Updating ps3 firmware from usb
From here select [System Settings], followed by [System Information], and you'll see the PS3 system software version displayed here.To find out what the latest available version is, you can look for, and download, the software at eu.playstation.com, from the Play Station 3 Help & Support section of the site.You can update the system software by any of the following methods: System Update - If your PS3 is online, the most straightforward way to update the system software is using the Play Station 3 itself.Navigate to Settings on the PS3 Home Menu, select [System Update] and then [Update via Internet] and your PS3 will check if you have the latest version. PC Update - Visit au.for the very latest version of the update data.Follow the on-screen instructions to download to your PC.To transfer the update data to your Play Station 3, save the file to a PS3 compatible storage device such as Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, USB drive or PSP.Before starting, use your PC to create a folder named 'PS3' on the storage media or USB device.It controls everything, including what types of content and which features you can access on your PS3.
New settings, new features and new functionality can be included in an update; as the system software evolves, only a PS3 with the latest update installed will be able to make full use of these enhancements.
Each update is numbered so you can quickly see what the latest version is - the higher the number, the more recent the update. To find out which version of the system software you currently have installed on your Play Station 3, navigate through the Home Menu of your PS3 to the Settings category.
If you cannot download the software update on your PS4 directly, there is a way to do it with a USB key.
Go to the Play Station Blog and download the update file to your PC.
Then follow the included instructions below and use a USB device to perform a complete System 1.51 update.