About two weeks back many PlayStation 3 users started reporting that after they applied the firmware 4.45 on their consoles, they were not booting up. The news spread like a wildfire as users rounded up on PS forums and Twitter asking for any solution to the issue. Sony acknowledged the problem and pulled the update quickly from its servers.

Sony has announced through a tweet that newest version of the firmware is now available which will fix the issue. Along with the announcement about the updated firmware, Sony has also provided with a writeup of the steps users can follow to apply the firmware to their bricked consoles.

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