PS3 Firmware v4.10 Provides Dropbox Support

February 8, 2012

News

As many of you PS3 owners may have noticed, the system had a new firmware last night that changed the name of the PlayStation Network to Sony Entertainment Network. Aside from that, the internet browser received a massive update by becoming much more stable and significantly faster in loading websites. However, one site that never truly worked on the PS3 before was Dropbox, the online cloud service where you can store up to 2 GB of data. Thanks to the updated browser, Dropbox is now fully supported and easy to access so that now, you can transfer all your music, photos and video without the worries of needing a USB drive. This certainly provides a big convenience for those who store their media content on Dropbox and would like to share it to their PS3 HDD.

Have you found any other hidden features? If so, sound off in the comments below!

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