Connecting the Sony PlayStation® Portable or PSP™ to a wireless network allows you to browse web pages and sites, download new games, listen to Internet radio, play multiplayer games online, and even use the RSS Channel to get news and other information.
This article will provide you with instructions on how to connect your Sony PSP™ to the wireless network and take advantage of these features.
On your PSP™ device, go to Settings and then select Network Settings.
Select Infrastructure Mode.
Select [New Connection].
In the WLAN Settings screen, select Scan then press the (right) button on your device.
Select your wireless network name (SSID) then press the right button on your device.
Confirm your selected SSID by pressing right.
Select the security setting of your wireless network then press the right button.
NOTE: The PSP™ device usually highlights the security setting used by the router.
Press the X button to enter the network security key or password.
Enter your network password, then press START button.
Press right when you see the following screens:
If you want to edit the connection name, press X. Enter your desired network name and then press Start.
In this example, the belkin.b26 has been changed to homeNetwork.
Once the Setting List is displayed, press right.
Press X to save the settings.
Press X to test the connection.
The following screens will be displayed.
Your PSP™ device is connected to the network when you see the following details:
You can now start using your PSP™ to take advantage of its Internet-related features. However, if you have problems in connecting your Sony PSP™ to the wireless network, click here.
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