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1.5 and games

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by PROWNER, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. PROWNER

    PROWNER Member

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    Hey i have been searching the internet for guides of putting psp and psx games on a 1.5 psp memory stick before i buy a psp since they dont sell ANY original games where i live at ALL.I found something but im not sure if it will work it doesnt require devhook or a UMD inside so pls reply and tell me if this will work .....

    this might help some othere ppl who dont whant custom firmware on there PSP or devhook
    so here it is .....

    It is not necessary to give special introduction about PSP. It is the by far the most versatile handy piece of highly revolutionized equipment that goes far beyond a portable video game. If you have used your PSP for some time then you must have probably known about the various games and softwares that are readily available for you to use with your PSP.

    Most of these games are come on a small UMD discs that can be taken around easily. But if you were suppose to invest in every new game that releases, your hard earned money would mount up soon! Pretty nervous isn't it.

    The amazing thing is that the PSP also has memory sticks that you can use to store games on it. So what is the easy way to download games onto your psp from your computer?

    I have created the following guide for psp users those who are having less technical skills to install new games on to the psp.

    Here is the systematic Step-By-Step guide

    Step #1

    The first thing you will need is PSP memory stick with sufficient memory to store high quality games with superior graphics and sound. If you can find around 1-8 GB memory stick then you can download multiple games on to your PSP. Don't forget to format the PSP Memory stick in case if you have brand new one.

    Side Note: You must make sure your PSP firmware is 1.5 or lesser version before you download games on to your psp

    Step #2

    Once you have above two things in order, it is time to download PSP games from the internet to your computer. It is obvious reason that many PSP users are looking to save some money are looking internet to find free sources where they can download games on to psp.

    But the most of the PSP game sites that are claimed to be good is not always best sites; many of them are just simply garbage. You will find a lot of them. They do not just offer PSP games, but other PSP things like themes, wallpapers, movie trailers and some times viruses and malwares too.

    So if you want to save your money, time and your computer consider joining with a reliable PSP Membership site with a small fee. Favorably less than 40 $

    Step #3

    After you download the PSP games to your PC, all you have to do is transfer those files to your PSP with a USB cable. Once you connect your PSP to your computer you can simply copy and paste the games files to your PSP. Isn't that simple?

    You have to make sure that you copy the PSP games file on to the correct directory in your PSP in order to make the downloadable game work perfectly. Other wise the game will not will not work.

    Step #4

    After you transferred the games to your PSP you need to disconnect it from your PC. Then navigate the "GAME" option in the PSP and select the memory stick option. Then press X button in the PSP in order to list down your newly transferred PSP games appears on your screen.

    Congratulations, you have just finished download games on to your PSP, now all you have to do is enjoy...

    By the way did you know that PSX Games or Playstation 1 Games also possible to download and played form your normal PSP without any quality loss whatsoever? These PSX games also can be played directly from your PSP memory stick.

    There are lots of PSX Games information's available. But all can't be given in this article, there fore I recommend you to visit my Squidoo lens below where you will be able find all necessary information's you required.

    Wait a moment. Perhaps you may need more tips and tools on how to downgrade your PSP firmware version to lesser than 1.5. Or may be wanted to find out best PSP Game membership site. Or you may be wanted to download best PSX games on to your PSP. there are lot more interesting stuff available here http://www.squidoo.com/downloadgamesontopsp Discover the incredible PSP game cheats, PSX Game downloads, Downloadable movies, music, and amazing software utilities that you can do wonders with it, check out today at Download Games onto PSP

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  2. acidy

    acidy Regular member

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    Very old news !!! >_<
    btw, the squidoo site recommends http://www.pspblender.com !!! o_O
    It's a TOTAL FAKE !!!
    See THIS thread

    btw, why would anyone remain on 1.50 firmware when a custom firmware will allow you to do anything that a 1.50 firmware can do :)
    Custom firmwares allow you to even play 1.50 kernel games :)

    Also, you cannot downgrade your PSP slim to 1.50 :)
    (You can put 1.50 firmware with some 3.40 modules using timemachine though)

    And to play PSX games on PSP you can simply use "Simple popstation GUI" to make the PSX game to a PSP "EBOOT.PBP" and play it on your PSP :)
     
  3. PROWNER

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    I just want to know if i follow the instructions will i be able to put a game on a psp 1.5 memory stick i know how easy it is to put custom firmware on but im just asking.
     
  4. acidy

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    aahh :)
    You should've told that first only then :)
    Well, do not trust that article >_>
    Juz install a custom firmware :)
     

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