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PlayStation Now on PC

Get instant access to a huge on demand game collection on Windows PC.

Get instant access to a huge on demand game collection on Windows PC.

PlayStation gaming on your PC

Download the PS Now app, connect a controller and start streaming hundreds of games on demand.

  • No PS4? No problem – all you need is a PlayStation Network account and a compatible controller to start playing.
  • Stream the entire PS Now game collection to your Windows PC, on-demand.
  • Save your game progress to the PS Now cloud and continue playing wherever you sign in – on Windows PC or PS4.
  • Access the entire game library with a free seven-day trial for new members. Download the app and find your next favourite game.

Get set up

Sign up now or sign in to an existing subscription to continue playing.

Install the PS Now app

You’ll have access to the full game collection on your Windows PC, just as you would on console.

Connect your controller

Connect a compatible controller via a USB port to start playing.

Play on PC, PS5 and PS4

Stream games on PC, save your progress and continue playing on any Windows PC or PlayStation console that you sign in on.

The best of PlayStation on PC

PS Now is the only place to play iconic PlayStation games on your PC or laptop – including The Last of Us, Bloodborne and many more*.

System requirements

Minimum spec

  • Windows 10
  • Core i3 2.0 GHz
  • 300 MB of available storage
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • Sound card; USB port
  • Windows 10
  • 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster
  • 300 MB or more of available storage
  • 2 GB or more of RAM
  • Sound card; USB port

PlayStation™Now (PS Now) subscription only available to account holders of PlayStation Network (PSN)  who are aged 18 and over with access to PlayStation®Store (PS Store) and high-speed internet (recommended min connection speed 5 Mbps).  

PS Store and PS Now subject to terms of use and country and language restrictions. Service availability is not guaranteed. For PS Now on PC, minimum system requirements apply and can be found at www.playstation.com/psnow-pc-faq. PS Now games may differ from or lack some of the features that can be found in downloaded or disc-based games.  Games included in PS Now are subject to change at any time. Approved payment method details required. PS Now subscription is an ongoing subscription with a recurring subscription fee which is charged every month (at the then current Store price). If eligible for a trial and you do not cancel your PlayStation Now trial prior to the end of your trial it will automatically roll into a paid-for ongoing subscription on that basis.  Current and/or previous PS Now subscribers/trialists are not eligible for a trial. PS Now trials not available to current and/or previous PS Now subscribers/trialists and only 1 trial is available per user. Full terms apply: PSN Terms of Service at playstation.com/legal. For further important information about PS Now go to https://www.playstation.com/legal/important-information-about-the-ps-now-service/.

Sours: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/ps-now/ps-now-on-pc/

PSPlay: Unlimited PS Remote Play (PS5/ PS4)


PSPlay offers you the possibility to remote control your PS5/ PS4 without limitations. You can play your favorite games remotely while you are away (your router at home must be configured accordingly in order to connect over mobile data from away, more information below*). PSPlay has been optimized to provide streaming experiences with the lowest possible latency. Third-Party controllers and mobile data connections are supported.

Differences to the official PS Remote Play app


• Dualsense/ Dualshock and 3rd Party controller support for all Android devices
• PSPlay allows to use mobile data*
You MUST configure your router at home to allow this. More information below
• Supports Android TV devices
• Supports gamepad button mapping
• You can register multiple PS5/ PS4 profiles
• Supports customization of onscreen gamepad layout
• PSPlay supports rooted devices
• You can use PSPlay as virtual Dualshock for your PS5/ PS4
• Supports older PS4 firmware from 5.05 and newer
• Picture-In-Picture mode (requires Android 8.0 or newer)
• Multi-Window support (requires Android 7.0 or newer)
• Recording and capturing your screen is allowed *(3rd Party app required)

Hardware recommendations


• Dual core CPU highly recommended
• 2 GB or more of RAM
• 1024 × 768 or higher display resolution
• A wired internet connection for your PS5/ PS4 is strongly recommended
• Your device should be connected to a 5GHz WiFi for minimum delays
• A high-speed internet connection with upload and download speeds of at least 15 Mbps

PSPlay allows you to remote control any PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 game which supports Remote Play. Play games like GTA V, Fortnite, Crash Bandicoot, The Last of Us, FIFA and many more on your device. Or just use PSPlay as virtual Dualshock gamepad for your PS5/ PS4.

Main Features


- Easy Connection Setup
- Streaming from your PS5/ PS4 to your device with low latency
- Dualshock and 3rd Party controller support for all Android devices
- Use PSPlay as virtual Dualshock controller for your PS5/ PS4

Community


- https://www.reddit.com/r/PSPlay

Demonstration video


- https://youtu.be/34sYCwNaYyM (<- subscribe to these guys :D)
- https://youtu.be/H-OgY4qdPsw

Problems with the PSN login


This problem only affects users with PS4 firmware 7.0 or later where a PSN login must be performed to get your PSN-Account ID. Recently, some users reported problems when performing the PSN login. If you have problems to login to your PSN account just tell me your PSN user name and I will find out your PSN-Account ID for you. You can write me an email and I will try to reply as fast as possible. More information here:

http://grill2010.github.io/psplay/index.html#line8

In case you have any other problems or suggestions for improvements feel free to contact me at [email protected] I will try to answer as soon as possible. All information about PSPlay can be found here:

http://grill2010.github.io/psplay/index.html



PSPlay works with the latest PS5/ PS4 firmware. Please do not upgrade to a newer PS5/ PS4 firmware version if available until it is proven that PSPlay is still working. However, if you have updated and PSPlay has stopped working, it will take some time for me to fix the problems. So please keep that in mind.

