How do I save games from my PS3 to my PSP?
Copying saved data from a PSP™ system to a PS3™ system From the PS3™ system’s home menu, select (Memory Card Utility (PS / PS2)) under (Game). Select (PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable)). 5. Select the icon of the saved data to be copied from the (Internal Memory Card (PS)) where the data is saved, and then press the button.
How do I update my PSP through PS3?
Connect your system and the PS3™ system using a USB cable. On your system, select [System Update] > [Update by Connecting to a PS3™ System]. The latest update file is downloaded via the Internet using the PS3™ system’s network feature. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.
Can PSP Go connect to PS3?
On the PSPgo, navigate to the Network option on the XMB, and then to the Remote Play option. Press the X button. You can now use remote play to connect to your PS3 either over a private network or the Internet. Select the Connect via Internet option and press the X button.
How do I make a backup on my PS3?
Plug your device into the PS3. Under the game tab, go to the “Install Package File” and select Muiltiman. After installation, go to Muiltiman under the main menu and accept the EULA. You now have a fully functional backup launcher. You also need this file to run the backups.
How can I run PSP games on PS3?
There isn’t a lot of magic to it. You will need a PSP Launcher Application so you can mount the PSP Games with Webman or Multiman then launch them. You can find a few launchers here: https://store.brewology.com/ahomebrew.php?brewid=247
Where do I Put my PS3 updat.pup file?
Create a New Folder called PS3, then another called UPDATE inside of that folder. Copy your PS3UPDAT.PUP inside of that folder. Once the CFW is in the correct path, unplug your storage device and plug it into the PS3 Under Settings, find “System Update” and then choose “update Via Storage Media.
Can You Play PS3 games on a HDD?
This can help increase the lifespan of your PS3, even though it won’t improve fps performance in games but it will sure be a heck alot better then using a HDD. Once you do the switch you will notice a huge performance boost on the first boot.