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    Default Custom SoundTracks For Grand Theft Auto : Vice City Stories!

    Here is a guide, written by me, to get your own songs on GTA:VCS!

    Requirements:

    EAC Audio (attatched below)
    PSP (Obvioulsy)
    USB Cable (Obvious too)

    Here's how to get started.

    First of all download EAC Audio (attatched below).

    Install it to your PC and restart your PC (if required). Put in a commercial CD that you own and convert your MP3's to .toc format.

    Once it's done take the .toc files and change the extension from .toc to .gta.

    Once thats done take the newly converted files and put them in ONE of the following folders depending on your game region:

    EUROPE - ULES00502CUSTOMTRACKS
    US - ULUS10160CUSTOMTRACKS


    Take the custom tracks folder and put it in your SAVEDATA folder on your PSP.

    Start up Grand Theft Auto:Vice City Stories and go to the pause menu, then Audio. In the audio section turn on Custom Soundtracks.

    Then get into a car and press left and right to go through your songs like the normal radio stations. You should now hear your own songs.

    Congratulations! You now have custom sound tracks in GTA:VCS!

    It has been tested by me and works.

    Enjoy!

    NOTE: If you have any problems, then please reply to this thread and I will try to help you.

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    Is there anyway to to this on a MAC?

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    Sorry, I don't think you can do this using a MAC.

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    it is possible... but stupidly complicated as there is no known consumer atrac3 codec for mac in a usable for...
    i got someone to help, sent the files and had them converted for me.

    also there is a little problem with your guide... different region games have individual save game names, so you need to change the code at the start to the same as your region save name

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    Quote Originally Posted by accordian boy View Post
    also ther is a little problem with your guide... different region games have individual save game names, so you need to change the code at the start to the same as your region save name
    Ahh didn't think of that, but how do I find out the other region game save names?

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    i only know two, stick these in the first post

    europe[not sure about the restricted content versions, if they are even out yet] is the code you posted above: "ULES00502"

    and the US is: "ULUS10160" followed by "CUSTOMTRACKS" or an additional save code

    these numbers are on the side of the game box, and maybe on the disc, it is game id and every game has one

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    Ok, thanks, I'll put them in the first post now.

    -----EDIT-----

    Done!

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    I have the program downloaded but when it checks for a CD it find it, but it will not allow me to make it a PSP file, only to my hardisk as a .wav which i do not need. Why doesn't it work?

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    You can do this with codemaster's EAC PSP Edition to convert mp3's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtariFreek View Post
    You can do this with codemaster's EAC PSP Edition to convert mp3's!
    thats the app the guide provides...

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