Sony PlayStation 4 Firmware 2.0
Sony Game Console Bug
A major PS4 firmware update is causing systems to crash, but Sony is aware of the problem. PlayStation 4 users who have updated to firmware version 2.00 report that putting the system into “rest mode” prevents the console from reawakening.Find out more about it here.
PlayStation 4 users may not want to update their consoles to firmware version 2.00 just yet — at least not until Sony is able to send out a patch that fixes some of the software’s hiccups.
Version 2.00, codenamed “Masamune,” boasted a number of notable feature updates including uploading gameplay videos to YouTube, sharing games with friends over the Internet and system themes.
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However, the update has been tainted by widespread reports that putting the system into standby mode (now dubbed “Rest Mode”) prevents the console from reawakening. Both of the consoles in our office encountered the same issue. Bugs with YouTube functionality have also been reported.
For now, Sony has suggested booting consoles into “Safe Mode” to update a system’s software and told CNET “we’re investigating these issues and will provide an update once we have more information.”
Source: Jeff Bakalar
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