PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-33911-5, CE-33983-6, CE-33984-7, CE-33985-8, CE-33986-9, CE-33987-0, CE-33988-1, CE-33989-2, CE-33990-4, CE-33991-5, CE-33992-6, CE-33992-6, NP-39225-1, NW-31456-9, NW-31448-0, NW-31201-7, NW-31194-8, WV-33899-2
When you see any of these PlayStation 4 error codes, know that it means the internet connection test failed. These error codes are common when you are having trouble connecting to PSN which could be a result of connection timeout during the service login process.
To fix this problem, the first step would be to perform an internet connection test (Settings > Network > Test Internet connection) to check if you can connect or not. After performing the test, if you find out that you can’t connect then you try turning your router off for a few minutes before turning it back on and then check if it fixes the problem.
Sometimes updating the router’s firmware can help in resolving this problem. If this still doesn’t help, then you’d have to contact your router manufacturer or internet provider. It is also possible that you are getting this error code because the server is experiencing high traffic and if this is the case, then trying again later should fix the problem.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-33179-3
Whenever this error code appears, it stands for “The application cannot be found. Test after installation is complete“.
You need to note that, the installation of add-ons or DLCs may fail until the installation of the application or game is complete. Hence to fix this error code, you’d have to wait for the game or application to install before trying again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-34632-8
This PlayStation 4 error code simply stands for content not available.
This error code only appears when it’s not possible to use content at a particular time and in this case, the way forward would be to contact the PlayStation support service for help.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30774-1
Once you see this error code on your screen, know that it stands for cannot update.
You can encounter this error code while trying to update the system’s software using a USB storage device. For this problem, a quick fix would be to try updating through the internet. If it’s not possible then you can verify that the update file (PS4 UPDATE.PUP) is stored on the update folder in your USB memory. After trying this if the error persists then it draw one conclusion, which is the downloaded file on the USB device might have been corrupted, so you’d have to delete it and download it again.
PlayStation 4 Error Code CE-30784-2
This PlayStation 4 error code stands for “PlayStation 4 system has not detected USB device“.
For this case, your PlayStation 4 can’t seem to detect the USB drive connected to it which could be as a result of the USB not being compatible. Hence to fix it, ensure that the USB device is compatible with USB 2.0 or 3.0 and also ensure that you have inserted the device correctly into the PlayStation 4. Make sure to have no extracts or partitions, if you do then you’d have to format it with a computer and try again.