My WiFi Network Isn’t Showing Up on My PS4: A Quick Fix

If you’re a gamer, you know how frustrating it can be when your PlayStation 4 won’t connect to your WiFi network. It can be especially frustrating when you know that your WiFi network is up and running, but your PS4 just doesn’t seem to be able to pick it up. In this post, we’ll show you a quick fix for this annoying problem.

One gamer who goes by the name of “BK” recently experienced this issue and found a simple solution. He was staying in Ukraine where he had a router that supported 5G WiFi. He switched all his devices to 5G, but when he returned home, his PS4 was unable to connect to any WiFi network.

To solve the problem, BK discovered that he needed to change the WiFi frequency band setting on his PS4. By default, the PS4 is set to pick up only 5G WiFi, but if your network doesn’t support 5G, your PS4 won’t be able to connect. Here’s how to fix it:

1. Go to the PS4 main menu and select “Settings”

2. Click on “Network”

3. Select “Set Up Internet Connection”

4. Select “WiFi” or “LAN Cable,” depending on your setup

5. Select “Custom”

6. When you get to the “WiFi Frequency Bands” screen, select “Automatic” instead of “5G only”

That’s it! Once you’ve made this change, your PS4 should be able to pick up any available WiFi network. You don’t need to delete any existing settings or do anything else. The change should take effect immediately.

We hope this quick fix has helped you solve the problem of your WiFi network not showing up on your PS4. Happy gaming!