PSP as Mass Storage Drive - USB connection?

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  1. IndianaBlues

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    Hi, I'm looking at jumping onto the PSP bandwagon (Dixons actually have a pack that has 3 games I want!)...my question is this:

    My iRiver H340 (40gb HD mp3) has a USB1.1 host on it, whereby as long as a digital camera, mp3 player, card reader etc doesn't require drivers I can plug it into the iRiver and transfer data between the two. Would I be able to plug the PSP into the iRiver and transfer information across - for example, could I create several ghost memory stick images and paste them onto the PSP whilst on the go? Am just thinking, this would let me carry loads of dvds-worth of movies on my iRiver and transfer them as and when I want to watch them...

    All the best,

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    Just found the answer - for those that are interested, if you have Firmware v1.29 on the iRiver and 2.0 or above on the PSP you can access the memory stick on the PSP using the iRiver.

    Woohoo! :thumbsup:

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