When connected via an ethernet cable that speed improved to just around 33mbps, which was better but still pretty substandard for 2017. (Before we blocked the IP, it would have taken several hours.) One thing to remember though: if you want to play games online, you'll have to re-whitelist the IP.
When we blocked the IP address Lance used, well ... According to Mc Donald, the server was necessary for online play and it also hosts a lot of assets on the PSN store. And while Australians shouldn't have to resort to this kind of shenanigans just to get a console downloading at proper speeds in 2017, it's better than the rough 1mb/s we're typically accustomed to.
The console is still running fine and I can the frozen install at any time. I have tried deleting the game data and starting from the beginning with no luck. Note: Other materials, such as a paper towel or a T-shirt, may also scratch the Disc.
If there are any scratches, smudges, or fingerprints on the Disc, it may not function properly.
First up, you’re going to need a USB flash drive with at least 168MB of free space on it.
CECHA00/CECHB00 model PS3 owners can also use a Memory Stick, SD card, or Compact Flash to carry and apply the update.
Best Buy now offers pairs of Powerline Network connections that might help you.
Basically getting very tired of the ridiculous download speeds that I experience when downloading anything from the Play Station Store, be it on PS3, PS4 or PS Vita.
I recently acquired the PS3 version of Sims 3 and have been unable to install it.
When launching the game it says it needs to update, which completes successfully.
For the past few weeks it has been downloading at roughly 300kb/s despite the network testing on the console at 38-40Mb/s and downloads via PC and phone for other things are perfectly fine.
As the official broadband partner for Play Station 4 I expected a lot better than what I am seeing.