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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.

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It’s a little-known fact that you can sling a PS5 or PS4 to another room of your house, streaming your games to a Mac or Windows PC, iOS or Android device, or even an old PS4 with Sony’s PS Remote Play app. But until recently, you could only remotely control your shiny new PlayStation 5 with the old DualShock 4 gamepad.

That’s now changing, as Sony has just announced the PS5’s new DualShock controller is supported across every Apple platform running the latest operating system, including iPhones, iPads, iPod touches, and Apple TVs running 14.5 and Macs running macOS Big Sur 11.3.

I just gave it a quick try myself with an iPhone 12 mini and a recent iPad Pro, and I have some thoughts!

The good news: if the only controller you own is a DualSense controller, it totally works — and your awesome adaptive triggers come along for the ride.

Here is some bad news:

  • There’s no haptic feedback. Absolutely zero. It feels extremely weird.
  • Each time you want to switch devices (to your iPhone or back to your PS5), you’ll have to manually pair your DualSense again. That was true of previous pads as well, but I was hoping they’d fix it.
  • The built-in microphone, headphone jack, and speaker don’t work. The speaker is a serious loss — games like Returnaluse it in combination with haptic feedback to add some serious immersion.
  • The streaming quality, as always, will depend heavily on your home wireless network. Give it a try, though; it’s free!

You’ll have to decide whether these things defeat the purpose of pairing a DualSense with an Apple device. As far as I’m concerned, I’ll keep my DualSense hooked up to the PS5 where it can actually help me sense things, and use a DualShock 4 (or third-party pad) when I want to stream.

It’s also more ammunition for the argument that we should be able to play PS5 games on our PS5 with a PS4 pad. This is the second time Sony has shown that limitation is totally arbitrary: first when it allowed us to control PS5 games with the PS4 controller over Remote Play to start, and now again with this signal that the DualSense’s sensing abilities are optional when streaming games over a network.

Sours: https://www.theverge.com/2021/5/10/22429291/sony-ps5-remote-play-dualsense-apple-mac-iphone-ipod-ipad-apple-tv
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DualSense Support Now Available On PS Remote Play App, But With Some Caveats

The PlayStation Remote Play app now officially supports the DualSense controller. Support was added with the app's latest update, following on from iOS 14.5.With the update, you'll be able to play PS4 and PS5 games on your iOS device using a DualSense as long as you're connected to a sufficiently strong network. Android users can also use the Remote Play app, but at present the Android version only supports the DualShock 4.

Reddit users report that at least some of the DualSense's distinctive features have made the transition intact, though implementation is spotty in places. While the Adaptive Triggers still work, "proper haptics" for games like Control does not.We tested the DualSense ourselves and found that haptics did not work on Astro's Playroom and MLB The Show 21. The headphone jack and built-in speaker likewise didn't seem compatible with remote play. We reached out to Sony and asked if improved DualSense support would be implemented at a later date, and will update when we receive an answer.Support for the DualSense was first implemented with the latest Remote Play update after first being introduced with the iOS 14.5 update. That update introduced not just support for the DualSense, but for the Xbox Series X controller as well.

But while Remote Play is a neat feature, playing God of War over a wifi network — it's not compatible with a cellular network — isn't the greatest way to experience, say, God of War. It's best if you play it on, say, a Macbook plugged into a LAN network, at which point you're halfway toward just playing on your PS4 or PS5. The Remote Play app also doesn't support Apple TV.Still, remote play is increasingly prevalent, especially with the advent of streaming platforms like xCloud and Stadia. And of course, Sony has supported Remote Play since the days of the PlayStation Vita.

In the meantime, if you've been enjoying Remote Play, feel free to share your experiences in the comments.

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PS Remote Play now supports PS5 DualSense controller on iOS devices

The PlayStation 5 might be in short supply till 2022 but Sony has some good news for those who have managed to buy a PS5. 

From today, the PS Remote Play iOS app supports the DualSense controller for Apple devices. That means Apple users can enjoy DualSense-specific features such as adaptive triggers when playing remotely. Nice.

PS Remote Play previously allowed players to stream PS4 and PS5 games from their console to Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. But, until recently, you could only control PS5 games with the old DualShock 4 gamepad.

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Today's announcement, posted on the official @PlayStation Twitter account, covers 'every Apple device' running the latest operating system (iOS 14.5 for iPhone/iPod, iPadOS 14.5, tvOS 14.5 and macOS 11.3). 

To get started, download the latest version of PS Remote Play for iOS 14.5. Once installed, pair your DualSense controller with your iOS device over Bluetooth (hold down the Create and PS buttons simultaneously to trigger Bluetooth discover mode). 

