How to change profile photo on PS4?

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Instead of using the baked-in Playstation Network avatars, how can I use an actual photograph for my profile image?

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You have to link your PS4 to your Facebook account. Pushsquare, the site that jimlynch linked to is a pretty good “indie” Playstation site for news and tips. It’s a British site, so you might get reviews for games not sold in the US from time to time.

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How to Change Your Profile Picture on the PS4
http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2013/12/guide_how_to_change_your_profile_...

"In addition to a standard PlayStation Network avatar, you can also display a real photograph of yourself to your chosen friends on the PlayStation 4. These images can be grabbed from your Facebook account. You’ll need to ensure that your profile is linked to your Facebook account before following these steps."

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