PS4 Update 6.00 is now available, but some users are experiencing problems. The PS4 Update 6.00 error is identical to issues that some users experience when updating their console. It can be frustrating but there may be workaround.
The problems usually occur when you’re trying to download the latest update via Wi-Fi. If possible, always use an Ethernet connection when downloading updates. You can also download updates onto a USB stick from your PC and update manually.
The PS4 Update 6.00 Error results in a number of different scenarios. Some users cannot download the update at all, which prevents them playing multiplayer games that require it, others face error codes, including SU-42118-6, Ce-36329-3 and ce-30002-5.
Judging by comments on the official PlayStation forums, it seems the error is related to older PS4 systems, though this is purely speculation.
In worst case scenarios, we’ve seen reports of some PS4’s not turning on. Here’s what we suggest. Try one of these fixes.
- Select Notifications on your PS4. Do you see the PS4 update file? If so, delete it and reboot and see if it starts to download again.
- If you don’t already have your PS4 connected by an Ethernet cord, then make sure you do. Then turn it off and power up in Safe Mode. Update Via Internet.
- Make sure any notification relating to the PS4 update 5.55 is deleted. Then download the file onto USB from your PC, making sure you follow the exact instructions under (Update Using A Computer) on the official Sony site.
Still not working? Contact PlayStation Support and describe your problem.
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