*Please note: if you want to play over the internet when you are not at home you MUST configure port forwarding on your router. Otherwise, playing remotely will not work when you are not connected to your local network at home. You can find more information here:

http://grill2010.github.io/psplay/index#line5

Disclaimer: PS5, PS4, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Dualsense, Dualshock and PSN are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. PSPlay is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with Sony Computer Entertainment Inc, or any associated subsidiaries, logos or trademarks.

Sours: https://play.google.com/
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PS Remote Play

A PS5 console or PS4 console is required for Remote Play.

With Remote Play, you can control your PlayStation® console remotely wherever you have a high-speed internet connection.
Using the [PS Remote Play] app, you can control your PlayStation®5 console or PlayStation®4 console from a device at a different location.
For example, you can use a computer in another room or a smartphone when you’re out to enjoy PS5™ and PS4™ games.

The following are the different combinations of compatible devices and PlayStation consoles for using Remote Play. For instructions on downloading the app and getting started with Remote Play, go to one of the links below.

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With the [PS4 Link] app, you can remotely control your PS4 console with a PlayStation®Vita system or PlayStation®TV system.
Find out more about how to set up and use Remote Play on your systems in the PS Vita User’s Guide or the PS TV User’s Guide.

Depending on the content or how it’s used, Remote Play may not be available. For details, see “Restrictions”.

[PS Remote Play] Update Information

Version 4.5 for Windows PC:

  • Ukrainian is now supported.
  • Stability during use of some features has been improved.

Version 4.5 for Mac computer:

  • Ukrainian is now supported.
  • Stability during use of some features has been improved.

Mobile version:

Visit Google Play™ or the App Store for update information.

Restrictions

  • Some games don't support Remote Play.
    Games that require peripherals such as PlayStation®VR or PlayStation®Camera aren’t compatible with Remote Play.
  • You can’t use Remote Play on your PS5 console or PS4 console in the following situations:

    • When you’re using Share Screen or Share Play, or broadcasting your gameplay.
    • When users are using Remote Play, Share Play, or Share Screen, or broadcasting their gameplay.
    • When you’re playing a Blu-ray Disc™ or DVD.
    • When you’re using PS VR in VR mode.
  • The following restrictions apply when using Remote Play:

    • You can’t use Share Screen or Share Play, or broadcast your gameplay.
    • You can’t play a Blu-ray Disc™ or DVD.
    • You can’t play music with Spotify®.
    • Some or all video content might not be displayed on your device depending on the game or video service.
  • For details on audio input and output during Remote Play, visit our support website.

  • This site is subject to change without notice.
  • Screen images are composite images. Illustrations and screen images may vary from the actual product.
  • Information about system functionality and images published on this site may vary depending on the PS5 or PS4 system software version or the version of the application installed on your computer or mobile device that’s in use.

  • PlayStation Family Mark”, “PlayStation”, “PS5”, “PS4” and “DUALSHOCK” are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.
  • “SONY” is a registered trademark or trademark of Sony Group Corporation.
  • App Store, iPad, iPhone, Mac and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries.
  • The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
  • “Blu-ray Disc™” and “Blu-ray™” are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
  • Google Play and Android are trademarks of Google LLC.
  • Intel and Intel Core are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and/or other countries.
  • Spotify is a registered trademark of Spotify Ltd.
  • Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®.
  • Other system and product names are generally trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

ASTRO’s PLAYROOM: ©2020 Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.
Horizon Zero Dawn: ©2017 Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe. Developed by Guerrilla.

Sours: https://remoteplay.dl.playstation.net/remoteplay/lang/en/index.html
PsPlay- Play games with your mobile data with no limitation(A better alternative to PS4 remote Play)

PSPlay Instruction Manual

Introduction


Thank you for downloading and using PSPlay, this guide summarizes the most important information of PSPlay.

Disclaimer: PS5, PS4, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Dualsense, Dualshock and PSN are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. PSPlay is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with Sony Computer Entertainment Inc, or any associated subsidiaries, logos or trademarks.

Requirements for PSPlay

You need to meet following requirements to fully enjoy PSPlay.

  1. PS5 or PS4 console
  2. Android device with at least Android 5.0
  3. Dual core CPU highly recommended
  4. 2 GB or more of RAM
  5. 1024 × 768 or higher display resolution
  6. A wired internet connection for your PS5/ PS4 is strongly recommended
  7. Your smartphone should be connected to a 5GHz WiFi for minimum delays
  8. A high-speed internet connection with upload and download speeds of at least 15 Mbps

PSPlay even works on low end smartphones. However keep in mind to lower the resolution and the fps settings for such devices in order to guarantee good performance and low latency while streaming.

