Things you can do to make your PSP an amazing gaming beast thing. I will go through the complete obvious, and the complete not so obvious.
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Step 1: The Obvious
Games- The tip for getting games, especially for PSP, is what you think you would play over and over and over again. The replay value increases if it has online capability. My favorites games for the PSP are SOCOM: Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 2, Daxter, Ratchet and Clank size matters, Star Wars Battlefront II, Midnight club, and Either Grand Theft Autos.
Video- Having videos on your PSP really makes a difference on road trips. There are free programs on the Internet for converting videos into PSP forms, for example Orbit .
Music- Unless you have a Ipod, the PSP is also good for just listening to music.
Pictures- Showing pictures on your PSP to your friends, and you can also set it as your background.
Internet- The PSP internet is fun when you don't want to carry your laptop around. It can't support large sums flash, so no videos, no games, no porn (unless its pictures:)
Step 2: Add Flash Games to the PSP
How to put flash games on your PSP- You need Mozilla Firefox for this. Ok now go to your favorite flash game. Make sure it is simple, involving only the mouse and click, I picked Bowman 2. Pictures tell it all. Ok now go on Mozilla Firefox, and go to bowman2 (don't have to do this game, just easier for this), go to the File at the top left, and scroll down to where it says Save Page As... , and save it to your desktop. Connect your PSP, and make a new folder on the PSP and name it Games, go to the folder and find Shock Wave Flash Object, and copy it into your new Games folder, Rename it to something you will remember. I chose b. Now go to your internet, and type in at the address this file:/Games/b.swf It will ask you do you want to run this plugin say yes.
Step 3: New Themes
Go to http://www.psp-themes.net/top.php and pick out your favorite theme. I chose the Vista Inspirat. Now download it, and go find it. Plug the PSP into the computer. Make a new folder under the PSP folder called THEME. Drag the .ptf file into the folder. Now go to System Settings, Theme Settings and find your Theme.
Step 4: Make Your PSP Have Windows Vista
Download the software from here http://www.download.com/PspWxp/3000-7242_4-10531428.html
Then extract it to your desktop
Now Click the installer.exe
Install it to your PSP (Like E:/ or F:/ drive)
Then go to your PSP Internet
*Delete your Cache
*Then go to settings Cache, then disable it
IMPORTANT THAT YOU DO THE * ABOVE
Type in file:/pspWxp/index.htm
It will take 5 seconds to load and you have Window Vista up.
Step 5: Finished and Have Fun
Basic, easy steps, made your PSP more fun. Rate it if you like it.
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