PS3 Firmware v4.10 Released
As you try to log in with your PSN, or should I say, SEN accounts today, you will be prompted to download a new firmware update for your PS3. It packs in one cool standout feature…
Here’s what was listed on the PlayStation Blog regarding the update:
- The Internet Browser has been improved. This will result in better display of content and page layouts are displayed with greater accuracy. Some websites that could not be displayed correctly prior to the release of PS3 system software 4.10, including interactive websites, are now supported.
- You can automatically set the time more accurately via the Internet every time your PS3 system connects to PlayStation Network (PSN). This can be done via [Settings] > [Date and Time Settings] > [Set Automatically] on the XMB (XrossMediaBar).
- PSN Account will be renamed Sony Entertainment Network Account. This will not result in any changes to how you log in or the details you use to do so.
As usual, some changes never make the list. We don’t really know why to be honest, especially considering they are some of the coolest additions. Apart of the new browser update, a Dropbox sharing feature has been added. This will allow the use of the Dropbox file sharing service. We approve!
The update is also likely to have fixed a lot of ongoing problems on the EU PSN regarding transactions and downloads since last week’s maintenance.