PSP Instructions

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  1. swilki

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    have just received my sons PSP value pack and Ridge Racer from Dark Planets Ltd only paid £293 including next day delivery for both.

    Just charging at the moment but problem is instructions for PSP are only in Japanese and as son is only 12, he is having difuiculty in understanding them......(Thought someone as big as Sony would have instructions in both Japanese and English!

    We have set the PSP to English but does anyone out there know where we can download or get instructions in English?
     
  2. slowen

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    Someone on Ebay was saying they can be downloaded from the sony site but I have not checked to see if this is true or not

    Not sure what site it might be on the Jap/American/European

    There are also image convertor's on the net if you want to watch movies on the PSP they can be downloaded to the memory stick but you will need at least a 512mb card though

    Can't wait to get mine hopefully this weekend
     
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    Japanese model = Japanese instructions! Simple. You wouldn't expect them to put japanese instructions on the english manual would you?

    Anyway, here are two sets of links for you:
    This one
    and
    this one
    should help.

    The only things that these do not cover is how to change the japanese characters to english ones when entering your nickname for the machine and in game.

    You do that by pressing "select". Hope this helps!
     
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    Exactly. The PSP you bough is japanese. Why should they put in English instructions?

    The Official Uk and US models wont be out for another 2 months. just wait till then and you will be able to get all you need in english. By the way, you can set the PSP to English so that all the functions come up in English. Cant do much about instructions though.
     
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    You don't need the instructions
     
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    exactly. It should be fun explorin all its features :laugh:
     
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    :hiya:

    Looks like region coding could be issue although SONY say all games are region free but the manual says different.

    only pages 1 to 97 are on that link, you can get all the pages from the FCC web site

    scroll down to the bottom of the page for all 4 links for the complete 'in progress' manual.
     
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