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  • PSP Internet Browsing... :0) or :0(

    Unlike my Mac, which connects automatically to any wireless internet connection, it took many long hours to update my PSP software only to get stuck continually amist vague, long, big worded, drawn-out, confusing, directions about how to get the PSP to connect to the internet. The when I finally got online the browsing was slow cluttered and inefficient. And it kept saying I was low on memory. Whats the deal? What do you guys think... do you like the PSP browser? Or am I getting old and technologically inept?
    "There's no off position on the genius switch"

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    Re: PSP Internet Browsing... :0) or :0(

    PSP Networking FAQ

    PSP 411 - PSP Networking for Dummies
    That should help you out. What version firmware do you have? I have 2.50 and the web browsing is pretty fast for me. I like it, but it doesn't replace my laptop or anything, at least until a keyboard is released. It's pretty cool though if when I'm waiting around in a mall, or in Downtown Disney.

    They keep releasing new updates that make browsing better, send me a PM if you'd like to know some great PSP sites.
    Last edited by Soulquarian; 10-19-2005, 12:18 PM.

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      Re: PSP Internet Browsing... :0) or :0(

      where in DTD do you connect? Is it FREE? or is it like those starbucks/barnes and noble hot spots that you pay monthly for (which is retarded by the way)?

      Thanks for the links.
      "There's no off position on the genius switch"

      Twitter: @WRDinc | Instagram: @WRDinc

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        Re: PSP Internet Browsing... :0) or :0(

        It's free, and the network is called lumier. I'm not sure exactly where the signal is the strongest though. By the monorail it's usually at 50%.

        Wifi Hotpsot List

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          Re: PSP Internet Browsing... :0) or :0(

          Originally posted by Soulquarian
          It's free, and the network is called lumier. I'm not sure exactly where the signal is the strongest though. By the monorail it's usually at 50%.

          Wifi Hotpsot List
          Ive heard people talk about that hot spot before... is it suppose to be for guests or is it suppose to be for work purposes? i only ask cause it wasnt listed on that website you posted. either way im gonna check it out next time im there.
          thanks again.
          "There's no off position on the genius switch"

          Twitter: @WRDinc | Instagram: @WRDinc

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