If you use PSPlay for the first time you have to register your PS5/ PS4 with PSPlay. The following sections will enlight you about the most important information

Step 1 - Be sure your smartphone and your PlayStation are connected to the same network. Ideally your PS5/ PS4 is using a wired internet connection via a LAN cable to provide best streaming performance.

Step 2 - In order to activate Remote Play on your PS5/ PS4 you must be logged in with your PSN account on your PS5/ PS4.

On your PS5 navigate to Settings - System - Remote Play and activate "Enable Remote Play". Then go to Link Device where you should see the 8 digit registration number.

On your PS4 navigate to Settings - Remote Play Connection Settings and activate the "Enable Remote Play" checkbox. Then go to Add device where you should see the 8 digit registration number.

Step 3 - Open PSPlay and click the "Register PS" button. On the next screen you can choose if you want to register a PS5 or a PS4. If you have made your descision you can enter the 8 digit registration number on the next screen. If you want to register a PS4 with an older firmware you can choose the firmware of your PS4 in the drop-down list. If you do not know what that means just leave the default values. PSPlay supports PS4 firmware from 5.05 - 8.03+. If you are ready Click the "Register" button on the bottom of the screen.

Step 4 - You will now see the official Sony account website. At this point you must sign in to your PSN account which you want to use for Remote Play. If you do not want to sign in you can also activate the "Register PS4 manually" checkbox in the previous screen. However since the PS4 firmware 7.0 Sony requires the Account-ID for the registration process which is unique number linked to your PSN-Account. If you do not know it by heart your only option is to continue with the sign in process. If you use an older firmware than 7.0 you can just use your well known Online-ID (Your PSN user name) during the manual registration process

Disclaimer from the developer: I know providing your account details seems to be shady and I wished there would be another method to get the Account-ID but unfortunately there is no other easy way. However, PSPlay just opens the official PSN Log-In website from Sony and there is no technical way that PSPlay could in any way intercept, monitor or modify the data you have entered there. PSPlay only receives some generic profile information as response from the official Sony server and only the Account-ID and the Online-ID will be stored locally on your device. If really want to avoid using PSN read this. If you have some additional questions feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Step 5 - If the registration was successful you will be redirected to the Home screen of PSPlay where you can now choose to "Connect" or "Remote Connect" to your PS5/ PS4. If you received an error please go to Troubleshooting

Once you are successfully registered your PS5/ PS4 you can choose to "Connect" or to "Remote Connect" to your console on the PSPlay Home screen. If you are on the same network than your PlayStation simply click "Connect". If you have problems with "Connect" or if you want to play over the internet (requires port forwarding see section Playing over the internet) choose "Remote Connect" and provide the IP-Address of your PS5/ PS4 or your routers public IP-Address if you want to play over the internet.

PSPlay also allows you to just connect as controller without audio and video streaming so that you can use your smartphone as Dualshock controller. Just swipe to the right on the PSPlay logo on the Home screen to enable the gamepad mode. If you want to use PSPlay as second gamepad in addition to your real Dualshock controller you must have at least a second PS5/ PS4 guest profile on your PS5/ PS4. The real Dualshock controller must then be connected to the PS5/ PS4 profile which is not currently used by the PSPlay Remote Play client, otherwise the Remote Play connection will be terminated. During the gamepad mode no Audio and Video stream will be processed but the console is sending these data anyway so please keep in mind that this will have an impact on your internet traffic.

PS5/ PS4 Profiles

Unlike the official PS Remote Play App PSPlay can be registered with multiple PS5/ PS4 profiles. A profile is linked to one specific PSN account on one specific PS5/ PS4 console. If you have multiple PS5/ PS4 consoles and/ or multiple PSN accounts, PSPlay is able to register more than one profile. If you have already registered a profile just open navigation drawer on the top left corner of the Home screen and click "Register new PS5/ PS4". You can switch to another PS5/ PS4 profile by clicking "Profiles" in the navigation drawer and click on the "PS5/ PS4 profile" setting entry on the next screen.


On-Screen gamepad layouts

PSPlay offers you the possibility to customize the on-screen gamepad layout for both the "Remote Play Mode" and the "Gamepad Mode". You can either create a new remote layout by clicking "Remote layout" or you can create a new gamepad layout by clicking "Gamepad layout" in the navigation drawer. You can switch the layouts by clicking "Profiles" in the navigation drawer and click on the "Remote gamepad layout" for changing the remote layout or the "Gamepad layout" for changing the gamepad layout.

You can connect any controller which is compatibly with Android 5.0 an above via Bluetooth or USB. Because of performance problems due hardware limitations on many Android devices it is strongly recommended to use a wired USB connection for your gamepad. Otherwise high input latency and input delays can occur. If you ever encounter some unusual lags please connect your gamepad via USB if possible. Please note that this is not the fault of PSPlay, the reason why this happens is because of some hardware limitations of your Android device and that there is no way that PSPlay could fix this.

