Ps3 remote play

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If the PS3™ system has Wi-Fi network capability, you can connect your system and the PS3™ system directly using the Wi-Fi network capabilities of both systems.

Preparing for first-time use

Registering your system with the PS3™ system

Perform this procedure with your system near the PS3™ system.

1.
On the PS3™ system, select (Settings) > [Remote Play Settings] > [Register Device] > [PS Vita System].
A number appears on the screen.
2.
On your system, select (PS3 Remote Play) > [Start] > [Next].
3.
Enter the number displayed on the PS3™ system's screen, and then select [Register].
When the devices connect successfully, a message indicating that the registration is complete appears.
4.
Select [OK] on the PS3™ system.

Playing remotely

You can play remotely within the range where your system can communicate with the PS3™system's Wi-Fi network. Use your system close enough to the PS3™ system for good signal reception.

1.
On your system, select (PS3 Remote Play) > [Start].
When using PS3 Remote Play for the first time, a message informs you that it is necessary to register your system with the PS3™ system. If you see this message, perform the registration.
2.
On the PS3™ system, select (Network) > (Remote Play).
The PS3™ system waits for your system to establish the remote play connection.
3.
On your system, select [Connect via Private Network].
When the devices connect successfully, the PS3™ system's screen appears on your system.
  • If you enable remote start on the PS3™ system, you can use remote play when the PS3™ system is in standby mode. For details, see (Settings) > [Remote Play Settings] > [Remote Start] in the PS3™ system's user's guide.
  • When you are playing remotely using the Wi-Fi network of the PS3™ system, you cannot connect to the Internet on your system.
  • During remote play, if you go to the screen for a different application, the remote play connection is closed after 30 seconds.
Sours: https://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/psvita/remoteplay/viaprivate_lan.html

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    Description

    Use PS Remote Play to access your PS5™ or PS4™ wherever you go.

    With PS Remote Play, you can:
    • Display the PlayStation®5 or PlayStation®4 screen on your mobile device.
    • Use the on-screen controller on your mobile device to control your PS5 or PS4.
    • Connect your DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller.
    • Connect your DualSense™ wireless controller to mobile devices with iOS 14.5 or iPadOS 14.5 or later installed.
    • Join voice chats using the mic on your mobile device.
    • Enter text on your PS5 or PS4 using the keyboard on your mobile device.

    To use this app, you need the following:
    • A mobile device with iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 later installed
    • A PS5 or PS4 console with the latest system software version
    • An account for PlayStation Network
    • A fast and stable internet connection

    When using mobile data:
    • Depending on your carrier and network conditions, you may not be able to use Remote Play.
    • Remote Play uses a lot more data than most video streaming services. Data charges may apply.

    Using the DUALSHOCK 4:
    For mobile devices with iOS 13 or iPadOS 13 installed, use the on-screen controller to use the PS button and the touch pad function.

    Note:
    • This app may not be compatible with some games.
    • You need to grant this app access to connect to devices on your local network. If you haven't already, you can do this from the Settings menu on your iOS or iPadOS device.
    • Your controller may vibrate differently than when playing on your PS5 or PS4 console.

    Version 4.5.0

    • You can now connect to your console using mobile data. To do so, go to the Settings menu, and then turn on [Use Mobile Data].
    • This app now supports Ukrainian.
    • This app no longer supports iOS 12.

