JAPANESE SECURITY HONEY POT Sony has publicly apologised to people who bought its Playstation Vita over the weekend.
The firm has reacted to user problems with the handset in Japan and has posted its apologies on a customer service page.
A range of problems have affected users, from lack of connectivity through unresponsive touchscreens. Issues do not seem to be limited to a small pool of users either.
"Currently, special office and information center PlayStation ® Vita, has gotten more inquiries contact usually by the time zone we call remained a difficult tie. Apologize for any inconvenience to customers, Sorry," says the customer-facing apology that we have translated through Google.
It said, "Some of the inquiries are questions about PlayStation Vita, by you doing your handy and easy, some cases improved. So we offer a Q & A below, before submitting an inquiry, try you for your check, thank you."
There is a range of home fixes, including turning the device off and on again, and checking to see that it is actually plugged in. µ
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