Psp question

Discussion in 'PSP - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by jchen, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. jchen
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    Which is the better way of writing files to the memory stick, usb cable or a MS reader? Or theres no difference?
     
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    No difference at all, other than the speed that the data is written/transfered to PSP [​IMG]
     
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    ty and what way is usually faster?
     
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    Depends on how fast your MS Reader reads. I've never used an MS Reader but the USB Cable connection works pretty fast (plus, all you have to press is O and you're back into your XMB with the newly added files) [​IMG]
     
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    I have never bothered with a reader as well [​IMG] . Its good for troubleshooting homebrew [​IMG] . Unlike the DS were if something doesn't work you have to take out the memory card and put in the computer (which gets really annoying [​IMG] )
     
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    The psp slim and the regular one uses the same type of usb cable right?
     
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    Yes they do, jchen. The USB cable, more often than not, is much faster than a reader.
     
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    Yup, and a cool, new feature of the Slim is being able to recharge it while it's in USB mode connected through a cable... wewt. [​IMG]
     
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