How to play PlayStation 4 games on your Android phone

PlayStation 4 games on your Android phone
With the release of the Steam Link beta app from Valve an entire new world of prospects has spread out in terms of mobile gaming. The Link app permits you to play all of your steam games on any android device with Lollipop or above and seems to try and do it very well from the testing I actually have done.

The Link app will have another fig up its sleeve tho'. it's extremely simply a complicated and swish running screen mirroring service with wireless input control, which implies you'll be able to solid something from your pc to your mobile device including your PlayStation 4! The PS4 allows you to stream your games to your computer and with the Link, it is easy to stream those to your mobile device.

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Step-by-step instructions

  1. First, follow the instructions to set up your Stream Link app.
  2. Follow the instructions by Sony to set up remote play on your computer.
  3. Start the Remote Play app so you see your PS4 screen on your computer.
  4. Start the Stream Link app.
  5. Tap start enjoying. the pc screen will load into Steams big image mode.
  6. Use Alt-Tab to pick your Remote Play screen.
  7. Enjoy PS4 on your mobile device!
Because of the screen mirroring this will work on any system, not just the PlayStation 4, the Xbox can work too, you just need to Alt-tab over to the right screen. I've even used it to try and do some 3d style work with my wireless mouse outside within the sun!

One little caveat with this particular mobile PS4 setup is the controller. because the Remote Play app needs you to connect your PS4 Sixaxis directly into your computer, your vary may be limited. there's a wireless adapter you'll be able to purchase for your PS4 remote and it will reportedly work with Remote Play however at the time of writing, i could not make sure that.

One way to induce around this can be using 2 controllers, one to plug into the pc so it recognizes it and one connected to the PlayStation that you will use wirelessly, this looks to work dead.

So is it value doing?
The necessary hoops to induce this to work is excessive — Sony is an android manufacturer and technically could make the Remote Play app work on any android device — however if you're willing to require the time, playing your PS4 anyplace in your house is really good fun.

Let us know what you're thinking that of this workaround within the comments section.

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