PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-32875-5
This general type error code means that an internal system error has occurred. Could not get time and date data.
To fix this problem, you’ll have to first connect your PlayStation 4 to the internet. Go to Settings, under settings select Date and time settings, select the Configure Using Internet option and finally select Set Now.
Once you carry out the above steps, it should solve the problem but if the problem should persist, then you’d have to visit PlayStation Support Centre for additional technical support.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-36329-3
This PlayStation error code simply means that an error has occurred with the system’s software.
To fix this problem all you have to do would be to update the software. To update your system’s software, head to Settings, and then select system software update. Once you are done, you’d have to wait for the system to restart and once it restarts, it should solve the problem. If you have tried accessing your settings and you realize you can’t, then you’ll have to carry out the updating process in Safe Mode. If the error persists still then you’d have to Initialize your system and to do this go to Settings, then Initialization, select Initialize PS4 and finally select Quick to Initialize the system. If it persists still, then the last resort would be to contact PlayStation support.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-37533-1, CE-37534-2, CE-37535-3, CE-37536-4, CE-37537-5, CE-37538-6
These PlayStation error codes are related to face recognition during login. It could be as a result of the saved data of your face being damaged.
Fixing this error code is quite easy, all you need to do is to log in to the system and re-record your facial data. If the problem persists try logging in as another user and register your facial data again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30002-5
This error code stands for “An error has occurred”. Fixing this problem is relative to how the problem was encountered. Because if you can determine what you were doing before you came across this problem then solving it would be quite easy.
If you encountered this problem while trying to play a game stored on an external hard disk drive then the way out would be to format the disk and try installing the contents again. Doing that should solve the problem.
If the problem was encountered while updating the system’s software then to fix this, head to Settings, then notification, and delete any update notification. Once this is done, turn off your PlayStation system by holding down the power button until you hear two (2) beeps (the first immediately and the second arrive after a few seconds). Once you have done this, the system will then boot in Safe Mode. Next, connect your controller with a USB cable and press the PS button, select option three (3), Update system software, and finally select Update from the Internet. If after updating the problem persists still, select option five (5), rebuild the database before trying again.
If the problem persists then we’ll have to resort to reinstalling the PS4 system software again. Before doing this, ensure to have a backup.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-35657-6, CE-33177-1
Whenever these error codes appear on your screen, it simply means “cannot start the application. Application data may be corrupted“.
To fix this, navigate to notifications, then select downloads, and finally delete the bug notification. Ensure you backup your data to a USB device or online (PS PLUS) if you prefer that. Start your device in Safe Mode and try to rebuild the database. This should generally solve the problem and if it doesn’t you’d have to try initializing your system, to do that go to Settings, then Initialization, select Initialize PS4, and try to update the system through a USB.