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How To Play Your Favorite PS4 Games Remotely on Any Android Device


Requirements:
★Sony PlayStation 4 (console and games)
★Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) or higher
★Unknown sources enabled
Step 1: Enable Remote Play on Your PS4
First up, you'll need to enable a single option on your PS4. From the
home screen, head up to "Settings," then scroll down and select the
"Remote Play Connection Settings" entry.
From here, make sure that the "Enable Remote Play" option is ticked,
then you'll be all set to go.
Step 2: Install the Modded Remote Play App on Your Android
Next, head to the link below from your Android phone or tablet to
grab a copy of the modified Remote Play app. Once the download has
finished, tap the corresponding notification to launch the APK. At
this point, Android's installer interface should come right up, so
press "Install" here.
Download the ported PS4 Remote Play APK using this link.
Step 3: Sign into Your PlayStation Account & Play Your Games
Immediately after you open the app for the first time, Remote Play
will prompt you to register a DualShock controller. This feature
does not work in this version of the app (more on that later), so
hit "Skip" here. After that, tap the "Next" button at the top of the
screen, then sign into your PlayStation account.
As soon as that's finished, you should automatically be redirected to
the gameplay interface. In portrait mode, you'll see all of the regular
PlayStation controls on the bottom half of the screen, and you can use
these to navigate your PS4's interface and play games.
If you rotate your device into landscape mode, these same controls will
be overlaid on top of a full screen view of your game. If you're not
interacting with the screen, these controls will automatically hide after
a few seconds, but they can be brought back up by tapping anywhere on the screen.
Step 4: Pair a PS4 Controller with Your Android Device (Optional)
Since the official DualShock controller pairing solution does not work in
this version of the app, you might want to pair a controller manually. To
begin, press and hold the "PS" and "Share" buttons on your controller,
then wait until the light on the back begins blinking.
From here, make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on your Android device, then
head to the Bluetooth settings menu. Tap the "Refresh" button at the top of
the screen to perform a search for nearby devices, then select the "Wireless
Controller" option when it comes up. Wait until the controller shows up in your
"Paired devices" list, then you'll be able to use your Remote Play games with a
DualShock controller.
Step 5: Modify APN Settings to Play on Mobile Data (Optional)
This version of Remote Play can be used over mobile data to play games from anywhere
in the world, but it does require a bit of setup.
To begin, head to your phone or tablet's Settings menu, then search for "Access Point
Names" and tap the top result. From here, tap the settings icon next to your existing
APN entry, then write down all of the information in this list. To make things easier,
you may want to take a couple of screenshots of the APN settings for reference.
Next, head back to the main Access Point Names menu, then tap the "Add" button. From here,
enter all of the information from your existing APN with the exception of two fields—in the
"Name" category, type "PS4" instead, and for the "APN protocol" option, select IPv4 rather
than IPv6. When you're done there, head back out to the main APN screen, then select your
"PS4" profile and reboot.

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