IGN: Sony has released a CVt transmission failure statement for PS Vita and PlayStation 4.
The transmission problems, which are often experienced in Japan, have been reported on several occasions.
According to Sony, the issues occur when the system’s firmware is modified to allow for a CV T signal.
A CVT signal is an electromagnetic wave that occurs when a radio frequency signal is passed through a semiconductor.
CVT transmissions are used to transmit data between different electronic devices.
This allows the data to be passed over the internet.
In theory, a CV-T signal should be possible on both PS Vita or PS4 systems, but a faulty CVT chip is usually present in one system, causing a CT signal to fail.
Sony says it has “further investigation to determine what may have caused this transmission failure.”
Accordingly, PlayStation 4 users with this problem should immediately contact their retailer and/or Sony support if they encounter any problems.
You can also contact your local Sony dealer.