The PSP (PlayStation Portable) system is the first truly integrated portable entertainment system designed to handle multiple applications - music, video, photo, Internet, and wireless connectivity, with games as its key feature. The PSP system features an unmatched library of entertainment content, combining more than 135 games and more than 430 feature films, TV programs, and videos on UMD from major studios and record labels, as well as downloadable content from the Internet. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony PS-P photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|hhhero 2005||10:27am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010|
|Ironicly while i was playing this game, it was raining, and didnt stop until the game was finished. This game was pretty damned awesome. It is innovative, no doubt. It is compelling. It is shocking. It is also...very good. Not great.|
|rhariton||5:21am on Sunday, September 19th, 2010|
|Cons: After playing the demo, I kinda knew this game would be unique. So I picked it up, played it for a few hours and decided to write a review.|
|publock||12:11am on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|not my cup of tea at all, with all the hype im very disappointed in this game, i thought it was a game like Fahrenheit for which i absolutely loved. After the first hour of playing this game, you are totally hooked. The controls are simple and the story is really intense!|
|decibeldriver||6:14pm on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Heavy Rain can be described as a flawed maste... Excellent graphics A few minor technical glitches (screen tearing, freezing, collision detection) This game is a first in many ways. It feels ... Music, graphics, story line, emotionally compelling. I found the game very slow and the controls t... Graphics are good (not Uncharted 2 Good) SLOW|
|rushe||4:57pm on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|Heavy Rain is certain to go down as one of the most talked about titles of this generation. If it is an "important" game. If you are a “casual gamer”, one of those people who owns a video game console and enjoys playing video games every now and then.|
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For best results, follow these guidelines:
Do not touch the connector area (A) with your hands or with metal objects. Do not press hard when writing on the memo area (B). Do not insert a Memory Stick Duo into a device designed to accept only standard-size Memory Stick media. Do not use or store a Memory Stick Duo in the following: Places subject to high temperatures, such as in a hot vehicle Locations exposed to direct sunlight Locations that are very humid or conducive to corrosion Use the supplied case to carry or store the Memory Stick Duo.
x Recorded data
Do not use the Memory Stick Duo in the following ways, as doing so may result in data loss or corruption: Removing the Memory Stick Duo or turning off the system while it is loading or saving data or being formatted. Using it in a location that is exposed to static electricity or electrical interference. If, for any reason, software or data loss or corruption occurs, it is usually not possible to recover the software or data. It is recommended that you regularly back up software and data. Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates will not be held liable for any damages or injury in the case of software or data loss or corruption.
In accordance with copyright law, no recorded data may be used for purposes other than personal enjoyment without permission from the copyright holder.
Pouch and wrist strap
If you want to pause or temporarily store the system while playing games or video, put the system in sleep mode before placing it in the pouch. This may help to avoid overheating. Put both the PSP system and the remote control in hold mode to help prevent unintended operation. Keep the pouch and wrist strap out of the reach of small children.
Never disassemble the system or supplied accessories
Use the PSP system and accessories according to the instructions in this manual. No authorization for the analysis or modification of the system, or the analysis and use of its circuit configurations, is provided. Disassembling will void the system warranty. Additionally, there is a risk of fire, electrical shock or malfunction. The LCD screen, in particular, contains dangerous, highvoltage parts, and the laser beam for reading UMD may cause visual impairment if exposed directly to the eyes.
Depending on the country, there are limitations on the use of certain types of radio waves. In some cases, use of the system may lead to a fine or other penalty.
If the PSP system or UMD is brought directly from a cold location to a warm one, moisture may condense on the lens inside the system or on the UMD. Should this occur, the system may not operate properly. In this case, remove the UMD and turn off and unplug the system. Do not put the UMD back in until the moisture evaporates (this may take several hours). If the system still does not operate properly, contact our technical support line at 1-800-345-7669 for assistance.
Do not touch the opening on the rear of the disc (recorded surface of the disc) with your fingers. Do not allow dust, sand, foreign objects or other types of dirt to get on the disc.
If the UMD becomes dirty, gently wipe the exterior and recorded surfaces of the UMD using a soft cloth. Do not use solvents or other chemicals.
