Turning your PS4™ system on and off
Posted by DTG Support (Trains) on 23 July 2018 10:51 AM
Turning on your system|
You can turn on your PS4™ system in either of the following ways.
Turning off your system
- Press the power button.
- Press the PS button on a paired controller.
- The power indicator blinks blue and then turns white to let you know your system is on.
Disconnect the AC power cord from the electrical outlet only when the power indicator is off. If you disconnect it while the power indicator is lit or blinking, data might be lost or corrupted, and you might damage your system.
Putting your system in rest mode
When your PS4™ system is in rest mode, it keeps operating, but at a lower power consumption. You can set the system to download files and charge a controller while it's in rest mode.
You can put your PS4™ system in rest mode using any of these methods.
When your PS4™ system enters rest mode, the display darkens, the power indicator blinks white and then turns orange.
- Select Power from the function screen, and then select Enter Rest Mode.
- Select Power > Enter Rest Mode on the quick menu.
- Press and hold the power button until the system beeps.
To exit rest mode, turn on your system.
- To put your system in rest mode, you must select the checkboxes for the options in Settings > Power Save Settings > Set Features Available in Rest Mode.
- If Enter Rest Mode does not appear, select Power Options > Enter Rest Mode.
- When an upload or download starts or finishes, the power indicator blinks orange.
Turning off the power completely
You can turn off your PS4™ system in any of these ways.
When you turn off your system, the display darkens, the power indicator blinks white and then turns off.
- Select Power from the function screen, and then select Turn Off PS4.
- Select Power > Turn Off PS4 on the quick menu.
- Press and hold the power button for at least 7 seconds (until the system beeps twice).
- If Turn Off PS4 does not appear, select Power Options > Turn Off PS4.
- With the default settings, your PS4™ system will automatically enter rest mode or turn off when it hasn't been used for a certain period of time. If an application is active, such as when a video is playing, the system might not automatically enter rest mode or turn off. To change the setting, select Settings > Power Save Settings > Set Time Until PS4 Turns Off from the function screen, and then select Media Playback or General (Applications).
- When you turn off your system or put your system in rest mode, all users are logged out.