On November 25, PS5 received a new firmware update number 20.02-02.26.00. Sony clarified that the update fixes a bug with installed disk versions of games that were removed from the console for some unknown reason.
In addition, the update fixes a bug where Dualsenses stopped charging via the front USB ports if you put the console in sleep mode.
This is the second PS5 update that improves system stability — the first one has released a week ago, on November 17.
Previously, some users of the standard PS5 complained about noise due to the regular rotation of disks in the drive — and extraneous sound can be heard even if the installed game is not running on the console.