10-07-2012 09:28 AM - edited 10-07-2012 09:29 AM
Here is a link to another thread on a similar topic
Why do you need WiFi for Remote Play?
The manual says:
Remote play is a feature that displays the PS3™ system screen on a PSP™ system to enable remote operation over a wireless LAN.
Since the only way to get to Remote Play on a PSP is through the network menu, and the E1000 hasn't got one, I would say that the E1000 doesn't support remote play.
I'm guessing that "There was a error when registering device ( 8003131D)" is related to the fact that the PSP E1000 doesn't have a MAC address.
Here's another one but it never got a reply.
on 10-07-2012 11:10 AM
so why cant they make remote play for the psp e1000 even if you have to keep it pluged in to use it cause it has no wifi. make it like the normal remote play but you dont have to use wifi just keep it pluged in simple
on 10-07-2012 01:15 PM
Things you can do with remote play on a PSP (that has WiFi):
There is no reason to use remote play when you're close enough to your PS3 to connect via a USB cable. You can just use a DS controller or BD remote for that. The PSP has never been useable as an extra controller.
While it's an interesting feature Remote Play isn't really that useful (I mostly use it as a smart remote control for when I'm listening to music in another room).
The PSP E1000 is a low cost, hand held, personal game console. It's low cost because it doesn't have WiFi or all the features you used to get with a PSP.
If you want all that, Sony would prefer you to buy a Vita.
I would prefer it if the Vita was a personal, hand held PS3.
on 10-07-2012 01:28 PM
reason why i dodnt get the vita is because i dont realy get the way its set out and i only found out about remote play when i got the e1000 anyways. thanks for your help mate sucks i cant use it. would be good if i could
on 01-08-2012 01:40 AM
Really quick answer to this question:
Remote play works on a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) signal between your PS3 and PSP.
PSP E1000 does not have a WLAN reciever so cannot be used for remote play
The reason it does not have a WLAN receiver is due to the fact the E1000 is a "street" model, which means it's scaled down in terms of specs.
Which is why it can be sold at a lower price point than the classic PSP
Hope I answered your questions. Sorry it took a while
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