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If you see a “Sign Out” option here instead, you’re already fully signed in.You can download games from your phone using Sony’s Play Station App, available on Google Play for Android or the App Store for i Phone.Once you’ve confirmed your purchase, tap the “Download to Your PS4” button to immediately begin downloading the game to the Play Station 4 associated with your account.To download a game you’ve already purchased or previously downloaded for free, tap the account icon at the top right corner of the screen. Scroll through the games you have access to and tap the “Download to your PS4” button for any you want to download. You can tap your account icon and select “Download Queue” to view the queue of games you’re downloading and their status.
To check this setting on your PS4, head to Settings Set Features Available in Rest Mode.With the most recent bombcast discussion on the problematic download speeds and even around the forums over the years since the launch of the PSN, people seem to bitch and whine that it's "Sony's problem, not mine, my connection gets xx Mbs......"It's the telephone book for the computers and the internet, I point my browser to my computer goes to 18.104.22.168It's used to make the internet browse-able without having to remember long random addresses and is also used for load balancing, which I will be explain momentarily Without using DNS, the PS3 would have to be hardcoded to contact the SAME IP address as everyone else which is just unfeasible in this day in age of the millions of systems logging in at once With DNS, the PS3 resolves (gets IP Addresses from the configured DNS server) PSN servers then connects to them. To lay this out I need to first go over process downloading something from the PSNWhen a download is about to take place the PS3 has to retrieve a IP address from the DNS server for hostname (human-readible address eg. ISP DNS servers are typically not as advanced or robust as Public DNS servers such as Open DNS or Google DNS, mostly because they are not "location-sensitive" or load sensitive.