For safety reasons, unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet and remove the battery pack from the system before cleaning.
x Cleaning the exterior surface
Wipe gently with a damp cloth, and then dry the surface. Do not use solvents or other chemicals to clean the exterior of the PSP system.
x Cleaning the LCD screen
Wipe gently with a soft cloth.
x Cleaning the connectors
Do not use when the connectors of the system, AC adaptor or the AC power cord are not clean. Remove the dirt with a dry cloth or cotton swab. If used when dirty, the flow of electrical current may be obstructed. If the headphones or remote control connectors become dirty, this could cause noise or interruptions in sound. Wipe the connectors with a dry, soft cloth to keep in clean condition.
Battery pack precautions
Do not handle a damaged or leaking battery pack. Contact with the material can result in injury or burns to the eyes or skin. Even if foreign substances are not immediately visible, chemical changes in the material can result in injuries occurring at a later time. If you come into contact with material from a leaking battery pack, take the following actions: If the material gets into the eyes, do not rub. Immediately flush the eyes with clean water and seek medical attention. If the material comes into contact with the skin or clothes, immediately rinse the affected area with clean water. Consult your physician if inflammation or soreness develops. Handle the battery pack with care. The battery pack may explode or present a fire or chemical burn hazard if it is not handled carefully. Do not allow the battery pack to come into contact with fire or subject it to extreme temperatures such as in direct sunlight, in a vehicle exposed to the sun or near a heat source. Do not cause the battery pack to short-circuit. Do not disassemble or tamper with the battery pack. Prevent damage to the battery pack. Do not carry or store the battery pack with metal items such as coins or keys. If damaged, discontinue use. Do not throw or drop the battery pack or subject it to strong physical shock. Do not put heavy objects on or apply pressure to the battery pack. Do not allow the battery pack to come into contact with liquids. If it becomes wet, discontinue use until it is completely dry. Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children. If the PSP system will not be used for an extended period of time, remove the battery pack and store it in a cool, dry place out of the reach of children. Use only the supplied battery pack or a replacement marked for use with the PSP system. Use only the designated AC adaptor to charge the battery pack.
A Headset connector B Charging terminals
C DC IN 5V connector
System left side
A Memory Stick Duo slot* B WLAN switch
Turns on the wireless networking feature
System right side
R:Power switch r:Hold switch
A Power/hold switch
Turns the system on and off, puts in sleep mode ( pages 29, 31) and locks the system buttons ( page 34)
* The PSP system messages use "Memory Stick" as a general reference to Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo. Note that standard-size Memory Stick media cannot be used with the PSP system.
Headphones with remote control Remote control front Remote control side
A. button B > button C Volume + button
A Hold switch
Locks the operation of the remote control. Note that this button does not lock the buttons of the PSP system.
D Volume - button
E u button
Preparing the PSP system for use
Before using the PSP system for the first time after purchase, you must follow these steps to charge the battery. Before inserting the battery pack, find the serial and model numbers listed within the battery compartment and make a record of the numbers in the spaces provided under Owner's Record on page 4.
Getting started 1: Inserting the battery pack
Remove the battery cover.
Hold down the push button and slide the battery cover open.
Insert the battery pack.
Align the bottom surface of the battery pack with the system to attach.
Replace the battery cover.
2 Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow until it locks firmly into place.
1 Align the tabs. Preparing the PSP system for use
Getting started 2: Charging
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. Do not plug the AC power cord for the PSP system into an electrical outlet until you have made all other connections.
Plug the AC power cord into the AC adaptor.
AC adaptor AC power cord
Connect the AC adaptor to the DC IN 5V connector on the system bottom.
Plug the AC power cord into an electrical outlet.
AC power cord
To electrical outlet
The power indicator lights up in orange, indicating that charging has begun. The power indicator will turn off when the battery is fully charged.
Unplug the AC power cord from the electrical outlet and disconnect the AC adaptor from the system.
For information on how to charge the battery, see "Battery" ( page 38).
Getting started 3: Initial setup
Turn on the PSP system (
The power indicator lights up in green, and the initial setup screen is displayed.
Follow the on-screen instructions to make settings for system language, time zone, date and time and nickname.
When you have completed initial setup, the home menu ( displayed. page 7) is
See "How to use the keyboard" ( page 107) for information on how to enter characters. Settings made during initial setup can be changed in (Settings). See "System Settings" ( page 86) and "Date & Time Settings" ( page 89) for details.
Connecting the headphones with remote control 1
Connect the headphones to the PSP system.
