Updating playstation 3
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The Play Station 3 system software is the updatable firmware and operating system of the Play Station 3.
Also, for users having both the Play Station 3 and the Play Station Vita, it is possible to share media files videos, music and images between them by transferring multimedia files directly from the Play Station 3 to the Play Station Vita, or vice versa.
Furthermore, they can use a service called Cross-Buy which allows them to buy certain games that support this feature one time, and play them in both Sony platforms.
The Play Station 3 supports Remote Play with Sony's handheld game consoles, the Play Station Portable and the Play Station Vita.When one category is selected, there are usually more specific options then available to select that are spread vertically above and below the selected icon.Users may navigate among these options by using the up and down buttons of the D-pad.The process of updating is almost identical to that of the Play Station Portable, Play Station Vita, and Play Station 4.The software may be updated by downloading the update directly on the Play Station 3, downloading it from the user's local Official Play Station website to a PC and using a USB storage device to transfer it to the Play Station 3, or installing the update from game discs containing update data.