I don't know if I'm the only one thinking this... I guess that's why I'm posting it here to see if anyone shares my thoughts/opinions and what not.
What did 4.25 really do to our Playstation 3's? I mean the nitty gritty down and dirty details, because obviously there's more to it than just the Cloud Storage Upgrade (Which is exclusive to PS + which a large number of us do not use)
I mean, seriously: If this was only a Cloud Storage Upgrade, then why was it mandatory?
What did it really do to cause my Playstation 3 Slim 160 GB to lose PSN Connection capability, and cause dozens, probably hundreds of others to "Yellow Light of Death" and countless others to simply lose various other capabilities such as Amazon, Netflix, Gaming, Disc Reading/Game Playing, TV Output and more?
Why can't Sony re-release 4.20 or start some kind of rollback program so we may undo the latest update while retaining internet connectivity and more importantly saving our Playstation 3's?
Come on Sony.
So does this mean lots of people been having problems to connect to PSN? i thought it was just me. I been trying to troubleshoot for a few days. I guess i will just talk to PSN support and see what they have to say.