With any luck, you should be good to go.

Not all PS5 DualSense features seem to be functional, mind. As TheVerge points out haptic feedback appears to be missing, and the gamepad's built-in speaker, microphone and headphone jack don't work. (There's some talk of Sony enabling haptic feedback at a later date but the Japanese giant has yet to comment either way).

Not an Apple user? PS Remote Play already supports the PS5 DualSense controller for Windows 10 devices. Devices running Android 10 or higher can connect to a DualShock 4 controller – but not the PS5 DualSense.

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How to use Remote Play on PS5

If you don't know how to use Remote Play on PS5 then you're missing out on an absolute marvel of the modern gaming world. 

If you can’t access your TV but still want to get your PS5 fix, Remote Play will let you stream your PlayStation 5 gameplay to your iPhone, iPad, Android device, Windows PC, or even your old PS4 if you haven't already sold it on. It truly works like magic.

That said, we personally don't recommend making this your default way to play games. Not only can there be a small but noticeable lag, but it’s a bit wasteful running two devices when the PS5 is doing all the heavy lifting, and your electricity bill will carry the burden. 

Those caveats aside, it's a fantastic feature for PS5 owners to have access to, giving you much more flexibility over how and where you play. So, if you want to use Remote Play on PS5, then this is how you do it.

How to use Remote Play on PS5

First of all, you need to enable Remote Play on your PS5, so turn on the console and follow our guide below to access the required settings.

1. From the PS5 home screen, go to Settings. It’s the small cog-shaped icon in the top right-hand corner of the screen. 

2. In the next menu, select System. It’s the sixth option in the list, so scroll down and press X

3. Scroll down the next menu until you come to Remote Play. It’s the fifth option down. 

4. You’ll find that Enable Remote Play, the top option in this section, is disabled by default. Press X on it, and it’ll switch on.

Remote Play is now ready to go, but before we move on to the device you want to stream to, there are a couple of other settings you need to change.

5. Go back to the previous menu and select Power Saving. It’s the option directly below Remote Play. 

6. In the Power Saving Menu, press the middle option: Features Available in Rest Mode

7. Make sure that both Stay Connected to the Internet and Enable Turning On PS5 From Network are enabled. These two setting will combine to ensure that you can start your Remote Play session from the device of your choice. 

How to use Remote Play PS5 on your Windows PC

Now that your PS5 is ready to stream, the next steps involve connecting the device you want to play on. Here are the steps you need to follow to use Remote Play PS5 on your Windows PC.

1. Head to the download page for the PS Remote Play app for Windows and scroll down to the section titled “Install the app.” Tick a box confirming you agree to Sony’s license agreement and privacy policy, and then download the file.   

2. When you load the Remote Play Windows app for the first time, you’ll need to sign in to your PSN account. You’ll also have to confirm once again that you’re happy with Sony using your data to personalize content.  

3. At this point, you’ll want to add a DualSense or DualShock 4 pad. We found that you can actually control Remote Play by pressing the arrow keys and Enter (and even managed to walk around a bit in Spelunky 2!), but it’s clearly not ideal.

Press the gamepad icon in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen and connect your pad via USB cable.

4. You’re now ready to connect, so select PS5, and your PC will look for and connect to a PS5 on your network.  

5. If everything goes to plan, your PS5 should now be running in a window on your PC. By default, the gameplay will be streamed at 720p, but you can change the resolution in the app’s main settings if you like. 

How to Remote Play PS5 on your iPhone or iPad 

For the purposes of this guide, we'll be using Remote Play to stream PS5 to an iPad, but the process is virtually identical on iPhone. 

1. Open the App Store on your iOS device and search for “Remote Play.” Press Get on the PS Remote Play app

2. When you open the app for the first time, you’ll be asked to sign in with your PSN details, so go ahead and do that. You’ll also need to confirm you agree to Sony’s license agreement and privacy policy before you’re able to play.

3. Remote Play needs your Wi-Fi connection to function, so iOS will send a pop up asking if that’s okay. Tap OK or the feature won’t work.

4. At this point, the app will ask you to connect a pad, and provide instructions on how to do so. Follow those instructions, but if you’re having trouble read our guide on how to connect a PS5 DualSense controller to your iPhone.

Note that, on iPad at least, you can skip this step and use touchscreen controls, but having tried this, we really wouldn’t recommend it, as it makes gameplay much more fiddly.

5. It’s now time to connect to the PS5, so tap PS5 and the iPhone or iPad will begin searching. 

6. If all goes to plan, your PS5 screen will now be mirrored on your iPhone or iPad. Here’s ours on iPad, complete with the virtual controls that we wouldn’t recommend.