Remote control 1 Plug the headphones into the remote control. 2 Plug the headphones into the headset connector on the system bottom.
The remote control is exclusively for use with the PSP system and cannot be used with other devices. Also, remote controls supplied with other devices cannot be used to operate the PSP system.
Connecting the headphones with remote control
Turning the PSP system on and off
Turning the system on
Slide the power/hold switch up.
SE LE CT
ST AR T
The power indicator lights up in green, and the home menu is displayed. Hints
If the PSP system is turned on with a UMD inserted, the UMD will begin playback automatically. The system can be used with the AC adaptor connected. In this case, charging will begin automatically. The power indicator lights up in orange while charging.
The color and condition (solid or flashing) of the light indicates system status.
Solid green Solid orange Flashing green Light off Power on Charging Charge level is low Power off/in sleep mode
Turning the system off
Hold the power/hold switch in the up position for more than two seconds.
The power indicator flashes and then turns off, indicating that the system is turned off.
Putting into sleep mode
If the PSP system is switched to sleep mode, the game that is playing will be paused. When sleep mode is cleared, the screen that was displayed before entering sleep mode will begin playback again. Notices
Do not put the system into sleep mode while the Memory Stick Duo access indicator is on. This may cause data loss or corruption. If the battery runs out while in sleep mode, when you clear sleep mode, the system will not return to the screen that was displayed before entering sleep mode. It is recommended that you save game data before you put the system into sleep mode.
With the system turned on, slide the power/hold switch up.
The power indicator flashes and then turns off, and the system enters sleep mode. Hints
Some software cannot be put into sleep mode. If sleep mode is cleared during video or audio playback, the screen will return to the home menu.
Clearing sleep mode
Slide the power/hold switch up again.
Inserting a UMD
Do not eject a UMD during playback.
Slide the open latch on the PSP system top.
The disc cover opens.
Insert a UMD.
With the disc label facing the system rear, slide the UMD in the direction of the arrow until it is fully inserted.
Do not touch the recorded surface. Open latch
Close the disc cover.
Ejecting the UMD
Slide the open latch on the system top to open the disc cover. Hint
When ejecting, hold the PSP system in an upright position (as shown in the diagram above).
Inserting a Memory Stick Duo
Keep Memory Stick Duo media out of the reach of small children, as the media could be swallowed by accident.
Open the slot cover and insert the Memory Stick Duo.
Open the slot cover in the direction of the arrow.
Press until fully inserted.
Ejecting the Memory Stick Duo
Open the slot cover and press the Memory Stick Duo in the direction of the arrow to eject.
When the Memory Stick Duo access indicator is lit, the PSP system is saving or loading data. Do not eject the Memory Stick Duo, turn off the system or put the PSP system into sleep mode while the indicator is lit. If you do, it may cause data loss or corruption.
Memory Stick Duo access indicator
Avoiding unintended operation of the PSP system 1
Slide the power/hold switch down.
The switch locks into place.
The hold indicator turns yellow, indicating that the system buttons are locked.
Clearing hold mode
Slide the power/hold switch to its original position.
Avoiding unintended operation of the PSP system
System button operation
Play Pause Press the button. button or start
Remote control operation
Press the u button. Press the u button. Press the. button.*1 Press the > button.*1 Press and hold the. button. Press and hold the > button.
Press the start button. button.*1 button.
Displaying the UMD menu Press the Stop Play the previous chapter Play the next chapter Fast Reverse Fast Forward Slow Press the
Press the L button.
Press the R button.*1 Press the left button.*2 Press the right button.*2 Press the right button during pause.*2
*1 This operation cannot be performed during playback of video saved on a Memory Stick Duo. *2 If you press and hold the button, the video will play in Fast Reverse/Fast Forward/Slow as long as the button is held down.
Some buttons cannot be operated while the control panel is displayed on the screen. In this case, press the button to clear the control panel.
Video options menu
You can use the Video options menu to play a UMDVideo or view information or delete videos saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
Clearing the options menu
Play Plays a UMDVideo or a video saved on a Memory Stick Duo
Play from Beginning Plays a UMDVideo from the beginning Delete Information Deletes a video saved on a Memory Stick Duo Displays information about the selected icon
Saving videos on a Memory Stick Duo
The following methods can be used to save a video on a Memory Stick Duo.
