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Rollback to previous firmware update

Is there any way which i can rollback to previous firmware update (PS3)

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    PS3 won't let me update from 4.40 to the newest firmware (4.55). [error 80029CCA]. I have no idea what the previous owner did. Please help.

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NO!! sony will have to service your PS3 and place it in service mode to restore it to the previous firmware. Once you upgrade a firmware for the PS3 your stuck with the upgraded firmware unless you send it to Sony to roll it back! Putting the PS3 back to restore to factory settings will not fix your problem!

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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NO!!!!!!!! you have to send your system in to sony to have it serviced!!!!!!!!! but without a receipt good luck trying. hopefully they will send out an update later on that will allow you to do so like Microsoft did with the XBOX 360.

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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Yes set to factory settings but i dont know if it will go back to the previous one

Posted on Nov 21, 2007

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