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[PSP® system / PSP®go] Updated 05/06/2013

The Internet Browser Start Control on the PSP system can be set to require users to input a password before accessing the Internet. If you set your Internet Browser Start Control to "On", you will be required to input your password before you can browse the Internet.

Note: This feature does not allow you to block individual web sites.

Click here for additional Parental Control settings on the PSP system.

To use the Internet Browser Start Control:

Requires your PSP system password. (Default password is 0000)
  1. In the XMB™ home menu, go to Settings icon (Settings) > Security Settings icon (Security Settings) and press the X button icon button.

  2. Choose [Internet Browser Start Control] and press the X button icon button.
    Internet Browser 1
  3. Enter your 4 digit password.
    Internet Browser 2
  4. Highlight your option:
    • On
      To enable the Internet Browser Start Control (to require password)
      Internet Browser 3a
    • Off
      To disable the Internet Browser Start Control (no password required)
      Internet Browser 3b
  5. Press the X button icon button to confirm your selection.
    Internet Browser 4

Please note that other than the Internet Browser Start Control feature, there are no other ways of disabling the Internet Browser on the PSP system. You may wish to contact network administrator to determine whether there are any external means of limiting the Internet access for the PSP system.

If you have forgotten your password, please contact us.