connecting ps vita to pc

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Select (PC), and then select (USB cable) or (WiFi). To connect using WiFi, you must select the [Connect to PS Vita System or PS TV System Using Network] checkbox under [Network Connection Settings] in the Content Manager Assistant to set a checkmark, and register your PS Vita system with the computer.

Transferring data to and from a computer using Wi-Fi – Playstation.net

Right click the Content Manager Assistant icon in the notification area of the taskbar, and then select the [Settings] > [Network Connection Settings] > [Connect to PS Vita System or PS TV System Using Network] checkbox to set a checkmark.

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How to connect the PS Vita to Computer – YouTube

I show you how to connect the Vita to the Computer. Sorry about the quality.

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