If the button mapping of your controller is weird you can create a button mapping profile for your controller by clicking "Button mapping" in the navigation drawer. If one of your gamepad buttons is recognized as Home button you will not be able to use this button as an App can not override this behaviour. However, you can then use the "Use 2 buttons combination" feature in the mapping process instead. If you encounter some unusual button mapping please feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Note from the developer: Please read this whole section carefully and follow ALL instructions. I don't have the time to configure the network/ router for every user. If something isn't working as expected it's most likely that your internet service provicer is not allowing it. All information is availble below.

PSPlay can also be used over the internet when you are not at home. This will require to set up port forwarding on your router at home in order to connect to your PS5/ PS4 from outside your local network, otherwise connecting from outside your network at home to your PlayStation will not work. This is technical requirement and there is no way around. The following section explains how to manually configure port forwarding on your router.

In order to configure your router you must access your router's dashboard. To configure your router you must be in the same network than your router (e.g. your WiFi network at home). It is recommended to do this on a PC but can of course also be performed on any other device which has a web browser. Open a web browser such as Google Chrome or similar. Go to the Address bar and enter the IP Address of your router. If you don't know the IP address of your router click here for an explanation of how to find it out.

If you are on your router's dashboard you have to navigate to the port forwarding section. Please note that each dashboard looks different, it could probably be located under "WAN" settings, "Internet" settings or similar. Following ports to the internal IP-Address of your PS5/ PS4 must be forwarded on your routers dashboard:

! You must forward ALL of the following ports and you must use the correct protocol for the ports! (Port 9295 is UDP and TCP) !

  • UDP 9302 (PS5 only!)
  • UDP 987 (PS4 only!)
  • UDP & TCP 9295
  • UDP 9296
  • UDP 9297

You can find below an example of how the port forwarding settings should look like if you configure port forwarding for your PS4 (but it might be different on your router so just keep that in mind). Some routers allow the configuration of an external and internal port, others do not. If you can configure an external and internal port provide the same port on both of them. Please note that you don't need UDP port 987 but UDP port 9302 if you configure port forwarding for PS5.

Port forwarding example

Once you've set up port forwarding correctly, you need to figure out the public IP-Address of your router. Go to https://www.whatsmyip.org/with a device connected to your network at home, then enter the IP-Address you get there into the "Remote Connect" dialog of PSPlay. If you don't get an error, you should be all set. Keep in mind that the public IP-Address of your router can change from time to time, this depends on your internet provider. So if streaming over the internet is suddenly stop working and it worked before perfectly fine, please be sure to check the public IP-Address of your router again. Furthermore, it is strongly recommended to configure a static IP-Address for your PS5/ PS4. Otherwise you will have to adjust port forwarding settings every time your PS5/ PS4 gets another IP-Address from your router (which could occur every time the PS5/ PS4 restarts). An example of how to configure a static IP for your PS5/ PS4 can be found HERE.

You can find a guide on how to port forward on most routers HERE (Don't be bothered by the "Portforward Network Utilities" ad, just close it, this is not required).

If you get an error like "IO_EXCEPTION_OCCURRED. GET Session" or "Connection failure! A connection could not be established" upon using "Remote Connect" multiple times then there might be something wrong with the port forwarding settings or your internet provider might not allow it. Please keep on reading for further instructions.

Some routers allow you to configure a port range (start and end point port) or even to configure an internal and external port. If that is the case just provide the same port on all these available options.

If port forwarding is configured correctly you should be able to connect to your PS5/ PS4 by using the "Remote Connect" button on the Home screen of the PSPlay app. You would need to enter the public IP-Address of your router. Keep in mind that you MUST enter the public IP-Address of your router in the "Remote Connect" dialoag and NOT the IP of your PS5/ PS4 if you want to connect from outside your network.

You can verify if the port forwarding was configured correctly by visiting following website https://www.canyouseeme.org/with a device connected to your network at home (same network than your console) and enter port 9295 in the "Port to Check" textbox. Canyouseeme should report that the port is open, if not be sure your PS5/ PS4 is turned on. If it is turned on and the website is still reporting that the port is not open then there is something wrong. Other ports are just active while streaming so you must enter only port 9295. If the other ports are configured correctly and canyouseeme reports that port 9295 is open connecting over the internet should work fine when you enter the public IP-Address of your router into the "Remote Connect" dialog of PSPlay.

If something did not work please double check if you have configured the correct protocol for the individual port mapping rules on your router (UDP/ TCP). Port 9295 needs two rules, one for UDP and one for TCP. If you still have some problems, please check if the public IP-Address which you should see somewhere on the dashboard of your router (probably in the WAN section) is equal to the one which you get by visiting https://www.whatsmyip.org/ with a device inside your network at home. If not, then this is probably an indication that your internet provider doesn't give your router a "real" public IP-Address, which means your router is not accessible over the internet. If that is the case you have to contact your internet provider and ask if they could provide you a "real" public IP-Address, otherwise connecting to your PS5/ PS4 from outside will not be possible for you.

Another problem could be if your internet provider doesn't provide your router an IPv4 but only an IPv6 IP-Address. As the PS4 does not support IPv6 and PSPlay doesn't support IPv6 for the PS5 yet you must contact your internet provider and ask if they could also assign an IPv4 address to your router in addition to the IPv6 address. Please note, if you are affected by the last two problems (no "real" public IP-Address, only an IPv6 IP-Address) there is nothing PSPlay can do about. Providing a bad rating doesn't help either as I can't workaround these errors. If you have any specific questions just contact me BEFORE providing a bad rating.

