Updating ps3 via memory stick
Load up music, movies, and photos There are a few ways to get music, video, and photos from your computer to your PS3: wirelessly stream it; burn a CD with the data; or use a USB thumbdrive.
Streaming is a great option if you want constant access to your PC's media library, but often the experience is tainted by lag and a spotty Wi-Fi connection.
Sony on Wednesday evening announced that a firmware update is rolling out to fix broken Play Station 3 consoles.
The update is meant to reverse the damage caused by an earlier patch that left a “small number” of users with bricked consoles.
Transfer game saves If you want to pick up where a friend left off in a game, borrow his or her MLB franchise, or play your game on a friend's PS3, it's all possible with a USB drive.
Plug in your USB drive, and from the Games menu, go to your game saves.
PUP) using a compatible storage device such as Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, a USB key (FAT32) or PSP.
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Firmware upgrades are very important and will help with stability of the system as well as upgrade playback options and add other features. You can find the latest firmware here: Sony Play Station 3 firmware update.
For this guide there are a few requirements, all of which you should own or you would not be looking here. A storage media device, either a USB flash drive or a Memory Stick, SD Memory Card, or Compact Flash card.
The company also posted detailed instructions for users to install the update even if their consoles won’t turn on.