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    Copy playlists to PSP

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    • You can copy playlists from a PS3 system and the Media Go application to a PSP system.

      You can use playlists that you create on your PS3 system on a PSP system to play songs or show photos in the order you like. To do this, you have to upgrade the system software of your PSP system to the latest version and the PS3 system software must be version 3.10 or later.

      1.  Connect the PSP system to the PS3 system using a USB cable. 
      If you are using a PSP-1000, PSP-2000 or PSP-3000, you should first check that you haveMemory Stick Duo media inserted in the PSP system.
      2.  Select [USB Connection] under Settings from the PSP system's Home Menu.
      3.  Select [Playlists] under Music or Photo from the PS3 system's Home Menu.
      4.  Choose the icon of the playlist that you want to copy, and then press the Triangle button.
      5.  Select [Copy].
      Specify [PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable)] as the destination. Follow the on-screen instructions to copy the playlist.

      Import playlists using the Media Go application

      You can import music, photo and video playlists that you created using Media Go to your PSP system. When you import the playlists, the photo and video content of the playlists is also copied to the PSP system.

      In order to import music playlists, the Media Go application must be version 1.2 or later.

      In order to import photo and video playlists, the Media Go application must be version 1.3 or later.

      Media Go version 1.3 is scheduled to be released on November 20, 2009. For details about Media Go (a Sony Creative Software product), visitsonycreativesoftware.com/products/mediago.


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