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PS4 4.50 Firmware Update, How to Setup Your External HDD And Running

With the PS4 4.50 firmware update, you can now hook up an external hard drive to your PS4. If you were wondering how you can do that then you have come to the right place. We have made the process fairly simple for you. Follow this step by step guide and you will have your external hard drive up and running in no time.

Also check out: Sony Is Happy With PS4 Pro Sales As It Seems To Be Performing Better Than PS4 Slim

PS4 4.50 Firmware Update

How To Use your External Hard Drive

Step 1: Ensuring USB 3.0 Utilization

Be sure that the external hard drive you opt for has USB 3.0 compatibility. External and portable drives will often have this feature but be sure just in case.

Step 2: Formating The Hard Drive

Now that you have the external storage device you will need to format it so that you can use it with the PS4 4.50 firmware update. This is a fairly simple process, all you need to do is plug it into one of the ports on the PS4 and go to settings, devices and find the USB Storage Devices option. You will then be asked to format the external hard drive which is a snappy process and should not take long.

Step 3: Check For The Green light Icon

Now that the formatting part is out of the way all you need to do is fo to your storage devices and check for the green light icon next to the storage device you just formatted. This is an indication that your device is ready to use.

That is pretty much all you need to do in order to get your external storage working on the PS4 4.50 firmware update. Once this has been done, you will be given the option of using the formatted external hard drive you just formatted or keep on using the internal storage.

Let us know what you think about the PS4 4.50 firmware update.

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Aquaculture Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 (Minecraft’s Fishing System)

Welcome to Aquaculture Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2! An expansion of Minecraft’s fishing system. In Aquaculture you never know what you’ll catch. Every biome is home to tons of unique fish you can only catch in that biome, and there’s a myriad of new loot items you can randomly catch while fishing. All of this is made possible […]

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Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide – Combat, Leveling Up, Skills, Limit Break

Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about rerolling into your desired heroes, leveling up, and the game’s combat mechanics.

While it’s a fairly simple experience in general, Fire Emblem Heroes can be a tad intimidating for some players. This guide aims to prevent that and details some of the game’s most basic mechanics including character level, combat, skills, and more.

For more help on Fire Emblem Heroes, read out our Orbs Farming Guide, Marathon Guide, and Individual Character Guide.

Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide

In our Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about getting better heroes, leveling up, combat, and more.

Fire Emblem Heroes Starter’s Guide

Rerolling into Desired Heroes

The first and foremost thing to remember is that you need at least 20 orbs for multi-summon. Luckily, you only need to play the initial three missions to get a total of 20.

In case of an error, try and avoid heading back to the Title Menu and continue tapping retry. If you’re on a rooted Android device, you need to use any FileExplorer to open up Android > Data > com.nintendo.zada > shared_prefs > deviceAccount.xml and delete the ‘deviceAccount.xml’.

Doing this should allow you to avoid downloading the entire game data all over again. Lastly, don’t link the game to your Nintendo account otherwise you’d have to completely uninstall the game in order to re-roll.

Once you’ve your desired hero, try to rank it up to max i.e. 5 stars as soon as possible. Doing so will allow you to progress through the game’s Arena and Story modes at a much faster pace.

Combat System

The game’s combat system is as simple as it can get. Elemental damage plays a huge part in the game and can quickly turn the tides of a battle.

As a general rule of thumb, red weapons are stronger than green weapons which are stronger than blue weapons which are stronger than red weapons. Keeping this in view, it’s a good idea to have a versatile team that can counter anything thrown at it.

As for damage output, a stronger weapon will deal about 30% additional damage to a hero with weaker weapon.

Some units in the game also deal effective damage which is something you need to keep in mind. For instance, bows deal effective damage to flying units. Finally, always beware of the Danger Area.

This area basically dictates whether your units can be attacked or not. If you or your units have yet to prepare for battle, avoid the Danger Area.

Leveling Up

When it comes to leveling up your units, there are multiple ways of doing so. The first one is fairly obvious that involves killing opposing units and accumulating EXP. However, if you’re not good in combat, you can level your units up using Crystals.

The game also features the concept of power leveling. In case you wish to power level in the game, you need to make sure that you spend your hard-earned orbs on buying the Castle.

The reason why you should do it is because the Castle essentially doubles up the amount of EXP you earn. Therefore, if you want to level up your units incredibly fast, this is the way to go!

Leveling up your units fast should allow you to gain access to a plethora of Skill Points which are earned by engaging in combat and leveling up your units. As the name suggests, the Skill Points are important because they’re required to purchase new skills.

Lastly, a unit can rank by +1 as soon as it hits Level 20 which unlocks additional skills and increases the unit’s stats. However, at higher levels, a new concept comes into play. Known as the Limit Breaker, the basically allows players with duplicates of a same hero to go beyond stats’ cap and earn more skills.

This is all we have on our Fire Emblem Heroes Beginner’s Guide. If there is anything else you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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Farseek Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 for Minecraft

Farseek Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 is a Scala API for Minecraft, used by the Streams and Repose mods. Requires: Minecraft Forge How to install Farseek Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2: Download and install Minecraft Forge. Download the mod. Click on the Start Menu in Windows. Type run into the search box, and select the Run program at the top of […]

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Helper Tools Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2

Helper Tools Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 is a simple mod focused on alternatives for helping around with survival mode building and more. Features: Craft various tools to help with construction. Expanding Rod: helps you place blocks faster and build bigger. Metamorphic Stave: lets you swap blocks in the world, making replacing a breeze. Euclidean Transposer (Pattern tool): […]

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AbyssalCraft Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 (Scray Mobs, Pets, Bosses)

AbyssalCraft Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 adds many new items, mobs and tools to Minecraft. This mod also adds a new dimension. The dimension has similarities of being a darker avatar of the overworld, populated by undead creatures, who appear in the overworld as well, at certain biomes. Features: 2 new types of stone, called “Darkstone” (It’s 20% […]

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