Sony's PlayStation Portable is a hand-held video game console, but the PSP can also function as both a portable media player for music, video and image files and a card reader for Memory Stick PRO Duo memory cards. While your PSP is connected to your PC with a USB data cable, you can view the contents of the Memory Stick inserted into your PSP and transfer music from your PC to listen to on the go.
Connect your PSP to your computer using the USB data cable.
Scroll to "Settings" on the PSP's menu bar and select "USB Connection."
Open the removable disk that corresponds to your PSP in Windows Explorer.
Right-click, highlight "New" and click "Folder." Name the new folder "MUSIC."
Open the folder that contains your music files on your computer, and drag those files to the "MUSIC" folder on your PSP.
- If your PSP already has a "MUSIC" folder, you will not need to create a new folder.
- The PSP system supports files in the following audio formats: MP3, MP4, WAVE, WMA and ATRAC.
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