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Method of adding songs to your Play Station Portable(PSP)

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Entertainment | Post Date: 2009-11-09
 



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The Sony Play Station Portable is one of the most versatile equipments that are present for entertainment. The Play Station Portable which is also known as the PSP is a unique combination of various technologies that have made the company present to its customers a entertainment instrument that can be used to play games on the console. This is one of the primary roles of the Play Station Portable. The other things for which the Play Station Portable can be used are to store and play songs and music. It can also be used to get videos downloaded onto the Play Station Portable and then it can be viewed.

The Sony Play Station Portable is an ultimate entertainment kit, but many people do not really know on the method of getting the music and song files to be downloaded onto the Play Station Portable. This is because they predominantly use the Play Station Portable as a game console.

The first step that is involved in making the songs to be transferred to the Play Station Portable is to align the songs in a folder. It has to be remembered by the user of the Play Station Portable that many of the Psp's that were produced in the initial days were not made for any other file format of music than the mp3 format. This can be a drawback, but this can be overcome even on these models because there is software to convert the song files from mp3 format to the needed format and vice versa.

The Play Station Portable is then connected onto the computer using the Universal Serial Bus port. Once this is done, the computer will recognize the connection and will show the Play Station Portable in the removable drive. You have to open the Play Station Portable and get a new folder created where you would like to have the songs that are stored on the computer. Once you have created the folder for the music files on the Play Station Portable. The next step is to transfer the songs.

The songs can be easily transferred to the Play Station Portable by just opening the folders where the song is present and also the folder on the Play Station Portable where you need the song transferred. You can just drag the song icon one by one and drop them in the folder on your Play Station Portable to get them transferred. The other method of doing this is to get the whole folder with the songs copied and transferred to the Play Station.

The final step is to disconnect the Play Station Portable from the computer. This is easily done by getting the safety removal on the computer being clicked and the Play Station Portable is disconnected from the computer. This is the method of transferring the songs from your computer onto your Psp. Once the songs are transferred, you can play them whenever you are traveling. You can also edit the play list when you want to sort the songs.

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About Author / Additional Info: I am a physiotherapist and also a freelance writer. I have been writing for many blogs and websites and also take up freelance assignments. Comments are welcome at prakashdavid@rediffmail.com

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