Please note: the connection quality and streaming latency heavily depends on the quality of your internet connection and on many other external factors. If there are lot of interferences please try to reduce the resolution and the FPS settings.

In order to be able to connect from outside your network at home to your PS5/ PS4 you have to configure your router to allow this. This is a technical requirement and if you do not configure your router, connecting from outside your network at home to your PS5/ PS4 will not work. PSPlay can automatically configure your router for playing over the internet but your router has to support UPnP and this feature must be enabled on your router. Please note, not all router support UPnP or do not allow an automatic configuration because of security reasons. If PSPlay reports that it is not able to find your router or that an other error occurred you must configure your router manually. You can find more information here. As there are 1000 of different router models available PSPlay cannot guarantee that an automatic configuration will work on all routers. Some routers even have a faulty UPnP implementation which also prevents an automatic configuration.

If your router do not support UPnP or an automatic configuration is not possible because of security reasons you can simply configure your router manually. All information for a manual configuration can be found here. Below you can find an explanation of the common error messages:

Router not found. Error: 0x15

This means that either UPnP is not enabled on your router or that the UPnP implementation of your router is not compatible with PSPlay. You have to check if your router supports UPnP and if this feature is enabled. If it is enabled and it is still not working you have to configure your router manually. All information for a manual configuration can be found here.

An error occurred. Error: 0x00

An unexpected error occurred while PSPlay was configuring your router. Be sure you are connected to the same WiFi network than your PS5/ PS4. Your router might not fully support UPnP or is blocking the configuration attempt because of security reasons. You might need to configure your router manually. All information for a manual configuration can be found here.

Could not automatically configure router. Error: 0x16

Your router does not allow an automatic configuration because of security reasons. You have to configure your router manually. All information for a manual configuration can be found here.

An unknown error occurred. Error: 0x17

An unknown error occurred while configuring your router. Your router may not fully support UPnP or the UPnP version of your router is not compatible with PSPlay. You have to configure your router manually. All information for a manual configuration can be found here.

Router partially configured. Warning: 0x05

Not all port forwarding rules could be configured correctly. Some routers do not allow to automatically configure port forwarding rules for ports smaller than 1024 and PS4 requires that port 987 must be forwarded in order to wakeup your console from sleep. You can probably play remotely but you will not be able to wake up your PS4 while you are not at home if you haven't registered PSPlay with your PS4 by using the PSN login. It is strongly recommended to configure your router manually and add the missing port forwarding rule. All information for a manual configuration can be found here.

Different public IPs detected. Warning: 0x06

Your router returned a unexpected public IP-Address. This could be an indication that your provider does not give your router a "real" public IP-Address. This means your router is not reachable from outside your network. Other possibilities for this warning could be that you have a double NAT configuration at home (your router is behind another router which creates two different networks) or that you are using a hybrid router with two different network technologies like DSL and LTE. The latter should not be a problem, however if you have a double NAT configuration at home or if your internet provider does not provide your router a real public IPv4, playing over the internet will probably not be possible for you. In any case you should contact your internet provider and ask if your router has a "real" public IP-Address and if not if they can assign you one.

Your router has no IPv4-Address. Warning: 0x07

If your router does not have an IPv4 but only an IPv6 IP-Address you can not connect to your PS5/ PS4 from outside your network. You must contact your internet provider and ask if they can assign your router an IPv4-Address in addition to your IPv6-Address.

If you are using a controller where the button mapping is messed up or you just want to change the button mapping, you can create a button mapping profile by clicking on "Button mapping" in the navigation drawer. After providing a unique button mapping profile name you can start to map individual buttons of your gamepad. Just be sure your gamepad is properly connected via Bluetooth or via USB. Please be aware that your gamepad might behave differently whether it is connected via Bluetooth or USB, so you may have to create two individual button mapping profiles.

On some devices a button on your gamepad may be interpreted as "Home" button, if that is the case you can use the "Use 2 buttons combination" feature to trigger this button by pressing a combination of two other buttons on your gamepad. You can also use this feature if you have too few buttons on your gamepad left. Again: if one of your buttons on your gamepad will be interpreted as "Home" button you will not be able to use it as an application can not override this behaviour.

Problems with PSN login

More detailed instructions are available here. You should definitely read this if you have PSN login problems

Recently, some users reported problems when performing the PSN login. They will get an error message "A connection to the server could not be established". This seems to be an error on the Sony PSN login website. This PSN login is required since PS4 firmware 7.0 to get your PSN-Account-ID which is required for registering with your PS5/ PS4. There are some other possibilities to get your Account-ID.