Images or video recorded with a device that is compatible with MPEG-4
device, you can play motion video by When using an MPEG-4 directly inserting the compatible device's Memory Stick Duo into the PSP system.
* The only MPEG-4 files that can be played with the PSP system are MP4 format files that conform with the Memory Stick video format. Visit http://www.memorystick.com/psp for more information about compatible devices.
A Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately) is required if your MPEG-4-compatible device can handle only a standard-size Memory Stick.
Transferring a video file from a PC to a Memory Stick Duo
Play Pause Stop Skip to the beginning of the current track or the previous track Skip to the beginning of the next track Fast Reverse Fast Forward Press the button. button or start
Press the u button. Press the u button. Press the. button. Or, press the. button as many times as the number of tracks you want to go back. Press the > button. Press and hold the. button. Press and hold the > button.
Press the start button. Press the button.
Press the R button. Press the left button.* Press the right button.*
Music options menu
You can use the Music options menu to view information about or delete music data saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
Play Select Codec Delete Information Plays UMDAudio or music data saved on a Memory Stick Duo Sets a file format or bit rate for music playback ( Deletes music data saved on a Memory Stick Duo Displays information about the selected icon page 66)
Playing with a selected codec
With a UMDAudio that has multiple file formats and bit rates recorded, you can select from among these options for playback.
Select a group you want to listen to, and then press the button. Select "Select Codec", and then press the button.
The types of file formats and bit rates are displayed. The items displayed in gray cannot be selected because they are of types that cannot be played on the system.
Select the type of file format and bit rate that you want to listen to, and then press the button. Press the button.
The icons for groups are displayed.
After selecting a group, select the track you want to listen to, and then press the button.
Items such as "ATRAC3plus" represent the type of file format, while items such as "256 kbps" represent the bit rate. As a general rule, the higher the bit rate, the better the sound quality. See "Formats that can be played" ( page 112) for details about file formats.
Transferring and saving music on a Memory Stick Duo
You can use the PSP system to play music data obtained in the following ways: 1) Music imported from an audio CD. 2) Music purchased from a music download Web site. See below for instructions regarding item 1). See http://www.memorystick.com/psp for instructions regarding item 2).
Importing tracks from an audio CD in ATRAC3plus format
A PC and software* that supports ATRAC3plus are required to import tracks from an audio CD. ATRAC3plus data cannot be played or recorded using a Memory Stick PRO Duo. Use any Memory Stick Duo that supports MagicGate other than Memory Stick PRO Duo ( page 110).
You can transfer the imported tracks to a Memory Stick Duo using either of the following methods:
Import using compatible software 1
Audio CD PC 2
1 Use a PC with a Memory Stick slot that supports MagicGate.*Use a commercially available Memory Stick USB reader/writer.*1*2
*1 If the slot on the device can handle only standard-size Memory Stick media, a Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately) is required. *2 A device that supports MagicGate such as model number MSAC-US30 (a Sony product sold separately) is required.
For detailed information about importing tracks, see http://www.memorystick.com/psp The PSP system cannot play tracks that have a limitation of playback period or a limited count of playbacks.
Importing tracks from an audio CD in MP3 format
A PC and software that is compatible with the MP3 format are required to import tracks from an audio CD. You can save imported tracks on a Memory Stick Duo using any of the following methods:
2 To a Memory Stick Duo inserted in the PSP system Import using compatible software 1
Audio CD PC
1 Use a PC with a Memory Stick slot.* 2 Use a commercially available USB cable ( page 96). 3 Use a commercially available Memory Stick USB reader/writer.*
* If the slot on the device can handle only standard-size Memory Stick media, a Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately) is required.
The method of importing tracks varies depending on the software. For details, refer to the instructions supplied with the software.
Where to save music data
Create a folder named "PSP" directly on the Memory Stick Duo, and then create a folder named "MUSIC"* in the "PSP" folder. Save MP3 data in the "MUSIC" folder. The PSP system will not recognize data items saved anywhere other than in this folder.
* The folder name does not need to be all capital letters.
Memory Stick Duo PSP MUSIC Data items 2
Stopping a slideshow
Press the Hints
The display speed of the images can be adjusted. See "Photo Settings" ( details. The slideshow can also be started in the following ways: From the options menu ( page 75). From the image control panel ( page 71). page 85) for
button during the slideshow.