    Ratings and Reviews

    3.6 out of 5

    9.4K Ratings

    Great but its missing one thing or two

    Apologies to PS and a solution for those still having connection issues

    Seems I’ve found the issue to why the remote play wasn’t working away from home when I’m at work, for those having issues , make sure your router is in AP mode ( if you have both modem n router ) also google the ports that need to be forwarded for Ps remote play and set up port forwarding on your home admin Wifi , give your PS4 a static IP that is available to prevent it from changing when you restart your PS4 before setting up port forwarding , disable PS vita network settings( causes some issues) . And the part no one told me about not even google is that at the second location (work ) find the ip address your phone is using , go into the Wifi admin ( if you don’t have access then hope the default password is set on the Wifi admin which is user : admin, password : password , might be different for other people) once in the settings enable DMZ mode and put in the private IP address you found for your mobile phone )
    In the PS4 remote play app reduce the graphics settings ( not required but just in case ) and try to connect to your PlayStation that is in REST MODE at home from work , this will take 2-4 failed connections if your PS4 is not on Ethernet n is below 60% Wifi signal strength, but it should work afterwards running as smoothly as if the PlayStation was right in front of you at work .

    Lots of Potential!

    This app has a lot of potential for the future. After attempting to give it a test with Apex Legends, I came to the realization that I simply cannot press all the buttons needed at the same time when under combat. The controls disappeared after a few seconds and I ended up pressing outside the button boundaries. I have not yet tested an external BT controller, so I might see if it has this functionality at a later time. But as for using it to control apps and services. It works great. The chat function works great, but it would be a nice feature addition to use it for only chat with no game audio or video. The quality and framerate is amazing if you have a 100mbs+ internet connection from both host and target networks. As this app was just released this morning, I'm sure there are lots more features and functionality planned as the technology evolves. Overall, this app works great as a way to play simple arcade or basic controlled games and is a nice remote, but not ideal for playing FPS or more robust games where you need better hand eye coordination. We’ll see what time has to offer.

    The developer, PlayStation Mobile Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

    Data Linked to You

    The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

    • Identifiers
    • Usage Data
    • Diagnostics

    Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

    Information

    Seller
    PlayStation Mobile Inc.

    Size
    17.4 MB

    Category
    Entertainment

    Compatibility
    iPhone
    Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
    iPad
    Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
    iPod touch
    Requires iOS 13.0 or later.

    Game Controller
    Optional

    Languages

    English, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese

    Age Rating
    4+

    Copyright
    © 2021 Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.

    Price
    Free

    Supports

    • Game Controllers

      Play this game with your favorite compatible controller.

    • Family Sharing

      With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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    Using remote play (via the Internet)

    Network > Using remote play (via the Internet)

    To use this feature on a PS Vita system or PSP™ system, you may be required to update the system software of the PS3™ system and the PS Vita system or PSP™ system.


    Using a device that supports remote play, such as a PS Vita system or PSP™ system, and a wireless access point, you can connect to your PS3™ system via the Internet. To use remote play, the PS3™ system must be set in remote play connection standby mode.

    Hint

    The method of using a commercial wireless hotspot (wireless LAN) service and the charges for such use vary depending on the service provider. For details, contact the service provider.

    Preparing (1) (PS3™ system and the device that supports remote play)

    To use remote play for the first time, you must register (pair) the device that supports remote play, such as a PS Vita or PSP™ system, with the PS3™ system. To register (pair) the system, select (Settings) > (Remote Play Settings) > [Register Device].

    Preparing (2) (device that supports remote play)

    Create a network connection to connect the PS Vita or PSP™ system to an access point. To use remote play via the Internet, you can use an wireless access point. For details about network settings on a device that supports remote play, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the device.

    Using remote play on a PS Vita system

    1.

    On the PS3™ system, select (Network) > (Remote Play).
    The system will enter remote play connection standby mode.

    2.

    On your PS Vita system, tap (PS3 Remote Play) > [Start].

    3.

    Tap [Connect via Internet].
    Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.
    When the devices connect successfully, the PS3™ system screen appears on your PS Vita system.

    Hints

    • During remote play, if you go to the screen for a different application, the remote play connection is closed after 30 seconds.
    • On your PS Vita system, link the Sony Entertainment Network account that is used on the PS3™ system. If you created an account on the PS Vita system or a computer, you can also use that account on the PS3™ system.

    Using remote play on a PSP™ system

    1.

    On the PS3™ system, select (Network) > (Remote Play).
    The system will enter remote play connection standby mode.

