PS4 Official system software 4.50

PS4 Official system software 4.50 4.50

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Main features in system software update 4.50

You can now use a USB storage device to install applications, or move applications from your PS4™ system storage.
Use a USB storage device that meets the following conditions.

  • External hard disk drive
  • USB 3.0 or later
  • 250 GB minimum, 8 TB maximum capacity
  • Select (Settings) > [Devices] > [USB Storage Devices], select the connected USB storage device, and then format it for use as extended storage.
* There is no guarantee that all USB storage devices are compatible with your system.

The quick menu is now more user friendly.
Party features, such as creating and joining parties, are even easier to access from the quick menu.

Notifications have been redesigned.
All notifications now appear in a single list.

When using Remote Play on a Windows PC, Mac, Xperia™ Smartphone, or Xperia™ Tablet, you can now use your device's microphone for voice chat in games or in parties.

You can now use screenshots to customize the background of your home screen and function screen.
Select (Settings) > [Themes] > [Select Theme] > [Custom].

You can now post screenshots directly to activities, such as those shown in [What's New].
Press the SHARE button, select [Screenshot], and then select [Activities] as the upload destination. Also, you can now tag games and fellow players.

You can now post animated GIFs to activities and social applications.

Your status is now visible as Mobile when you sign in to an application such as PlayStation App, even when you are away from your PS4 system. This means you are available to communicate with Friends.

You can now make a party public or private even after the party has been created.
Select (Party) > [Party Settings] > [Party Privacy].

PlayStation®VR now supports Blu-ray 3D™ content.

Other new or revised features in version 4.50:

  • The PS4 system you use to sign in to PlayStation Network for the first time is now automatically activated as your primary PS4 system.
  • As a parent or guardian, you can now easily create sub accounts for your children when creating your master account.
  • You can now upload or download saved data right from the home screen. Highlight the game, press the OPTIONS button, and then select [Upload/Download Saved Data].
  • You now have the option to share screenshots on PlayStation Network. When sharing, you can also adjust privacy settings.
  • You can now launch SHAREfactory right from Capture Gallery. Press the OPTIONS button while viewing Capture Gallery, and then select [Edit in SHAREfactory].
  • You can now change the color of your profile screen to match the cover image. On your profile screen, select Options > [Change Cover Image] > [Change Background Color].
  • When reporting inappropriate content, you can now preview your report before sending.
  • The design of PS4 Remote Play for Xperia™ has been updated.
  • When you receive a party invitation in Messages or PS Messages, you can respond with a quick reply.
  • Your profile screen cover image on your PS4 system is now displayed in PS Messages.
  • Cinematic mode image quality on PlayStation®VR has been improved.
How to install:
This update method can be used if your PS4 system is not connected to the Internet. Download the update file to your computer, and then save it on a USB storage device. Copy the saved file to the system storage of your PS4 system to update the system.

For the standard update procedure, follow the steps below. Visit here for the procedure to initialize your PS4 system and perform a new installation of the system software, such as for when you replace the hard disk drive.

The following things are needed to perform the update:

· PS4 system

· Computer connected to the Internet

· USB storage device, such as a USB flash drive

* There must be approximately 320MB of free space.

1. On the USB storage device, create folders for saving the update file.

Using a computer, create a folder named "PS4". Inside that folder, create another folder named "UPDATE".

2. Download the update file, and save it in the "UPDATE" folder you created in step 1.

Save the file with the file name "PS4UPDATE.PUP".

3. Connect the USB storage device that the update file is saved on to your PS4 system, and then from the function screen, select (Settings) > [System Software Update].

Follow the screens to complete the update.

If your PS4 system does not recognise the update file, check that the folder names and file name are correct. Enter the folder names and file name in single-byte characters using uppercase letters.
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