PS4 Error SU-30746-0? [Stuck on System Update 9.0 Error FIX 2021]

PS4 Error SU-30746-0 has occurred? Controller Not Connecting? Won’t Connect?

How do you fix an Error Code SU-30746-0 stuck on System Software Update 9.00?

No need to worry because many users have complained PS4 never reboots after an update.

If you are looking to solve this method then you are on the right website because I have compiled several solutions below to solve your problem

So, Let’s begin!

Let’s first exactly understand why PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Controller Won’t Connect?

What causes PS4 Error SU-30746-0?

PS4 Error SU-30746-0 occurs when the system is unable to find the correct update file to update the PS4 system software. It is usually a software issue and not a hardware issue.

So, rest assured as you can fix it and the upcoming 3 fixes are the most popular solutions that have reported fixing their PS4 Error SU-30746-0 stuck on System Software Update 9.00.

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Video Guide to Fix PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Update Frozen

How do I fix System Update Error on PS4?

There are many fixes you can try to get rid of the update Error. Following are 3 fixes that should definitely work.

We will start off by restarting your PS4, and see if this quick fix works as it can be a software glitch that can be removed by a simple restart.

Solution 1: Restart PS4 in Safe Mode to Fix PS4 Error SU-30746-0

So restarting PS4 in safe mode has solved PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Controller Not Connecting for many users.

It will allow you to access your home screen from where you can update the latest software.

Just follow the steps:

  1. Turn off  your PS4 by pressing the power button on the front panel
  2. Press and hold the power button until you hear the second beep and will boot in Safe Mode
  3. Now connect DUALSHOCK 4(DS4) to a USB cable and press the PS button on the controller to  pair it
  4. Select Restart PS4 and press X to reboot your console in Safe Mode
  5. If your screen shows up then you can simply update your system software

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Solution 2: Updating Console through Safe Mode to Fix Controller Not Working/Connecting

System Software Update - PS4 Error SU-30746-0

Best Solution for PS4 System Update Error

And its mostly used when the PS4 system has this PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Controller Not Working

Before starting this just make sure you turn off your PS4 completely(not in sleep mode)

So let’s fix this

  1. Go to the PS4 official website and download the latest firmware available and store it in a USB drive( you can skip this step if your console has an internet connection through an ethernet cable)
  2. Press and hold the power button until you hear the second beep and will boot in Safe Mode
  3. Now connect DUALSHOCK 4(DS4) to a USB cable and press the PS button on the controller to  pair it
  4. After enabling Safe Mode, select Update System Software
  5. Select update from USB Storage Device and select OK
  6. And if you have an ethernet cable connected to your console then you should select Update Using Internet.
  7. After the process is finished restart your PS4 and check if PS4 Error SU-30746-0 is fixed

If updating your console through safe mode didn’t help in solving PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Controller NOT Working, then initializing in Safe Mode would definitely.

Solution 3: Initialize in Safe Mode to Fix PS4 Error SU-30746-0

PS4 safe mode - PS4 Error SU-30746-0

By initializing your console all the system settings will be restored to default or you can say factory reset and this is the least you can go to solve your problem

Make sure the external USB drive should be large enough to store your PS4 data and should be formatted to FAT

How do I start my PS4 in Safe Mode?

The following steps will guide you to backup your PS4 first and then initialize it in safe mode.

  1. Connect your USB drive to your PS4
  2. Go to PS4 Settings and select System
  3. Select Back Up and Restore > Back Up PS4
  4. Now select the data you want to backup and select Next
  5. Assign a name to your backup and choose Back Up
  6. Press the X button on your controller and your data will start backing up
  7. Unplug your USB drive from the console after your data is fully backed up
  8. Now go back to PS4 settings and scroll down to choose Initialization
  9. Select Initialize PS4 > Full initialization
  10. Then follow on-screen instructions to complete the process
  11. Remember DO NOT turn your PS4 OFF during initialization as this will bring some irrecoverable damages to your PS4

Most users suggest using Safe Mode while initialization which is more effecting

And here’s how you can enable it

  1. Turn off  your PS4 by pressing the power button on the front panel
  2. Press and hold the power button until you hear the second beep and will boot in Safe Mode
  3. Select Initialize PS4 (Reinstall System Software) option

I hope these solutions will solve PS4 Error SU-30746-0 Controller Not Working after update 9.0 and,

Do let me know which solution best fits you in the comment section

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