Sony has now released the latest firmware 4.46, that should, if all goes to plan, fix any damage done by the previous firmware update 4.45, which according to many users bricked their consoles.
The new firmware 4.46 is available to download now, so if you were one of the unlucky folks whose console got buggered by the 4.45 update, give the new firmware a shot and hope for the best. Sony has assured us that the new update will fix any problems.
Let us know down in the comments if it’s solved any of your problems, but more importantly, let us know if it hasn’t.
Has your PS3 gotten “bricked” due to the last update? Have you already tried the latest firmware? Let us know what’s going on down in the comments section below.
Sony Computer Entertainment has released a new PlayStation 3 firmware update which aims to solve the issues caused by last week’s 4.45 release.
The original 4.45 update was pulled following reports of it causing crashes on a small number of consoles. Update 4.46 fixes errors relating to the XMB (XrossMediaBar) menu not displaying on a “small number” of consoles.
If you’re still having issues after updating then head on over to the new support page that Sony has set up for the 4.45 update.