How do I fix my USB device not recognized on my PS3?
We’ve recently noticed that many users have asked for help because they found that their PS3 cannot read their USB flash drive. … Here’s the answer: The USB drive is NTFS. And PS3 can only read USB drive in FAT32. To solve this problem, you need to convert the USB drive from NTFS to FAT32.
How do I get my PS3 to read my USB?
Plug in your USB drive, and from the Games menu, go to your game saves. Find the game you want to transfer and hit the Options button. If you don’t see the option, it’s likely that the game is license-protected. If you do, hit “Copy” and move it to your flash drive.
How do I fix an unknown device on a flash drive?
1. Quick Fixes
- Try rebooting your PC and see if this resolves your issue.
- Try plugging your USB device into a different USB port. If this resolves your issue, then the initial USB port that you used is most likely broken.
- Plug your USB device into a different computer.
- Disable the Windows fast startup setting.
How do I get my PS3 to recognize my phone?
How to Connect the Phone to PS3 via Bluetooth? Go to the Settings and click on Devices. Now choose Bluetooth Device Connection or Controller Connections. The device that is connected will be shown in a list of devices, select it and press the X button for connection confirmation.