How to Fix If Your PS5 Console Enter Rest Mode?

From the very first day of the PlayStation 5 launch, it seems that an endless number of PS5 bugs or errors are appearing to its users. Though Sony PlayStation has done a great job with this next-gen gaming console that supports up to 120FPS gaming at 4K resolution, plenty of unnecessary issues or errors are troubling to users. For a few weeks or so, many PS5 users have been experiencing the Rest Mode problem that triggers crashes, not saving game progress, charging issues, and more. If you also encounter the same, check how to fix your PS5 Console Enter Rest Mode.

Sony hasn’t provided any patch fix for this problem yet. We’ve to fix this issue temporarily; that’s the only way for the affected PS5 users. However, we can expect a patch fix to arrive pretty soon. Several PS5 console users have reported on the PS5 subreddit about this issue. This particular problem appears to the bunch of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Godfall players who are trying to turn on the PS5 via the DualSense controller from the rest mode.

How to Fix If Your PS5 Console Enter Rest Mode?

How to Fix If Your PS5 Console Enter Rest Mode?

According to the multiple reports that surfaced on various forums, it seems that the PS5 Rest Mode is one of the main reasons behind plenty of errors or issues in recent days. Though the Rest Mode isn’t a new thing for PlayStation console users, it becomes very trendy these days due to its issues. Rest Mode comes to the PS5 by default that applies whenever users don’t play games or touch anything from the controller for at least 20 minutes or so depending on what timeframe is set.

But luckily the Rest Mode can be turned off or go back into the normal mode again. We’ve shared two easy methods to do so.

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1. Turn Off PS5 Rest Mode

Turning off the Rest Mode is way easier than you think. This is almost similar to the auto-lock screen on smartphones. To do this:

  • Head over to the Settings menu from the home screen.
  • From System Settings, select Power Saving.
  • Now, you have to select Set Time Until PS5 Enters Rest Mode.
  • Then choose Don’t Put in Rest Mode.
  • Once done, restart your PS5 console.
  • Enjoy!

2. Go Back to Normal Mode

If in case, your PS5 console enters into the Rest Mode, make sure to press any button on your DualSense controller to wake up the screen. If not, you can switch off your console and turn it on again. Sometimes, only waking up the screen and go back into the normal mode won’t work if you’re already playing any game or paused it. In that scenario, switching off and on the system will only help.

That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this guide useful. If you’ve any queries, let us know in the comment below.

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