List of Operations
Slideshow Options View Mode Display Help Previous Next Play Pause Stop
Switches the information displayed on the screen ( page 78) Changes the size of the image displayed on the screen Displays image information Displays the functions that can be performed using the PSP system buttons Displays the previous image Displays the next image Starts the slideshow Pauses the slideshow Stops the slideshow
Plays the slideshow repeatedly
Displaying slideshow options
During a slideshow, select then press the button.
button, the option switches as follows:
Image name and date of last update are displayed. Image name and date of last update are displayed together, with thumbnails of each image. The display is cleared.
You can operate the PSP system without using the control panel by using the system buttons or remote control.
Playing a slideshow Pausing a slideshow Stopping a slideshow Displaying the previous image Displaying the next image Displaying slideshow options Press the start button. Press the start button. Press the button.
Press the u button. Press the u button. Press the. button. Press the > button. -
Press the L button. Press the R button. Press the button.
Saving images on a Memory Stick Duo
You can save images on a Memory Stick Duo by the methods described below.
Taking photos using a digital still camera
When using a digital still camera that is compatible with the Memory Stick Duo, photos can be displayed by inserting the Memory Stick Duo from the camera directly into the PSP system. Photos on the Memory Stick Duo will be displayed in the system's "Digital Camera Images" folder. Hint
You can use Memory Stick Duo media with a digital still camera that can handle only the standard-size Memory Stick by using a Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2: a Sony product sold separately).
Saving image data items from a PC to a Memory Stick Duo
You can format Memory Stick Duo media using the system. Follow the onscreen instructions to perform this operation. Notice
When you format, all software and data stored on the Memory Stick Duo will be deleted and cannot be recovered. Be careful not to accidentally erase important data.
Restore Default Settings
The settings at the time of purchase can be restored. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform this operation. Notice
When the default settings are restored, the current settings will be lost and cannot be recovered.
You can display information about the PSP system.
MAC Address System Software Nickname Displays the system's MAC address Displays the version of the system software Displays the system nickname
Displays trademark and copyright information related to software used by the PSP system.
You can set the date and time, daylight saving time and time zone for the PSP system. Set each item using the directional buttons and enter the setting by pressing the button.
Date and Time Date Format Time Format Time Zone Daylight Saving Sets the year, month, day, hour, minute and second (and AM/ PM setting if using a 12-hour time format) Sets the order of year, month and day displayed on the screen Sets to use the 12-hour or 24-hour display format Sets the appropriate time zone Selects either "Standard" or "Daylight Saving" (Standard is the default)
When the time zone is changed, the date and time settings are automatically adjusted based on the time difference between the old and new time zones. The PSP system's background color changes from month to month. If you change the month setting under "Date & Time Settings", the background color will change automatically.
You can conserve the power of the PSP system by setting the system to automatically go into sleep mode or switch off the backlight.
When the system remains idle for a certain period of time, it saves power by automatically turning off the backlight on the LCD screen. When the backlight is turned off, the screen goes blank.
Off 2 minutes 5 minutes 10 minutes The backlight does not turn off automatically. Turns the screen darker after one minute and turns off the backlight after another minute Turns the screen darker after one minute and turns off the backlight after four more minutes Turns the screen darker after one minute and turns off the backlight after nine more minutes
Select (Security Settings) under menu, and then press the button.
The password entry screen is displayed.
from the home button.
Select "Change Password", and then press the
Using the directional buttons, enter the current 4-digit password, and then press the button.
When changing the password for the first time after purchase, you must enter "0000".
Using the directional buttons, enter a new 4-digit password, and then press the button. Select "Yes", and then press the
The password is changed.
Make a record of your password for future reference.
Parental Control Level
Some UMD software have a preset parental control level based on the content. You can set the parental control level on the system to restrict the playback of a UMD with a level that is higher than that set on the system.
The parental control level of the system can be either turned off or set to one of 11 different levels.
Off 11-1 Turns off parental control Sets the level of content to be restricted. A setting of "1" is the most restrictive; "11" is the least restrictive.
The combination of the parental control levels of both the PSP system and the UMD determine whether a UMD can be viewed or not. The combination of the two levels is displayed in the table on page 95. Example: If the parental control level of the system is set to "5", a UMD with a level from "1" to "5" can be played on the system.
