Ps3 and updating its flashplayer
The frustration this caused gamers was made all the worse by the fact Sony announced they were going to keep everyone waiting until June 27 to issue a fix.
Well, it’s now the 27th and Sony has indeed released a new firmware that solves the issues 4.45 introduced.
This update isn't required, as most single-player games can be played without an Internet connection and without signing into the Play Station Network, but I do recommend that you install it.
You don't want to miss out on any sweet Sony features, plus it's mostly agreed upon to update your system whenever you can.
You should be up and running again in just a few minutes.
The slow death of Adobe Flash has been hastened — You Tube, which used the platform as the standard way to play its videos, has dumped Flash in favor of HTML5 for its default web player.
This is a pretty simple process: So, with Safe Mode activated and a controller plugged in, insert your flash drive and select option 6 “System Update.” Then press Select and Start at the same time to initiate the update from the USB stick.
Being limited to the 12GB of internal flash storage won't prevent the single-player mode from being playable, but it will mean you'll be unable to take advantage of any new features or changes introduced in future updates.Unfortunately, that is soon to be the case for Grand Theft Auto V players on a certain model of PS3, forcing those people to upgrade their system in order to continue playing online.A recent post on Rockstar's support website (via Video Gamer) informs owners of the 12GB PS3 model that they will soon need to purchase a storage upgrade if they want to be able to play Grand Theft Auto Online.Note: The 1.51 update just came out on November 20th, and supposedly fixes stability issues.This article has been update to reflect the newest software update version.
The technology also lets people live stream their play sessions on Xbox One and Play Station 4, and use streaming devices such as Chromecast.