    2.

    On the PSP™ system, select (Network) > (Remote Play).

    3.

    Select [Connect via Internet].

    4.

    From the list of connections, select the connection for the access point to be used for remote play.

    5.

    Enter the Sony Entertainment Network sign-in ID and password for the account in use.
    If the connection is successful, the PS3™ system screen will be displayed on the PSP™ system.

    Using remote play via the Internet

    You may not be able to use remote play via the Internet depending on the network device in use. If this happens, check the following information.

    • Use [Internet Connection Test] in (Network Settings) under (Settings) to check that the PSP™ system can connect to the Internet and PSNSM.
    • If the router in use supports UPnP, enable the router's UPnP function.
    • If the router in use does not support UPnP, you must set the router's port forwarding to allow communication to the PS3™ system from the Internet. The port number that is used by remote play is TCP: 9293. For information about setting this option, refer to the instructions supplied with the router.
    • Port forwarding is a function for forwarding signals that arrive at a specific port (entrance) to another specified port (exit). This is also referred to as "port mapping" or "address conversion."
    • If the PS3™ system is connected to the Internet via two or more routers, communication may not work correctly.

    Hints

    • A router is a device that allows multiple devices to share a single Internet line.
    • Communication may be restricted depending on the security functions provided by the router and Internet service provider. Refer to the instructions supplied with the network device in use and information from your Internet service provider.

    Network > Using remote play (via the Internet)

    Sours: https://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/current/remoteplay/remoteinternet.html
    Playing PS3 Games on PS Vita Explained

    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/

    Remote play ps3

    Remote Play

    Video game console remote control function

    Remote Play is a feature of Sonyvideo game consoles that allows the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 to transmit its video and audio output to another device; previously this could only be a PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita. In 2014, it was expanded to include the use of PlayStation TV, Xperiasmartphones and tablets (Z2 and later), and PlayStation Now. In 2016, it was expanded to Microsoft Windows PCs and macOS. Finally, iOS and Android are supported. Support for remote play of PlayStation 5 games to other devices was added in November 2020 just prior to the new console's launch.

    Similar functionality is provided on Nintendo's Wii U console, using the Off-TV Play function. This feature essentially allows compatible home console games to be played on the handheld.

    While seldom implemented on PS3, Remote Play is a mandatory feature on all PS4 games, except for games that utilize peripherals such as PlayStation Move.

    Concept[edit]

    Sony defined Remote Play as follows:

    "Remote Play allows a PSP system to connect wirelessly to a PS3 system and transfers some functionality of the PS3 to the PSP system. With remote play, a PSP system may access files that are located on the PS3, as well as, play certain software titles ..."[4]

    Sony later amended this definition to apply between the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita as well.[5] The premise of Off-TV Play on the Wii U is similar in concept, in how the video game console does all of the processing, but sends the image and sound straight to the Wii U GamePad's screen instead of a television screen.[5] Similarly, in the case of Remote Play, the PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 do all of the processing, but transmit the image and sound to the PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita screens and speakers.[5] While typically in reference to Sony consoles and handhelds, it has been used in different ways as well. In April 2010, a firmware update was released for the PS3 that allowed Remote Play between it and the Sony VAIO brand desktops and laptops and Sony Xperia brand smartphones and tablets as well.[6]

    Background[edit]

    PS3 to PSP[edit]

    Interactivity between Sony's home video game consoles and handheld video game console is traced back as far as 2006, prior to the PlayStation 3's launch, when journalists noticed a PlayStation Portable icon, with the title "Remote Play", on pre-release versions of their PS3.[7] The functionality was officially revealed just prior to the PS3's launch in October 2006, at Sony's "Gamer's Day" event, where Sony demonstrated the ability to transfer the PS3's output to a PSP instead of a television, through showing downloaded PlayStation games and movie films being transmitted to a PSP's screen and speakers.[8] Sony announced that all original PlayStation games would support the feature, but they had to be digital, not disc-based, media from the PS3's internal harddrive.[9][10] This later changed by the end of 2007, when a firmware update made it so any original PlayStation game was compatible with Remote Play, even disc-based ones.[11]

