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Fix PlayStation 4 Share Function Error Code CE-34719-4

This particular error is plaguing various PlayStation 4 users. 


If you've been attempting to share media via the PlayStation 4's share function this morning or any time in the last day or so, you've probably ran into error code CE-34719-4. If you're concerned that you'll just never be able to share screenshots and clips again to social media, don't panic. There's a widespread issue going on right now that folks are experiencing, and it isn't just you.

This error appears to be forcing players to sign into Twitter when they try to share gameplay or screenshots to Twitter, and then when logged in, the error code CE-34719-4 persists. It appears that unless Sony pushes through an update of some sort, this may be something that we have to deal with for the foreseeable future, unless there's some sort of workaround coming down the pipeline.

Research indicates that this code has been appearing off and on since 2017 at various times, and it appears Sony hasn't released anything official with it, but we'll bring you a fix or ideas on how to bypass it if at all possible when something emerges. 

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    June 17, 2018 9:48 AM

    Brittany Vincent posted a new article, Fix PlayStation 4 Share Function Error Code CE-34719-4

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      June 17, 2018 1:45 PM

      This has nothing to do with fixing the error.

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      June 18, 2018 2:21 PM

      talk about a click bait headline. article lists no solution at all. it's not even really an article.

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      August 25, 2020 2:34 PM

      I made an account on this miserable website just to say that this is one of the most shameless examples of clickbait I’ve ever seen. There’s literally no information in this “article” that was worth even clicking on the link to this page. Or making an account to tell you this, for that matter. Eh. Fuck this article.

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