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How To Put Psp Games On Ps Vita Without A Ps3




Do you have a PS Vita and want to play some of your favorite PSP games on it? If so, you might be wondering how to transfer PSP games to your PS Vita without a PS3. After all, not everyone has a PS3 or wants to buy one just for this purpose. Fortunately, there are some ways to put PSP games on PS Vita without a PS3, and enjoy them on the bigger and better screen of your handheld device.




How To Put Psp Games On Ps Vita Without A Ps3



In this article, we will show you two methods to put PSP games on PS Vita without a PS3: using Adrenaline and using Content Manager. We will also explain the pros and cons of each method, and what you need to prepare before you start.


Method 1: Using Adrenaline




Adrenaline is a homebrew software that allows you to run PSP and PS1 games on your PS Vita. It basically emulates the PSP system on your Vita, and lets you access the PSP XMB (cross-media bar) menu. With Adrenaline, you can play almost any PSP game on your Vita, as well as some PS1 classics.


To use Adrenaline, you will need a hacked PS Vita with custom firmware (CFW) installed. You will also need a computer and a USB cable to transfer your PSP games to your Vita. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Download Adrenaline from here and copy the adrenaline.vpk file to your Vita via USB.



  • Install Adrenaline on your Vita using VitaShell or any other homebrew installer.



  • Launch Adrenaline and follow the instructions to download the official PSP firmware 6.61.



  • Create a folder named "ISO" in the "pspemu" folder on your Vita's memory card.



  • Copy your PSP ISO or CSO files to the "ISO" folder via USB.



  • Launch Adrenaline again and press the PS button to enter the PSP XMB menu.



  • Select "Game" and then "Memory Stick" to see your PSP games.



  • Choose a game and press X to start playing.



The advantages of using Adrenaline are that it supports most PSP games, it has many customization options, and it allows you to use plugins and cheats. The disadvantages are that it requires a hacked PS Vita, it may not work with some PS1 games, and it may have some compatibility issues with some Vita features.


Method 2: Using Content Manager




Content Manager is an official app that allows you to transfer data between your PS Vita and your PC or PS3. You can use it to copy some PSP games that are available on the PlayStation Store to your PS Vita without a PS3. However, not all PSP games are compatible with this method, so you will have to check the list of supported games here.


To use Content Manager, you will need a PC with an internet connection, a USB cable, and a PlayStation Network account. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Download and install Content Manager Assistant on your PC from here.



  • Launch Content Manager Assistant and sign in with your PlayStation Network account.



  • Purchase or download any PSP game that is compatible with the PS Vita from the PlayStation Store on your PC.



  • Connect your PS Vita to your PC via USB cable and launch Content Manager on your Vita.



  • Select "PC > PS Vita System" from the Copy Content menu.



  • Select "Applications" and then "PSP/Other" under "Saved Data".



  • You will see a list of PSP games that can be transferred to your Vita. Select the ones you want and press "Copy".



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