UMDTM parental control level
Parental control levels on games
Most game packaging shows a symbol to indicate the age group that is appropriate to play the game. The symbols correspond to the UMD parental control level as shown below:
UMD parental control level
As of March 2005. For the latest information about ratings, visit our Web site at http://www.us.playstation.com/psp
The parental control level of a UMD can be checked under "Information" in the UMD options menu. For a UMD that does not include a parental control level, the "Parental Control Level" item under "Information" will display "-". A UMD that has been restricted by the parental control feature is displayed as (Restricted Content). Adults Only or AO ratings are rare. PlayStation does not publish Adults Only games. Security Settings
System parental control level
:The UMDTM can be viewed.
:The UMDTM cannot be viewed.
You can transfer files from a PC to a Memory Stick Duo inserted in the PSP system using a commercially available USB cable. Note however that files that can be played are limited to file formats supported by the system.
USB cables that can be used with the PSP system
Example of a network configuration
Network equipment connections and setup methods vary depending on the equipment used.
Connect to the network through an access point. Access point or router Network device such as a DSL or cable modem
Creating a new network connection
You can adjust network settings to connect to an access point and save the network connection data on the system. Up to ten connections can be saved.
Select (Network Settings) under menu, and then press the button.
from the home button. button.
Select "Infrastructure Mode", and then press the Select "New Connection", and then press the Enter a name for the network connection.
When you press the button, an on-screen keyboard ( page 107) is displayed, allowing you to enter characters for the name. You can choose any name you like for the network connection.
When you have finished entering your settings, press the right button to go to the next screen.
Enter setting information for the access point.
This screen is used to enter information for the settings listed on the next page. Refer to the instructions supplied with the access point or router for setting details.
Enter the SSID settings for your access point. If a WEP key is set up for your access point, use the directional buttons and select "WEP". Then enter the WEP key. When you enter the WEP key, it appears on the screen as "********". Searches for and then displays a list of access points (or wireless networks) with their corresponding SSIDs and the WEP key status.
When the settings have been completed, press the right button to go to the next screen.
Select the address setting method.
This screen is used to select the settings listed below. Most home networks will allow you to use the settings shown in the "Easy" setup (this is the recommended setup).
The following information is automatically set. - IP address settings: Automatic - DNS settings: Automatic - Proxy server: Do Not Use You can manually enter detailed setting information, such as is used with a static IP network. For details, refer to the instructions supplied with the network device or the information provided by your Internet service provider.
When you have finished selecting your settings, press the right button to go to the next screen.
Check the settings.
This screen displays the setting details. Press the left button to return to the previous screens to correct any of the settings, if necessary.
Updates the system software using the data saved on a Memory Stick Duo.
During an update : do not remove the Memory Stick Duo do not turn off the system do not put the system into sleep mode The system software may be damaged if the update is interrupted.
Starting a network update
You can connect to a network using an access point to download update data.
Connect the AC adaptor to the system.
The update cannot be completed if the AC adaptor is not connected.
Select (Network Update) under menu, and then press the button.
Select a connection, and then press the
The system will connect to the network via an access point. If you have not created and saved a connection, select "New Connection", and then press the button to display the settings screen. ( page 99).
Download the update data.
When connected to the network, the system automatically scans for the latest update data. Follow the on-screen instructions to download the update data and to start the update.
Update data saved on a Memory Stick Duo can be accessed under update starts when you select the update data and press the button. (Game). The
Network update options menu
When the options menu is displayed, connections saved on the system can be edited or deleted.
Select the connection, and then press the
The following items appear. Select the operation you wish to perform, and then press the button.
Connect Edit Connects to an access point Changes the settings of a network connection saved on the system* Network Update
Deletes a network connection Displays information about a network connection page 99).
How to use the keyboard
You can use the on-screen keyboard for text entry such as when entering a nickname for the PSP system or entering network setting information.
Function keys Cursor Text entry field (Displays characters as they are entered)
Input mode display
Control panel item list
Keyboard keys Function
Enters a space Confirms characters that have been typed but not entered, and exits the keyboard Cancels characters that have been typed but not entered, and exits the keyboard Moves the cursor Deletes the character to the left of the cursor Displays a diagram showing the system buttons and their usage Switches between upper and lower case Enters a line break* * This key is displayed only when two or more lines can be entered. How to use the keyboard
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