PSP Playing ISO From PC

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May 31, 2010

PSP Playing ISO From PC by TwinBlades at 10:35 PM (917 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. TwinBlades
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    Member TwinBlades GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Is there a way to play ISO from pc using PSP (USB mode)? Without having to download anything on pc but I don't mind a homebrew on psp because I'll most likely use my PMP which is basically pocket pc (Portable Media Player).

    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. Sora Master2.0

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    You need irshell and YES it is a download. Sorry. =/
     
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    How exactly fast would this be? I have quite a few ISOs and cant carry them all on my PSP all the time, so this could prove to be quite useful. Also I don't feel like carrying around a ton of extra UMDs, plus I don't have UMDs for some of the games either [PSN downloads].
     
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    It's just as fast as if you run it from a memory stick. You just need to have your PSP plugged into your computer the whole time you're playing.
     
  5. TwinBlades
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    Whats the latest IRShell?
     
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    5.0
     
  7. Sora Master2.0

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    Trick is, you need a good usb. If it is liked moved at all, you could lose connection, but if you do, it picks up right where you left of. It's pretty awesome. Youtube on how to do it. Very easy. Remotejoy Irs makes it where you can also record this. It's very cool.
     
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    In other words, you need a usb cable that isn't held together by string.

    Don't worry about the cable if/when you get this going. [​IMG]
     

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