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PSP and Phillips HD120 player

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by FGEvans, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. FGEvans

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    This may be a dumb question but i am waiting to recieve my Philips 120HD mp3 player which has a 20 gb hard drive (only £93 delivered at woolies).

    Anyway the player also acts as a normal hard drive and storage device for files etc.

    I assume i can store movie files on the player. However would i be able to plug my PSP into the player and get a movie file from there onto the PSP with a 1GB card.

    The phillips has an ordinary usb cable connection.
     
  2. saeco

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    Yes .. u can, provided u hav the software to retrieve files .. i think file assistant for psp hav the option ... it's a homebrew application. Anyway, as far as i know ... the usb port for psp n philips are the same (mini B i guess) .. so u still need a computer to do the transfer unless there's a mini-B to mini-B cable.
     
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    Is It Possible To Buy A Mini-b To Mini B Cable Anywhere.
     
  4. saeco

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    Not sure ... as far as i know .. i nv saw a minib 2 minib b4. Mayb in future or make it urself ... if u got alot of extra usb cable.
     
  5. chrislad

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    It won't work, unless the external drive has some sort of operating system that will recognise the PSP. Technically, it is more than possible, and maybe a company down the line might make something, but at the moment, the best you can do is buy a bigger memory stick.

    The PSP is a child/slave device. It needs a parent/master device to transfer stuff. An external drive would be seen as a slave device so it's no go.
     

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