Hello my ps4 is having trouble identifying a wifi control, before anything else, this control has been tested on another console, and the problem also occurs with the other control I have, so the possibility of being the control is discarded.
So, what happens when the console goes into standby mode and turn ON, it stops identify the wifi control, the control light blinks several times.
It also happened when I connected to a wifi network, so I only use LAN cable.
Even turning it off and on or with restart or any control reset as well.
Other problem that when you turn the ps4 blinks a white light for more than 5 minutes until it actually shuts off.
which makes it work again:
"Initialisation of PS4" , then turning it off, and pulling it off (wait more than 10 min) and turning it back on
again, it works again, I play normally without using standby mode connected to the network cable.
Although it did not make sense to wait 10 mins, that was what actually worked.
Accidentally when it goes into standby I have to do the whole process again, and download all the games, and restore the psn plus saves.
A palliative solution was to turn off the standby mode, I would like a help to solve the problem.
Even if I go back to normal doing all this, maybe it's a hardware problem?
Edit: found the error code: CE-30993-4
and i was able to serch for this error in google:
Guys I had the same problem and I found the solution!!! I will tell you exactly how I did it
Step 1: turned on ps4
step 2: if you have a psvita registered to the ps4 access from their into the home page of the ps4
Step 2: if you do not have a ps vita continue to follow the process.
Step 3: Turn on All Controllers even if unable to sync to ps4 system
Step 4: Grab anything close to a paper clip and stick it into the tiny hole near the L2 Button under controller for 10 seconds on only ONE of the controllers
Step 5: With care pull the cable from the back of the ps4 off the system
Step 6: After a few moments put back the cables into the ps4 system then turn it on
Step 7: After the system reboots itself completely it will ask to push the ps button and hooray:
As seen by other answers in this forum ppl took for repair the bluetooth/wifi and don't solve, seems the be a bug or something (software)
And I'll leave this thread open, because I'm looking for a definitive solution, this may happen again.