Menus are at most 3-Options deep, Settings>Option Settings>Deepest Option level.
It is one of the most basic and simplistic options menus I've seen, not sure how you can miss a few options in it.
You have the ability to play your own music while you play a game on the PS4, Music Unlimited app which is a standard app which is pre-installed on the system and even directs you to the app when you first setup the PS4.
From another post I remember you said the PS4 camera doesn't log you into your profile via face login, but it does. It turns on, It see me and I'm logged into my profile. (Not sure what you believe happens)
Are you sure you own a PS4?
That is the second time you have said that, stop it please. Drop the attack routine.
There are some options that weren't in the obvious spot or options that I wish were added to have control over. Its not a big deal. That was at launch by the way, of course now I know my way around it after seeing other tips that users have shared, etc.
Regarding the music, you do know that the Music Unlimited app does not allow you to play your own music don't you? You have to use their streaming service. I have used the free trial of it. I love that the app works in the background, I just want to be able to use it as a media player for music I already own. Do you even own a ps4? (a little joke to illustrate how silly it is to say that)
I want to be able to play the music that I already own, on my ps4 in the back ground either via my network or directly on the system via a usb drive maybe. Currently, there is no way to do that and I would love to see them add that. I could do it on my ps3, I could do it on my 360. Now neither console lets me do that (the X1 is even worse in that there are no apps to play music in the background). Its a feature I'd liked to use. DLNA support is part of that as well.
As far as the camera question. We got cut off before I could tell you, but the point I was making was regarding setup (the setup process reminds me of the process setting up Kinect v1, while the new Kinect setup is fewer steps) and its not a big deal. Once it is setup, it logs in just fine as long as the lighting is good enough. I've been using the feature myself. The only issue I have noticed is in low light or no light (such as only ambient tv light) the camera isn't as reliable (not shocking after having used Kinect v1). But I will remind you that this thread is not about camera issues, so start another thread if you want to discuss it.
I'd heard January 15th (can't confirm) but it supposedly includes DLNA, and CD Playback as major functions, then improved support headset wise.
That would be great. I look forward to it.