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Thread: Can I use a Memory Stick Micro (M2) Card in a PSP?

  
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    This 4GB "Memory Stick Micro (M2)" card is really cheap: http://www.buy.com/prod/sandisk-4gb-...204737126.html
    In one of the reviews, it says that it comes with an adapter to Memory Stick Pro Duo.
    But does the PSP Fat's firmware support it?

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    uhh i think the adapter is to connect to computers not into the psp so no!

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    are you sure?

    Quote Originally Posted by some guy that bought it
    It also came with the Memory Stick PRO Duo converter so I can use this M2 memory in my Pro Duo devices.
    now my question was if the psp firmware supports memory stick micros in memory stick pro duo converter cards
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    it is the same price as a sandisk 4GB

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    I have used a 1GB M2 stick in my PSP plenty of times. The only snag is after a few months my adapter must have gotten slightly worn. I had to remove and re-insert once or twice so it could read.
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    why not buy 8GB MircoSD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe88
    it is the same price as a sandisk 4GB
    no it isn't, after shipping cost and google checkout $10 discount, 4gb micro m2 is $22.99
    the cheapest I can find a 4gb pro duo for is $35.55 after shipping cost and google checkout discount

    Quote Originally Posted by cr0bar
    I have used a 1GB M2 stick in my PSP plenty of times. The only snag is after a few months my adapter must have gotten slightly worn. I had to remove and re-insert once or twice so it could read.
    thanks for the reply, I finally got my answer from someone

    Quote Originally Posted by juigelis
    why not buy 8GB MircoSD?
    umm psp doesn't use micro sd, maybe you confused it with micro m2
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    Quote Originally Posted by burrito
    Quote Originally Posted by juigelis
    why not buy 8GB MircoSD?
    umm psp doesn't use micro sd, maybe you confused it with micro m2
    http://www.photofast-adapter.com/

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    8gb microsd costs around $100, 4gb m2 stick costs $23
    the 4gb m2 stick is a much better deal
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    looks like microSD works and it is fast!
    watch that!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fw67eDXuU8
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