You can go to a PC and open this website and just follow the instructions that appear there. Please note, in the result of the trinket website your actual account id is next to the user_id variable and should look something like this

'user_id': '4474834823397313449'

It consists only of numbers. Here again is the full link of the trinket webpage:

https://trinket.io/embed/python3/52183a157e?outputOnly=true&runOption=run&start=result&showInstructions=true

If you are still getting the same error or another error please be sure the PSN credentials you are entering on the Sony PSN login page are correct otherwise you could also try using a free VPN service and pretend you're in a country other than the one you are actually in (also using another Browser might help). Then try to follow the instructions of the website above again.

If that doesn't work either just write me an email at [email protected] I will find out your Account-ID which you can then use to register with your PS5/ PS4 without performing a PSN login. All I need for that is your PSN user name. Please note that I may be living in a different time zone than you, so it may take some time for me to reply to your email.

If you have successfully queried your Account-ID you can register with your PS5/ PS4 manually without performing a PSN login. In the Register view of PSPlay just activate the "Advanced Settings" check "Register PS5 manually"/ "Register PS4 manually" and add the Account-ID in the textbox.

Thanks to CSystem77 for providing this script at trinket.io.

My controller isn't working and mapping feature doesn't register any inputs

It's very likely that you are suffering from an Android 11 bug introduced by Google. You can find more information here. Here is the official Google bug report with a few suggested workarounds https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/163120692?pli=1. You can star the issue to show Google that you are affected. On some devices it helps to disable all or certain accessibility services. It's really an annoying issue and I hope that Google is fixing this bug soon. It's not the fault of PSPlay.

Poor connection quality

If possible be sure your Android device is connected to a 5GHz WiFi network instead of a 2.4GHZ. 5GHz networks are usually less prone to interference.

Be sure your PS5/ PS4 is connected to the internet via LAN cable.

Lower the resolution and the FPS settings.

Some Android devices are affected by a network performance problem. In order to fix this simply place your Android device in flight mode and re-enable WiFi afterwards. Restart the PSPlay App and check if it works.

Registration fails

Be sure your smartphone is in the same network than your PS5/ PS4.

Be sure that your have enabled Remote Play on your PS5/ PS4. (PS5: Settings - System - Remote Play and activate "Enable Remote Play". PS4: Settings - Remote Play Connection Settings and activate the "Enable Remote Play" checkbox)

Restart the PS5/ PS4 and the PSPlay App and try again.

Connection fails

If you are not playing over the internet be sure that your smartphone and your PS5/ PS4 are connected to the same network.

If you play over the internet please check your port forwarding settings again. Your PS5/ PS4 might got another IP-Address from your router at home or your routers public IP-Address might have changed. Please be aware that you have to use "Remote Connect" in order to connect to your PS5/ PS4 over the internet and that you have to provide the public IP of your router in the "Remote Connect" dialog. More information can be found in the section Playing over the internet

Be sure your PS5/ PS4 is turned on or at least in rest mode. If a PS5/ PS4 is turned off PSPlay can't wake it up.

PS5/ PS4 does not wake from rest mode

Please be sure that your PS5/ PS4 stays connected to the internet during rest mode. On PS5 navigate to Settings - System - Power Saving - Click Features Available in Rest mode and check if both the "Stay Connected to the internet" and "Enable Turning On of PS5 from Network" are activated. On PS4 navigate to Settings - Power Saving Settings - Set Features Available in Rest mode and check if both the "Stay Connected to the internet" and "Enable Turning On of PS4 from Network" are activated.

Crackling and/ or delayed sound when using a controller

If you have this problem, please stop PSPlay and reconnect your controller to your device. Open the PSPlay again and connect to the PS5/ PS4, the problem should be gone. On some devices, connecting a controller while streaming could lead to delays and other problems. In order to avoid this please always connect your controller before you start streaming.

No sound when using a wired Dualshock controller

Despite huge efforts to make the audio work on all Android devices when a wired Dualshock controller is connected some devices still try to route the audio to the controller which will result in no audio at all while streaming. However, if you have this problem there is a workaround. Just disable "automatic USB audio routing" in the developer options of your device. The developer options are hidden by default, follow the instructions below to disable USB audio routing:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device
  2. (Only on Android 8.0 or higher) Select System.
  3. Scroll to the bottom and select About phone.
  4. Scroll to the bottom and tap Build number 7 times.
  5. Return to the previous screen to find Developer options near the bottom.
  6. Disable "USB audio routing" in the developer options
  7. You may have to restart the PSPlay app and remove and reconnect the Dualshock controller

PSPlay does not work correctly on my Chome OS device

Chrome OS offers Android app support, however some functionalities are limited and will not work. First of all, automatically discover your PS5/ PS4 will not work as the firewall on Chrome OS devices is blocking the discovery request. In order to register with your PS5/ PS4 or to simply connect, you have to enter the IP-Address of your PS5/ PS4 manually (if you want to connect over mobile data you have to enter the public IP-Address of your router. You can find more information here). Furthermore, some Chrome OS devices have faulty hardware decoders which may interfere the streaming experience. PSPlay was not designed especially for Chrome OS devices but only for Android and Android TV devices. I do not want to prevent installations on Chrome OS devices because on some Chrome OS devices PSPlay might work quite well, but please keep in mind that there could be some potential limitations when you are using PSPlay on Chrome OS.

Do you have a question or any problems?

