PlayStation Vita - Transferring Save Data from PlayStation Portable. UPDATE PLEASE READ. For HD QUALITY version of this video click on this link:
PLEASE READ: Sorry guys for the low sound, I filmed the video from my laptop and laptop mics aren't always good at picking up voice. I hope the captions help. I am an exaggerated talker so you can mute it if you want and just follow the captions below when they come up. Sorry for the blur as well... I'll have to figure out how to add high quality videos on here as it was in really good quality when I took the time to edit it.
-This video is about transfering savedata from your PSP to the PlayStation Vita. This video is very in depth and I go over as much as I can to help for those who need a bit more guidance.
-Any questions or comments, you know what to do, post ahead. Any suggestions or any request are welcome. This is my first attempt at making a guide so if its flawed let me know.
TOOLS: I used CamStudio Recorder to record my computer actions seen on screen, search it up on google to find it. I edited the video on Windows Movie Maker Live for Windows 7.
FAQ: I feel like I answered these questions in the video, but you do have some who will ask.
Q: Where do you obtain the save data?
A: You obtain the save data by having a saved game that you play from your PSP and by hooking the PSP up to the computer and going to PSP, then SAVEDATA and they should be there.
Q: How do you play PSP games?
A: You have to download the games from PSN as there is no known way to add ISO/CSO on the system and there is no UMD drive on the Vita so the discs are useless.
Q: What is Content Manager and Content Manager Assistant?
A: To put it simple, just as iTunes is for managing the iPod, Content Manager and Content Manager Assistant is to manage the PS Vita. You must have it installed to do this and I understand that when you install it you may have problems. To find it as there is NO desktop icon look in the right corner of the task bar and find the hidden menu where you will find a black dot with colors in it. Its usually located there whether using Windows XP or Windows 7.
----Any more questions, just ask.
FURTHER NOTE: The PlayStation Vita and PlayStation Portable, PSP, PS Vita are all references of Sony Corporation's product. The Dissidia is copyrighted by Square Enix and all its associates. Not intending to sell or manipulate the product. Only here to educate.
HD QUALITY VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCK5QVHJHJ0
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