IDU (abbreviated from Individual Display Unit) is a mode designed for Kiosk/Demo PS5s meant to demonstrate different game demos, features, etc. usually found in game/electronic stores. On the PS4, it is automatically activated and all content is automatically transferred by using a PS4 IDU disc. This could be the same situation for the PS5, however no discs have been found/confirmed, as of today.
|Select Country or Region|
|Select Language||Multiple languages - the same ones the PS5 supports|
|Select Region||Multiple regions - the same ones the PS5 supports|
|Allow Game Downloads||ON/OFF. Control automatic game demo downloads|
|Allow Video Downloads||ON/OFF. Control automatic trailer downloads|
|Disable Attract Mode Audio||ON/OFF.|
|System Software Version||Displays current installed firmware|
|System Hardware ID||Displays console's ID, not usually shown in Settings|
|Client Version||Displays console's IDU client version, could be something similar to PS4's OMSK|
|Device Name||Displays device name, same found in Settings|
|Installed Bundle||Displays bundle version, could be found on the disc|
|Bundle Name||Displays bundle name, could be the same name as the disc|
- Seems similar to a game hub, with quick launch demos, information, icon and videos (trailer). When there is no bundle installed, a splash screen with "Content unavailable" is displayed.
- Just like PS4, IDU mode restricts both application launching and PlayStation Network features.
- If similar to PS4, by activating IDU Mode it will flash a value to sflash that will prevent the user to remove it if reinstalling the firmware or updating the firmware.