How to Remote Play PS5 on Android 

Unsurprisingly, the process for using Remote Play to stream PS5 to Android is almost the same as on iOS. 

1. Open the Google Play Store on your Android phone and search for “Remote Play.” Tap Install to download the PS Remote Play app.  

2. When you open the app, you’ll need to log in to your PSN account, so go ahead and do this. You’ll then be asked to agree to Sony’s license agreement and privacy policy before you can play. 

3. The PS Remote Play app will tell you to pair a compatible DualShock 4 or DualSense gamepad. This is an optional step but definitely worth it, as touchscreen controls are not comfortable. The app will explain how to do this. 

4. Once this is done, the app will ask whether you want to connect to a PS4 or PS5. Tap PS5

5. Your Android phone will connect to your PS5, ready to stream. Unfortunately, security settings blocked us from taking a screenshot for this one, but it did work. 

How to Remote Play PS5 on PS4 

If your PS4 is up to date, the PS5 Remote Play app should be there among your pre-installed apps. Scroll across until you find it: it’s a blue square with two dots above the outline of a gamepad and the word PS5 on it.

Unfortunately, Sony has blocked getting in-app screenshots, but the process from here is simple. Just start the app and your PS4 will find the PS5 on your network, so you can jump right in and play where you left off.

More PS5 tips

We want you to get the most from your PS5, so we've pulled together a bunch of guides to help you use it.

On the DualSense front, we can show you how to update your PS5 controller to ensure it's always compatible with the console, or save money by learning how to connect your PS4 controller to PS5. We also have instructions for how to turn off adaptive triggers on PS5 and how to use a PS5 controller on PC.

For those of you upgrading from a PS4, we also have tutorials for how to transfer data from PS4 to PS5 and how to play PS4 games on PS5.

Want more? We can also show you how to delete games on your PS5, how to transfer games to a PS5 external hard drive and how to move PS5 screenshots to your PC or phone, as well as how to show play time on PS5.

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How to use DualSense controller with PS5 Remote Play on iPhone and iPad

Apple’s iOS 14.5 update finally enabled support for Sony’s new DualSense controller for the PS5, but a new update to Sony’s Remote Play app now enables the feature to be enjoyed to the fullest.

Version 4.0 of the PS Remote Play app was launched today and facilitates playback of PS5 or PS4 games remotely on iPhone and iPad via the next-gen DualSense controllers, for the best possible mobile experience with the best PS5 games.

Previously the Remote Play app had enabled gamers to play a PS5 via a Wi-Fi connection to iPhone and iPad, but only the PS4’s DualShock 4 or touchscreen-based controls were supported. That changes today, with gamers now about to benefit from some of the features specific to the updated controller.

If you’re hoping to take advantage of the new functionality, there’s a couple of boxes you need to tick first.

How to use DualSense controller with PS5 Remote Play on iPhone and iPad

  1. Make sure your iOS or iPadOS is up to date

    Your iPhone or iPad needs to be updated to iOS 14.5 or iPadOS 14.5. You can heat to Settings > General > Software update to find the latest version of the software.

    Checking iOS settings

  2. Download PS Remote Play App from Apple App Store

    Head to the Apple App Store and search for PS Remote Play. You should see v4.0 of the app which includes the updated Remote Play feature and support for the new controller. “Connect your DualSense wireless controller to mobile device with iOS 14.5 or iPadOS 14.5 or later installed,” the app description reads.
    PS Remote Play

  3. Open the PS Remote Play App

    The app description will read – “Connect your DualSense wireless controller to mobile device with iOS 14.5 or iPadOS 14.5 or later installed”

  4. Sync iPhone or iPad

    Once this update is installed and synced with the console, you can pair the DualSense controller with the iPhone or iPad in question. This is done by holding down the Create and PS buttons together to put the controller into Bluetooth discovery mode. This will enable users to pair from the iOS/iPadOS 14.5 Bluetooth Settings menu.

From here you should be good to go.

Playing via Remote Play won’t enable all of the features you’ll get with the DualSense controller on PS5. Early reports from users suggest the adaptive triggers work, but you’ll miss out on haptic feedback. At least for now.

Sony has also confirmed the DualSense is now compatible with macOS Big Sir 11.3 and tvOS 14.5, which is great news for Apple Arcade subscribers too. Unfortunately, Android users aren’t able to access support yet, Sony says on the Remote Play website.

Sours: https://www.trustedreviews.com/how-to/how-to-use-dualsense-controller-with-ps5-remote-play-on-iphone-and-ipad-4136921

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PS Remote Play

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

Your favourite 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 favourite 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.
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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.
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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-hu/remote-play/


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