There is a community available on reddit which you can find here https://www.reddit.com/r/PSPlay. You find many answered questions there and you can post new questions if you need to.

If none of the above suggestions help, feel free to contacting me at [email protected] In addition you should also attach the PSPlay log file to your email by clicking the "Share log file" in the navigation drawer in case you encounter some problems. I'll try to answer as soon as possible.

Please include following information in your email.

  1. Smartphone model
  2. Android version
  3. Explain what you did and what did not work
  4. Explain what should be the expected behaviour
  5. Include the PSPlay log file if possible
Sours: https://grill2010.github.io/psplay/index.html

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PS Remote Play

The power of PlayStation® gaming, streamed to PS5™, PS4™, PC, Mac, Apple iOS or Android devices.

Your favorite PlayStation games on more screens

Stream your PlayStation games1 from your console to your phone, tablet, laptop, desktop, PS5 or PS4 consoles.

Stay in the game away from home1

Play your favorite games on PS5 and PS4 consoles, pause the action and switch to another device without being tied to the TV. PS Remote Play is available on Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone or iPad, Windows PC and Mac, as well as your PS5 and PS4 consoles.

Remote Play can be used with a mobile data connection or Wi-Fi. Broadband internet with at least 5Mbps is required. For a better Remote Play experience, a high-speed connection of at least 15Mbps is recommended using either Wi-Fi or mobile data connection. If you choose to use a mobile data connection to access Remote Play features, this will use your mobile data allowance. If you exceed your mobile data allowance, you may be charged by your mobile provider. To help manage the amount of data used through a mobile connection, select your preferred video quality for mobile data streaming. The quality and connectivity of your Remote Play experience may vary depending on your mobile carrier network and network environment.

Download the free PS Remote Play app now

Visit the app store for your chosen device, install the app and you’re ready to get started.

A PS4 or PS5 console is required to stream your games to other devices. Remote Play can be used with a mobile data connection or Wi-Fi. Broadband internet with at least 5Mbps is required. For a better Remote Play experience, a high-speed connection of at least 15Mbps is recommended using either Wi-Fi or mobile data connection.

PS Remote Play lets you stream and play your PS4 and PS5 games, switch between games, view your console home screen and browse the console’s menus on any compatible device that’s connected to your broadband network or using your mobile data.

That means you can start playing with your PlayStation console connected to a TV, pause your game and access the PS Remote Play app on your chosen device, and your game will be there, ready to keep playing from exactly where you left it. Or you can switch on your PlayStation console and start playing directly from the app, with no need to ever switch on your TV.

A PS4 or PS5 console is required to stream your games to another devices.

What do I need?

PS Remote Play is a feature available on all PS4 and PS5 consoles. All you need is:

  • Your PS5 or PS5 Digital Edition, PS4 or PS4 Pro2 connected to a broadband network.
  • A compatible device – also connected to your network. 
  • The free PS Remote Play app. 
  • A DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller or DualSense controller3
  • At least 5Mbps internet - we recommend at least 15Mbps for a better experience. If you choose to use a mobile data connection to access Remote Play features, this will use your mobile data allowance. If you exceed your mobile data allowance, you may be charged by your mobile provider.
  • A compatible PlayStation game1.

Which devices are compatible?

You can use PS Remote Play on any of these devices when they’re connected to a broadband network or mobile data:

Android smartphones and tablets

 Any Android device running Android 7 or later can play PS Remote Play games using on-screen controls. Devices running Android 10 or higher can connect to a DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller via Bluetooth4.

The DualSense controller is currently not supported on Android devices.

iPhone and iPad

Any Apple device running iOS 13 or higher can play using DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller supported via Bluetooth, and devices running iOS 14.5 or higher will be able to use a DualSense wireless controller support via Bluetooth5.

Windows PC and Mac

Desktop or laptop computers with the PS Remote Play app installed. 

Windows PC devices running Windows 10 or higher will be able to use a DUALSHOCK 4 or DualSense wireless controller via wired connection.

Mac devices running macOS Catalina or later will be able to use a DUALSHOCK 4 via wired or wireless connection via Bluetooth support. Mac devices running macOS 11.3 or higher can use a DualSense wireless controller via wired or wireless connection.

PS5 console

Stream your PS5 games to another PS5 or PS4 console with your DualSense controller via a home broadband wired network. The same PlayStation Network account is required to connect both consoles. You'll find the Remote Play application on your PS5 home screen.

PS4 console

Play your favorite PS4 games on the PS5 with your DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller via your home broadband wired network. The same PlayStation Network account is required to connect both consoles. You'll find "PS5 Remote Play" application on your PS4 screen.

1Titles that require PlayStation VR, other controllers except a DUALSHOCK 4 or DualSense wireless controller, or other peripherals such as PlayStation Camera are not compatible with PS Remote Play.
2
The latest system software is required.
3
DualSense is available on Windows PC, Mac (11.3), iPhone and iPad (iOS 14.5 or higher). DUALSHOCK is available on Android devices (Android 10 or later), iPhone and iPad (iOS 13 or higher), and Windows PC and Mac.
4
DUALSHOCK4 features as Touch Pad, Motion Sensor and Vibration might not be available.
5
Availability of DualSense features such as audio output and haptic effects vary when using remote play on PC, Mac, iPhone or iPad; some features may not be available. For instructions on how to pair the DualSense controller to other devices, visit https://www.playstation.com/support/hardware/pair-dualsense-controller-bluetooth .

