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  • Added on: Aug 06 2009 09:49 PM
  • Date Updated: Sep 22 2012 06:12 AM
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Complete PlayStation® Portable Remote Play Guide

Posted by randyphx on Aug 06 2009 09:49 PM
Complete PlayStation® Portable Remote Play Guide


Note:

Before you continue, make sure your PlayStation Portable is registered on your PlayStation 3. To do this head over to Account Management under the PlayStation Network, and then select Account Management again, and then select activate system. If you havent dont this the PlayStation 3 will not be able to start remote play.

I would not try if you are running CFW on your PSP, since the PS3 will wan't you to update to Sony's OFW.


Information:

This guide will teach you how to set up a connection for Remote Play for both the PS3® System and the PSP® System. There are several features that are available when doing Remote Play:
  • View Photo's, Videos, Music, and Game Saves
  • Sign into PSN/Playstation Store®
  • View Online Buddy's
  • Turn on the PS3® System from almost anywhere in the world
  • Play Games on PSP® System Such as:
  • Lair
  • High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition New!!
  • Aquatopia New!!
  • Folding@home New!!
  • Browse and control the XMB
  • Use PSP® System as an extra pair of eyes in Games
  • Back up your HDD to a memory card

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As you can see you are able to control your PS3® System from almost anywhere in the world aslong as you have a wireless connection or a router available near you. If you do not know how to setup a connection refer to this thread: Unofficial PlayStation® Portable Network Guide


Procedures:

  • Before we start please make sure you have the latest version available on both your PS3® System and PSP® System in order to use Remote Play.
  • The first thing we are going to do is register the PSP® System on the PS3® System so it can recognize it. Turn on your PS3® System and scroll all the way to the right in the XMB and then travel down to Remote Play Settings and click on Register Device:

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  • Now turn on your PSP System and connect it through a USB to the USB Ports on the PS3® System. After you finish connecting the PSP® System click Ok and it will register your PSP® System on the PS3® System. Do not turn off power or disconnect USB until it finishes registering.
  • Now we are going to make sure the PSP® System was registered correctly. Click on Registered Device List and on your PSP® System go to Settings If at anytime you change the connection settings you have to re-register the PSP® System with the PS3® System. And please remember your password.
  • Now we are going to create a Wireless connection for the PSP® System to recognize when connecting to use Remote Play. Click on Custom Connection settings. Please read the following and their purpose:

    SSID- The name of the connection that appears when you scan. ( Can be whatever you want )
    WLAN Security Setting- You can only select [WPA-PSK (AES)] for remote play settings.
    WPA Key- This is were you set the password for your wireless connection.

    After you finish naming the wireless connection whatever you like and choosing a password for it scroll all the way to the left and click save settings. Now every time you use remote play it will search for this connection. If at anytime you change the connection settings you have to re-register the PSP® System with the PS3® System. And please remember your password.
  • With the new update the connection wont necessary since when you register your PSP® System it adds an extra connection under Network Settings named something like PLAYSTATION(R3) ( May change for you ). So scroll all the way to the left in the XMB and click on Remote Play.

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  • After that loads you will get a black screen with words. Turn on your PSP® System and travel to the Remote Play icon and click on Private connection.

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  • After that click on the connection that the Registration made on your PSP® System which is PLAYSTATON(R3) after that it should connect and you should be successfully connected to remote play and now you can anything you want. You have successfully learned how to use Remote Play.

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