PlayStation Network sign in failed due to many reason such as PlayStation Network (PSN) is down due to maintenance or IP address have changed. When PlayStation server is down, probably you got the message, “Login Failed , Unable to sign in to your PlayStation Network. Please try again later.” To check the PlayStation Network, an independent website Down Detector show you the current position of server status. If the PlayStation server is down, don’t worry it will get back soon to online status.
If you’re using a dynamic ISP as it uses DHCP protocol, you’ll be able to sign in once your ISP assigns a new IP address to your router. The message displayed at your screen might be
You are signed out of PlayStation Network.
PlayStation Network might be temporarily busy. Please try again later. You can check the network status by selecting [Settings] > [Network] > [View Status of PlayStaion Netowk Services] or by using your PC or smartphone to access status.playstation.com.(CE-33992-6)
Note : In many cases, if you input the wrong password on your PlayStation login too many times, your account will be automatically suspended for upto 24 hours.
How To Fix PlayStation Network Sign In Failed
Go to Setting > PlayStation Network > Account Management and there you should have sign in option just press on it and it should connect you without asking the email and password.
Solution 1#. System Software Updates
First of all check if there is a new system software update, Go to Settings > System Software Update and download the updated version. Restart your PlayStation, head to Settings > Account Management and click Accept Terms and Conditions.
Solution 2#. Media Server
Head to Settings > Network Settings > Media Server Connection, click to disable media server.
Solution 3#. Automatic Login
Go to Settings > User > Login Settings and tick the box says “Log in to PS4 Automatically“. Now restart your PlayStation and try to sign in.
Solution 4 #. DNS Settings
Go to Settings > Network > Setup Internet Connection, and follow the on screen instruction such as
How do you want to connect to the network – click ‘Use Wi-Fi‘ and select “Custom”.
Now select the Wi-Fi network do you want to use and select your Wi-Fi network. Leave the IP address settings to “Automatic“.
On DHCP Host name screen, select “Do not specify“.
On DNS settings, select “Manual” and enter the Google DNS given below, click “Next”
Primary DNS – 126.96.36.199
Secondary DNS – 188.8.131.52
You can also use OpenDNS IP address given below
Primary DNS – 184.108.40.206
Secondary DNS – 220.127.116.11
In the MTU settings, select “Manual” and enter the MTU value like 1456. On the Proxy Server setting, click “Do not use“. Now click “Test Internet Connection” to check the Internet settings and PlayStation Network sign in.
Solution 5#. Rebuild Database
Turn off your PlayStation and hold the power button for 8 seconds or until your hear a beep for the second time. Then you’ll need to connect your dual shock 4 to your PlayStation using a charging cable and press the ps button. Now you will need to navigate down to the rebuild database option and press ‘X’ on it.
Solution 6#. Factory/Default Settings
Completely turn off your PlayStation and hold the physical power button for about 8 seconds or until your hear a beep for the second time. At this point you will have to connect your dualshock 4 to you ps4 using the charging cable and press the ps button. Then you’ll need to find the reset default settings option and press ‘X’ on it.