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You can't—they are separate versions of the game. PE is Pocket Edition and its multiplayer servers are incompatible with other versions of the game.
YES As of 2/2/2015, Borderlands multiplayer functionality on PS3 has been restored. From the Article: ...Now, we're happy to announce that multiplayer will be restored to Borderlands 1 on PS3 today in both North America and Europe (and Japan is coming soon!). Upon launching Borderlands 1 on PS3, you'll be prompted to download an update that ...
In this case, since you are using a PS3, the answer is no. If you are signed in to your profile, let's call is Steve and the other user is Bob, then being signed in as Steve won't affect Bob's save file information at all.
You have to use the PS3 Data Transfer Utility. Data on your PS3's hard drive gets encrypted and can only be decrypted on that same physical machine. The Data Transfer Utility decrypts on your old machine, sends that data across to your new PS3 via an ethernet cable, where it is encrypted on the new console.
Two main differences : First one is graphical, PS4 version is slightly enhanced visually. Second one, PS4 version only works on PS4, PS3 version only works on PS3 (Worth mentioning there is no retro/post-compatibility)
Unfortunately, this won't work. The PS3 only uses USB/Bluetooth headsets for sound inputs. From the PS3 Compatible Headsets FAQ: Please note that a headset is only used for in-game communication and will not output the sounds from a game. However, the PS3 seems to support multi-audio out, it just isn't clear if that's only on the TOSLINK connector or ...
Really the only differences is the somewhat more simplified Nemesis system. Basically, the system is more limited on the PS3/Xbox 360 versions, because it apparently relies on some quite heavy content, calculations and AI. I have not been able to find a simple comparison of what's missing or simplified. However, it should come down to the system feeling a ...
I had the exact same issue as you and had the "Wireless Channel has interference" error. After changing the password multiple times I ended up calling my ISP and had them ship me a new modem and setup the router. Using the new SSID with the same username/pass (not that it matters I think) it connected to my PS3 successfully. Sucked, but it's working now.
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