the computer in case an error occurs when transferring the files to the game console. For downloading music from the internet, choose your music choices and save the music to a dedicated folder on the computer. Then copy those files from the computer to the newly created drive for the game console. In order to transfer music from a CD to the game console a CD ripper is needed.

As soon as finished downloading music to the PSP device, before closing the pc or PSP device off, push the o button on the game console. Then disconnect the USB cord from the PSP device and the PC as well as the gaming console is going to be able to play music.

The earth is evolving and not only can we play games on our PSP devices but you can also listen to our songs. The downloading process really is easy and can allow for long entertainment.

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