if wireless connectivity isn't your thing, the psp can still connect to your home network using its built-in ethernet port. the psp also supports bluetooth, which lets users wirelessly transfer files, music, and more to other bluetooth-enabled devices. sony's psp with wi-fi and bluetooth enables you to enjoy internet and multimedia with greater ease, as you'll be able to download games, online content, and ring tones, and store them conveniently in the psp.
the psp's intuitive interface is fully customizable with amazing amounts of online content, which makes it the ultimate tool for every lifestyle. psp is an internet television and music streaming machine, with video and audio libraries that rival other top dvd players and service providers like netflix and p2p.
the process is simple, at least in theory. in reality, things are never that simple. unlike pc users, those who suffer a firmware glitch always received a one-way ticket to hell, a strange place where their console commands and settings stop working. sony decided to fix this problem, so they created a tool named kies. initially, users had to go the psp's menu and choose \"bootloader\" then \"system update\" (from the web version it went from \"settings\" to \"software updates\" to \"system update\").
then, on the computer, users had to download a free psp system update tool and install it on the computer (kies was already installed on the computer). installing and running the tool would allow the psp to download and install the.bin file of the firmware from sony's servers. then, users had to follow the on-screen instructions, then wait, and upgrade.