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PSPRadio connection issues, i need help plz

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by MASSACR3, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. MASSACR3

    MASSACR3 Member

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    I have psp radio, i know its installed correctly, it plays my mp3, but i i try to listen to the radio it tells me @error: cannot resolve host@ (to all stations) I know that error is caused by me not being connected the internet, so when i hit START and try and connect it says "Error: Error starting network"

    im definently close enough to my router (98-100% strength)
    i have no security
    AFKIM works fine

    can someone help me out
    thanks
     
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    larrylje Active member

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    Do you have your IP set on the PSP as static or DHCP?

    I had mine set to static and PSPRadio couldn't start the network. I then changed it to DHCP(Automatic) and the network would start.
     
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    how do you change your IP, i think that could be the problem
     
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    Go to Network settings.

    choose Infrastructure Mode

    Go to new connection

    Choose Scan

    Select the SSID that is yours. (It could be possible you will pick up other access points so make sure your choosing yours)

    Now press left on D-Pad and choose the correct security mode you are using.

    Press left again and enter your security passkey.

    Press left again and choose EASY for Address settings.

    On the next screen you can rename the connection name or keep it as the default setting that your router assigns to it.

    Press Left again and you will come to the settings list (Do nothing here)

    Press Left again and press X to save your settings.

    Then choose test connection.

    If the TEST is successful go to PSPRadio and see if it will start the network.

    You might need to delete your older connection. Just go to that connection in network settings press triangle then delete.
     
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    that didnt help unfortunatly, got any other ideas?
     
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