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    is there any program i can use on the psp to access an external hard drive to play my mp3's off of through the usb cable?

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    Using a computer, yes.
    You must have a computer in between.

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    My friend said that he connected his psp to an external harddrive at a store but the harddrive was empty so he couldnt try to play music from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by outlander83
    well your no fuckin help. i knew that much you smart ass
    If you knew that much, why would it make a difference if the drive is internal or external?!
    Both stream the same way, doesn't matter if it's USB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlander83
    well your no fuckin help. i knew that much you smart ass
    Urgh, please be kind to people who try to help you... We're not trying to spite you in any way.

    The only method currently available (of directly connecting), is the one similar to the Datel 4GB HDD (which sucks btw).

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlander83
    well your no fuckin help. i knew that much you smart ass
    well first of all watch your "fuckin" language u "fuckin" idiot, and appreciate that some respectable members bother to visit your retarded topic and to give u an answer, and second, why don't u use the "fuckin" Search option, cause there are a lots of posts on this subject, cant do it end of story. HDD wont work unless it works as a master, cause the PSP is slave onl psp dont accept nothing bigger than 8Gb, and u can't edit your firware


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    hey man, what bout the On-The-Go(OTG) enclosure external harddrive that lets users transfer data to the psp.it seems act like a computer.Does dat help??

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ELOOK-OTG-A6-2-W...QQcmdZViewItem

    i own this drive, it works like a charm, i can upload a vid if you want, cheap too! (you need to buy a harddrive for it tho)

    I smacked an 80gb in there,

    And it is OTG


    Visually its sliglly smaller then the psp
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    Ok, here are some pics they are bad quaLITY (camera phone) so bear with me.





    as you can see, the Elook OTG drive is slighty smaller then the psp (lengthwise)


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    here are pictures of the USB port, 5v adapter and the mode switch.
    Also the OTG board and harddrive plugged into it (samsung 80gb 2.5")
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    (diffucult to see but it says "transferring MOH.CSO to /iso")Top bar is file progress bottom bar is total progress (multiple files)

    further trasfer i was scramblin to get these pics as MOH only takes 30 secs to transfer to psp (700mb)
    as you can see the memorystick light is blinking. (just incase you think this is fake, dunno why you would tho)

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    me enjoying my games away from my computer :P


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    Couple notes about the OTG drive -
    -You need some pretty mighty batteries to run the thing, i run it with 4x AA 2500mah rechargebale batteries. The dollar-store batteries would not provide enuf power to start the drive.
    -No batteries ATM? NO PROBLEM! the drive will work on the psp charger cable! (not very portable tho)
    -does NOT come with a harddrive, go buy your own!

    -my batteries give me about 6 hours of tranfer before they are dead, this literally took 3+ weeks for me to kill them, as files will take no-more then 2 mins to tansfer to the psp.(i liked to leave mine sitting on tho, if you turn it off right after transfer you get TONS of life)




    If you havent figured it out already the drive will Act as a HOST like a mini-pc, perfect for moving files. It will work with almost ANY usb device.
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