I just went through this myself and I thought it would be helpful for others if I laid out the steps I took to get my PS3 system out from the 8002F310 error loop.I don't think it matters much, but this is a second-generation fat PS3 with an upgraded hard drive that I did NOT want to have to reformat.Danish, German, English (United Kingdom), English (United States), Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), French (Canada), French (France), Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese The Play Station 4 features two graphics APIs, a low level API named GNM and a high level API named GNMX.Most people start with the GNMX API which wraps around GNM and manages the more esoteric GPU details in a way that's a lot more familiar if users are used to platforms like Direct3D 11.The developers of The Crew put a lot of work into the move to the lower-level GNM, and in the process the tech team found out just how much work Direct X does in the background in terms of memory allocation and resource management.Besides the kernel and related components, other components included and worth mentioning are Cairo, j Query, Lua, Mono, Open SSL, Web Kit, and the Pixman rendering library.We have been working on a new PS3 system software update that requires all PSN users to change their password once Play Station Network is restored.The update (v3.61) is mandatory and is available now.
According to Sony, game developers are loving the compiler toolchain except when it comes to the area of debugging.
This update is purely to improve system stability.”You can download the update to a USB stick by heading over to either the US or UK Play Station sites.
According to Play Station UK, you’ll need 200MB of free space: An update to the Play Station 3 system software was released on 2 June 2015.
It then rebooted and began to update the firmware on the system.
It again reached 99%, then hung for a while, and finally it died, telling me to turn off and unplug the PS3, retry the installation, and then call tech support with 8002F310 as the error code.