The Sony firmware manager (FMS) can’t seem to keep up with the updates to its software.
It can’t keep up.
I can’t see the new version of the firmware.
It’s just gone, gone, vanished.
That’s not good.
You’ll have to make your own fixes yourself.
But I know I can.
And if you have a PS4 Pro, you might be able to do it yourself.
It takes a little bit of elbow grease.
You can use the software’s firmware update manager (fms) to update the firmware of your PS4, PS4 Slim, or PS4 Classic.
In this article, we’ll walk you through how to install the latest firmware from Sony, fix a firmware issue, and install a new version.
You may also want to read about how to add a new PS4 firmware image to your PSN account.
This article is also available as a PDF, which you can download and print off at home.