The PS5 right now has many bugs and the system updates are also plenty. Every week Sony patches things up and releases the newest updates. This can be a bit frustrating for the user though as the user has to install a lot of system update files.
The CE-107520-5 is one such update-related error. Today, we are going to be fixing this error for you. But before the fix, let us see what the error is about and the reasons behind it.
What is the PS5 CE-107520-5 error code?
The PS5 CE-107520-5 error code occurs when your system software is not updated. Most games always require you to have the latest system software files installed.
If the updates aren’t installed, the games won’t work. So, the fix would be to simply update the system software, right? Well, yeah. That’s one of them. But what if the system software update doesn’t download? Well, we have that covered too.
Reasons for the PS5 error code CE-107520-5
The primary reasons for this error code are listed below:
- The PS5 isn’t updated to the latest system software.
- There is a bug in the update system (either client-side or server-side).
- The system software update is not being downloaded.
Fixes for the PS5 error code CE-107520-5
Fix 1: Update the console
The one real fix to the PS5 error code CE-107420-5 is to update the system software in a proper fashion. To update the system software follow the steps below:
- Just go to the System Settings and select the update option.
- Hit X on the update option and now you can update the console.
- If an error occurs during the update, restart the console and retry the update process.
Fix 2: Update Manually
If the PS5 doesn’t update automatically, you can try a manual update. For updating a PS5 manually, you can follow the steps below:
- Go to Sony’s official website and download the latest version of the update.
- When you have downloaded the update file, copy it to the USB device. Create a folder and name it PS5. Inside it make a folder named UPDATE and copy the files here.
- Go to the PS5 system and then update the file from the USB device.
Fix 3: Reset the console
If the fixes that we discussed above still can’t fix the problem, you should do a hard reset. This will revert back all the changes to the default settings and help you get the best out of your console. To reset the console, you need to first boot it up in safe mode.
Do this by holding the power button (from a turned-off state) and then releasing it after a while. Once the console is booted in safe mode, select the option to reset the system. Wait for a while and there you go, the PS5 is now successfully reset. After the reset completes, you can update the system and use it like normal.
Update errors aren’t really new for the PS5 console. There are many update errors that can happen and the error code CE-107520-5 is one of them.
This error is fixable as it is just a simple software bug but the way to solve it is a bit difficult. You can find the fixes above useful if you follow them step by step. If the fixes don’t work, you can always try Sony’s customer service for more help and info.