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[QUOTE="gta_kid1"]What do you mean go to the RSS channelsmahjustinObviously you don't own a PSP if you don't know what RSS channels are. Why you trolling?
YEAH....ARE U TRYING TO BASH THE PSP???? cuz u are losing your time
anyway, the PSP IS THE MOST POWERFUL HANDHELD EVER
I do have a PSP and when i go on the net and scroll down it says RSS but i don't know what they dogta_kid1
With RSS, you can subscribe to sites to stream or download audio (music or podcasts), download video, and download magazines (they get stored as a folder of images that you can browse through).
RSS is my favorite feature next to gaming on the PSP.
[QUOTE="gta_kid1"]On the net on the PSP you can't watch videos which sucks do you think they will fix this?xaosUnlikely; streaming video is not trivally easy; it's very bandwidth and memory intensive.
indirectly, u can use the "youtube to ipod" freeware to save streaming video as mp4 on pc and then transfer to psp
I have a PSP and haven't messed with the RSS either. Is there some sort of subscription price on this?funbunny
No cost. By subscribe, it means that your PSP has stored the URL of whatever the feed is, and you can select that feed on your PSP to see if there is new content to stream or download.
For example, GameSpot has a weekly podcast called, "The Hot Spot." This is an audio feed.
If you browse this URL with your PSP you can click on the, "RSS Feed" button and your PSP will subscribe to this feed. Then, from your PSP's RSS menu, you can select this feed and see all the podcasts available. From here, you can either stream or download the audio.
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