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    well my digital camera uses the same input as psp which is b 5pin, and i dont have my psp cord here its at my friends, so i got an old usb cord
    cut off the ending of one side, and i have the 4 wires now, red,black,white,green, and if anyone here has made there own cable or is willing to do me a huge favor and just cut off a bit of that plastic to see. i need to know which cable is split into 2/doubled, cuz one of those 4 cables, there is 2 of the same.

    and same you were lookin at the usb like this, what order would it go in. example, red,white,green,black,black......i dunno what the order is or which wire doubles so just help me out this is needed really badly, ty!


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    Just go round your friends and get it back.

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    i think it would be alot simpiler to just buy one at walmart for 4 bucks then electricuting yourself to get one for free

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    I already have a USB for the PSP, and im just wondering if my graphing calculators USB cord would work for the PSP? It actually fits in the PSP usb thingy.

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    DO NOT USE HOMEMADE CORDS ON THE PSP......

    you will fry it and mabye youself (hopefully)....

    just go to walmart and get one....other wise if you make your own...you might be going to walmart to get a new psp....

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    I already have a USB for the PSP, and im just wondering if my graphing calculators USB cord would work for the PSP? It actually fits in the PSP usb thingy.
    if your talking about that headphone jack with usb then no, only the one with the pictures up there

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    I already have a USB for the PSP, and im just wondering if my graphing calculators USB cord would work for the PSP? It actually fits in the PSP usb thingy.
    Well I use my zen mp3 player's Usb and it works perfect with the psp

    If it has a tip like the on the top then yes it should work

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    I have a Sony digital camera and i use that USB cable for my psp... works perfect... USB is USB... if the connector on the end is the same, then plug the damn thing in and use it...

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    I have like 6 of those cable and they all work with the PSP. every thing that i hook up to my comp has one and they all came with them in the box or else i wouldnt have bought 6 cable that are all the same.

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    it is a very common connector.

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