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    Default [Tutorial] How to Share your bought Games

    Mkay, so I tought I should post this tutorial on this forum too, because there are people with unhackable PSPs, and there is a method, to share your bought PSN games. It's tested, I used it a dozen times, and it works! I hope this helps until a hack comes out.

    A "Newbie-friend" tutorial for anyone who doesn't know how to do it.

    Things you gonna need for exchanging games:
    - PSN account with bought game(s) on
    - Media Go on your PC (you can get it here)
    - PSP with at least 6.10 OFW [official firmware] (to access media go with your PSP)

    There are 11 easy steps to make it work:

    1. Go to Playstation Store Page and log in to your account.



    2. At the "Account Management" tab, click on the "Activate/Deactivate PSP™ System"... click on "Game content" and download both Activate and Deactivate files to your PC.




    3. Now open up "Media Go" and connect your PSP system to your computer via USB cable.



    4. At the left side of the window, choose PlayStation Store, Sign in () to your account and download the game you want to share.




    5. Now choose your Memory stick in the Media Go window and the "Games" tab belove it.



    6. Right click on the game you've just downloaded and select transfer to Library. Wait up until it's done.



    7. Choose the "Games" tab under Libary tab.



    8. Right click on the game and choose "Explore Containing Folder". These are the game file(s) you have to upload (you will need the name of the folder too, don't forget that!).



    9. Now open up your "Documents" folder on your PC, go to Media Go --> AutoBackup --> PSP --> Licenses



    10. Get out the license file, this is the 4th thing you need to upload

    Now you have these files:
    - activate.xpd
    - deactivate.xpd
    - eboot.pbp (in folder named like SLUS00892 or UCUS98734 or something like this)
    - [license file name goes here].RIF




    11. Put everything together, upload it somewhere, and let your friend or "trading partner" to enjoy your game.

    This can be done a lot easier, if you just copy and paste it, from your Memcard, but this tutorial is for the GO owners too, who does not have a memcard in their psp.

    Don't share your game with more than 3 ppl! And remember don't give out your PSN account information to ppl you don't know or don't trust!

    Also feel free to ask any questions! I will answer however I can.

    Note: This was not my idea, I just made the tutorial for it.

    Last edited by lordbonehu; 02-08-2010 at 05:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordbonehu View Post
    Don't share your game with more than 3 ppl!
    If you give your game to 3 people, then those 3 people give it to three people, and each of them give it to 3 people then right there you have 18 people who didn't pay for the game. Imagine if that just kept going... hundreds of people could have a game that none of them paid for.

    Sharing games like that is illegal. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Games can be shared between 5 consoles only.

    So that answers you Organized Chaos and should also be corrected in the original post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...BeAkEr... View Post
    Games can be shared between 5 consoles only.
    Sony allows game sharing? I honestly didn't know that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Organized_Chaos View Post
    Sony allows game sharing? I honestly didn't know that.
    via activation of up to 3 PSP consoles / 5 PS3 consoles. As long as they have the account that bought it logged in, it will work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Organized_Chaos View Post
    If you give your game to 3 people, then those 3 people give it to three people, and each of them give it to 3 people then right there you have 18 people who didn't pay for the game. Imagine if that just kept going... hundreds of people could have a game that none of them paid for.

    Sharing games like that is illegal. Correct me if I'm wrong.
    You're theory is of course true, but that's why I suggested, that you should share your games with trusted ppl. I just gave an idea and a tutorial, how people use it, it's totally up for them.

    And as said above, you can share your games to up to 3 psps. Sony never said all of them must be yours (or they did, I don't care, this sentece sound good for me lol)
    Last edited by lordbonehu; 02-08-2010 at 05:28 PM.

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