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PSP memory

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by Lyriquid, May 3, 2005.

  1. Lyriquid

    Lyriquid Member

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    Can you use a flash card and a flash card to USB adapter in the USB slot in a PSP to watch movies.
     
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    no I think it is just memory stick pro duo, thats the only one I know that fits. They work great movies, music, picture.
     
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    I mean can you store movies on the flash card then use an adapter which turnds into a USB connector, which u can then stick in the PSP's USB slot and watch movies.


    Or is there an adapter that can change flash cards into memory stick duo/duo pro.
     
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    don't think so the memory stick duo will hold movie and music files on it. It goes inside the psp and will play right on the psp. To get the files on it you use a usb 2.0 cord and windows will detect it.
     
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    what will windows do.
     
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    find it then allow you to move files into it.
     
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    nope the object which stores the files must be powered.
     

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