PS4 error WV-33898-1

What is PS4 error WV-33898-1?

PS4 error WV-33898-1 is an error that usually occurs when the user is unable to access the webpage on the browser.

 

How can you fix PS4 error WV-33898-1?

Some of the solutions to this error include checking for a system software update and testing your internet connection.

 

Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.

Staff Asked on October 11, 2017 in Playstation.
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Solution 1. Check for a System Software Update

If your PS4 is working but then you encounter PS4 error WV-33898-1, it may be caused by a server maintenance, please check PSN, if they are under maintenance.

It may also be caused by a new System Software Update.  To check for updates, go to setting and look for System Software Update.

NOTE: It is also a good practice that every time an error appears and a server maintenance ends, check for a System Software Update.  

RE: PS4 error wv-33898-1

If the problem arises after an update, you may want to enter Safe Mode to “Rebuild Database.”

Step 1. Enter Safe Mode
You can watch the guide here on YouTube

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Step 2. Select the Rebuild Database

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Staff Answered on October 26, 2017.
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Solution 2. Test your Internet Connection

PS4 error WV-33898-1 may also be caused by a problematic home network or your ISP is causing the problem. To test it, please see below.

NOTE: If you are connected to a private network, please call the IT administrator to assist you.

  1. Turn off your PS4 and your Modem for at least 30 seconds.
    NOTE: If you have a router, bypass it and directly connect to the modem.
  2. If you have a router try to configure it by setting a Static Ip address with a DNS server for your PS4 using this YouTube video tutorial here.
  3. If you’re using a WiFi connection, try using an ethernet cable.
  4. Test the connection status of the PS4 in [Settings] > [Network] > [Test Internet Connection].
  5. If your home network is used by other users check if they are using a large amount of bandwidth. If it is, wait until it is finished.

If you still can’t identify where the problem is, call your Internet service provider. They might have a problem.

Staff Answered on October 26, 2017.
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