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Kagari
Please understand.
(05-13-2011, 01:34 AM)
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(previous "PSN is down" thread)

CLICK THIS TO CHECK WHAT STATES PSN IS UP IN HERE


Okay, so this was mentioned in the old thread by a QA tester and since then I have had other developers confirm to me that this is the case. The internal PSN developer network is online again, at least it seems for some, although things are still a bit shaky at the moment such as lack of new account sign up.

Looks like the full network, at least the online play/account part of it, will be back soon.

Update: QA started earlier this week on online games and has been running smoothly.

UPDATE: PSN SERVICES GOING BACK UP


How to change your password:

1. Select [Sign In] under PlayStationŽNetwork on the XMB (XrossMediaBar) Menu.

2. Enter your sign-in ID (email address) and password, and then select [Sign In].

Enter the current sign-in ID (email address) and password for your PlayStation Network account, and ensure that you can receive messages at this email address.

3. Select [OK] from the screen that prompts you to change your password.

A screen for entering a new password is displayed.

4. Follow the on-screen instructions to change your password.

After you have changed your password, you will be able to sign in to PlayStation Network.

If the screen for entering a new password is not displayed after step 3, your PlayStation 3 system has never been activated on PlayStation Network using your account. In this case, an email message will be sent to your registered email address. Follow the instructions in the email message to access a website and change your password.

If you have forgotten your password

If you have forgotten your password, you will need to change it from the PlayStation Network website. Follow the instructions shown below.

1. Select [Sign In] under PlayStationŽNetwork on the XMB Menu.

2. Select [Forgot your password?] on the sign-in screen.

3. Enter your sign-in ID (email address) and your date of birth, and then select [Continue].

Ensure that you can receive messages at this email address.

4. Check that your email address is correct, and then select [Confirm].

An email message will be sent to your registered email address. Follow the instructions in the email message to change your password. When you have changed your password, you will be able to sign in to PlayStation Network.

If the PlayStation Network account you are using is a sub account, it may be necessary to first sign in using the master account to change the password.
Last edited by Amir0x; 05-15-2011 at 05:29 AM.