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Sony doesn’t want PlayStation consoles to turn into bricks. The company is already working on a problem related to the CMOS battery.

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The issue with CMOS batteries on PlayStation consoles made its way directly to Sony. Recall that the previous generation of consoles with a dead or missing battery loses almost all their functions, and in a new one in such a situation the user will lose the opportunity to play games without discs, and not everything is smooth with discs.

Thanks to the coverage of this issue, which is especially relevant for the PlayStation 4 due to its age, the information reached Sony. The company has already contacted some users, notifying them that it is studying the situation. Also, some sources claim that Sony’s PR team wants to deal with the matter as soon as possible. Probably, the problem will be solved by one of the subsequent software updates.

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