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Getting files off PS3 to PC via wireless connection??

RickT Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Getting files off PS3 to PC via wireless ?

Does anyone know a way to do this without using the USB stick option ??

I would like to be able to browse the PS3 HDD from my PC to get saved video data and photos (of in gaming)

Currently use the USB method, but would like to do it wireless if possible.

Already have streaming from PC to PS3, just need to do it the other way around ?

Any ideas ?

Cheers
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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I use Tversity (i think that's what its called!). Works a dream!
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TVersity (or something similar like PS3 Media Server) will let you browse your PC files from the PS3, but not the other way round.

The only way to do this at the moment is by having a jailbroken PS3 and using Blackbox FTP server (or another FTP server).... however, it should soon be possible to install an FTP server without having a jailbroken PS3 so wait a little longer and something should be possible soon!

or if you have a jailbroken ps3, you can set something up right away- but im guessing you dont.
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TVersity (or something similar like PS3 Media Server) will let you browse your PC files from the PS3, but not the other way round.

The only way to do this at the moment is by having a jailbroken PS3 and using Blackbox FTP server (or another FTP server).... however, it should soon be possible to install an FTP server without having a jailbroken PS3 so wait a little longer and something should be possible soon!

or if you have a jailbroken ps3, you can set something up right away- but im guessing you dont.


Nice one, just the answer i was wanting.... apart from not been able to do it..:D

I have tried and searched for the process for a non jailbroken unit.

Once that FTP is configured, it will make things simple for a few other things too..




Edited By: RickT on Jan 06, 2011 15:52

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