A year or so ago I noticed my controller wasn't working unless plugged in. I thought it might just be failed battery over the years, but it worked when plugged in, so it was only a minor inconvenience. Later, I realized WiFi wasn't working either, so I thought maybe an update would fix things… plugged into wired network to update system.
DO NOT UPDATE YOUR SYSTEM IF EXPERIENCING WIFI OR BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY ISSUES!
Now stuck in a boot loop where the update tries and fails to install. I can't get back into my system to backup and transfer my data, so I'm stuck looking for a solution to either fix my system or transfer to a replacement, but even for an estimated repair cost of $120, Sony support said their first attempted fix action will be to factory reset the system.
Anybody have any advice?
Sony, why would you allow a firmware update to begin install without first running a basic hardware check? Then, why wouldn't you allow some recovery option for a failed update?
Guess I've learned to always backup my stuff.
Lorsqu'il en aura reçu, il pourra afficher un graphique de sa réputation au fil du temps.
Voici un aperçu de ce à quoi ressemble ce graphique :
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