Sours: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/remote-play/
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PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play  for PC Windows and Mac

Looking for a way to Download PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for Windows 10/8/7 PC? You are in the correct place then. Keep reading this article to get to know how you can Download and Install one of the best Tools app PSPlay for PC.

Most of the apps available on Google play store or iOS Appstore are made exclusively for mobile platforms. But do you know you can still use any of your favorite Android or iOS apps on your laptop even if the official version for PC platform not available? Yes, they do exits a few simple tricks you can use to install Android apps on Windows machine and use them as you use on Android smartphones.

Here in this article, we will list down different ways to Download PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play on PC in a step by step guide. So before jumping into it, let’s see the technical specifications of PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play.

PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for PC – Technical Specifications

Name PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play
Category TOOLS
File size 38M
Installations 10,000+
Developed By Florian Grill

PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play is on the top of the list of Tools category apps on Google Playstore. It has got really good rating points and reviews. Currently, PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for Windows has got over 10,000+ app installations and 4.3 star average user aggregate rating points.

If you haven’t installed PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play on your Android smartphone, here is the Google playstore link. It’s worth installing on your smartphone –

PSPlay Download for PC Windows 10/8/7 Laptop:

Most of the apps these days are developed only for the mobile platform. Games and apps like PUBG, Subway surfers, Snapseed, Beauty Plus, etc. are available for Android and iOS platforms only. But Android emulators allow us to use all these apps on PC as well.

So even if the official version of PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for PC not available, you can still use it with the help of Emulators. Here in this article, we are gonna present to you two of the popular Android emulators to use PSPlay on PC.

PSPlay Download for PC Windows 10/8/7 – Method 1:

Bluestacks is one of the coolest and widely used Emulator to run Android applications on your Windows PC. Bluestacks software is even available for Mac OS as well. We are going to use Bluestacks in this method to Download and Install PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for PC Windows 10/8/7 Laptop. Let’s start our step by step installation guide.

  • Step 1: Download the Bluestacks software from the below link, if you haven’t installed it earlier –  Download Bluestacks for PC
  • Step 2: Installation procedure is quite simple and straight-forward. After successful installation, open Bluestacks emulator.
  • Step 3: It may take some time to load the Bluestacks app initially. Once it is opened, you should be able to see the Home screen of Bluestacks.
  • Step 4: Google play store comes pre-installed in Bluestacks. On the home screen, find Playstore and double click on the icon to open it.
  • Step 5: Now search for the app you want to install on your PC. In our case search for PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play to install on PC.
  • Step 6: Once you click on the Install button, PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play will be installed automatically on Bluestacks. You can find the app under list of installed apps in Bluestacks.

Now you can just double click on the app icon in bluestacks and start using PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play app on your laptop. You can use the app the same way you use it on your Android or iOS smartphones.

If you have an APK file, then there is an option in Bluestacks to Import APK file. You don’t need to go to Google Playstore and install the game. However, using the standard method to Install any android applications is recommended.

The latest version of Bluestacks comes with a lot of stunning features. Bluestacks4 is literally 6X faster than the Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone. So using Bluestacks is the recommended way to install PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play on PC. You need to have a minimum configuration PC to use Bluestacks. Otherwise, you may face loading issues while playing high-end games like PUBG

PSPlay Download for PC Windows 10/8/7 – Method 2:

Yet another popular Android emulator which is gaining a lot of attention in recent times is MEmu play. It is super flexible, fast and exclusively designed for gaming purposes. Now we will see how to Download PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for PC Windows 10 or 8 or 7 laptop using MemuPlay.

  • Step 1: Download and Install MemuPlay on your PC. Here is the Download link for you – Memu Play Website. Open the official website and download the software.
  • Step 2: Once the emulator is installed, just open it and find Google Playstore app icon on the home screen of Memuplay. Just double tap on that to open.
  • Step 3: Now search for PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play app on Google playstore. Find the official app from Florian Grill developer and click on the Install button.
  • Step 4: Upon successful installation, you can find PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play on the home screen of MEmu Play.

MemuPlay is simple and easy to use application. It is very lightweight compared to Bluestacks. As it is designed for Gaming purposes, you can play high-end games like PUBG, Mini Militia, Temple Run, etc.

PSPlay for PC – Conclusion:

PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play has got enormous popularity with it’s simple yet effective interface. We have listed down two of the best methods to Install PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play on PC Windows laptop. Both the mentioned emulators are popular to use Apps on PC. You can follow any of these methods to get PSPlay for Windows 10 PC.

We are concluding this article on PSPlay Download for PC with this. If you have any queries or facing any issues while installing Emulators or PSPlay: Unlimited PS4 Remote Play for Windows, do let us know through comments. We will be glad to help you out!

Tags:PSPlay, PSPlay Download for PC, PSPlay for Mac, PSPlay for Windows 10, Tools

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