This September 7th, PS4 Update 10.00 will be released with updated features

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For remote play, we’ve made the following updates:

Today, alongside the release of the new PS5 firmware update, Sony released PS4 update 10.00. This will update some of the PS4’s remote play features. Key Features of System Software Update- You can now choose from two types of zoom functions when using an Internet browser. Zoom lets you increase the size of elements on the page while adjusting the layout to fit everything without scrolling left or right. Zooming in expands everything on the page without any layout adjustments. Maximum zoom/magnification is now 500%. Further updated features 


  • As a reminder, here’s how you can manually update your PS4 if it’s not connected to the internet.

  • PC and Mac keyboards are now easier to use when using PS Remote Play. We’ve removed the text entry field so you can use your keyboard to write directly on your PS5 or PS4. In addition to typing, you can now use your keyboard to control games that support it. So that’s what’s new in this firmware patch. 

Download the update file (button below) and save it in the “UPDATE” folder. Save the file as “PS4UPDATE.PUP”.

Using a PC or Mac, create a folder named “PS4” on a USB drive formatted as FAT32. Inside that folder, create another folder named “UPDATE”.

Plug the USB drive containing the file into your PS4 console.

Start the PS4 console in Safe Mode: press and hold the power button, releasing after the second beep.

Select Safe Mode option 3: Update System Software. Select Update from USB Storage Device > OK.

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