    Despite Sony's early emphasis on Remote Play and original PlayStation game support, it was used very sparingly between the PS3 and PSP, with very few PS3 titles allowing for its use. The feature was even removed from several titles before their final release, most notably Gran Turismo HD and Formula One Championship Edition.[12] Most titles were small PlayStation Network-only titles. The late 2007 PS3 title Lair was notable for being one of the few original, physical Blu-ray disc releases work between the PS3 and PSP.

    PS3 to PS Vita[edit]

    In late 2011, just prior to the launch of the PlayStation Vita, video game website Eurogamer published a rumor stating that a firmware update for the PS3 would provide Remote Play compatibility for all PS3 games when using Remote Play between a PS3 and Vita.[13] The premise seemed plausible, with websites reporting that Sony had shown working demonstrations of the concept prior to the rumor at the Tokyo Game Show, showing LittleBigPlanet 2 and Killzone 3 supporting the feature.[14][15] Despite this, the rumor was declared false by Sony, who said that the feature had to be implemented on the software side by developers on an individual basis, not on a hardware level.[16]

    PS3 to Vita Remote Play went on to be rarely implemented as well. It retained any games supported by PS3 to PSP Remote Play support, including all original PlayStation games, but was again rarely used by actual PS3 games. Only a few games supported it, namely HD Remasters such as The Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection and the God of War Collection.[17]

    President of Sony's Worldwide Studios for Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. Shuhei Yoshida summarized the issues with PS3 to Vita Remote Play:

    "The single biggest issue, why there are not many PlayStation 3 games that support Remote Play, was that it was optional – the system didn't do much. The game has to set aside some memory or CPU to be able to do that, and usually, memory is the most precious resource that [development] teams fight amongst each other for. So when it comes down to the priorities, these are features that are very easy to drop."[18]

    Despite this, unofficial hacks to the PS3 firmware have been reported to unlock the Remote Play feature in a number of PS3 games with varying degrees of success. Games such as Battlefield 3[14] and BioShock Infinite[19] have been shown to technically be feasible, though still impossible to do without unofficially hacking the PS3's firmware.

    PS4 to PS Vita[edit]

    In June 2013, Sony announced that all PlayStation 4 games would be compatible with Remote Play with the PS Vita, with the exception of games which conceptually would not work, such as ones that heavily revolve around PlayStation Eye use.[18] Otherwise, contrary to PS3 to PS Vita Remote Play, PS4 to PS Vita Remote Play is designed on a hardware level, meaning that all games are automatically compatible, and it is only up to developers to make sure the controls adapt well to being played on a Vita instead of a DualShock 4.[18] This iteration of Remote Play was developed by Gaikai,[20] who also developed PlayStation Now.[21] Remote Play on the updated PlayStation Vita 2000 was shown at Tokyo Game Show in 2013.[22]

    Other variants[edit]

    PS4 firmware update 1.70 introduced full remote play functionality for the PlayStation TV, allowing users to play PS4 games in a separate room or house, on a television set with a PS TV device remotely connected to the PS4.[23][24]

    Remote Play with the PS4 is available for Androidsmartphones and tablet computers running Android 5.0 Lollipop or later, and requires a DualShock 4 in order to play games. The service was made available on 28 October 2014, exclusively on Sony's Xperia Z3 series phones,[25][26] and was expanded to Sony's older Z2 series a month later.[27] In October 2019, support was expanded to all Android smartphones with the release of PS4 system software 7.00.[28]

    With the release of PS4 system software 3.50 on 6 April 2016, Remote Play was made available on Windows PCs and macOS.[29] A DualShock 4 controller is required to use it, and must be connected through a USB cable or wirelessly via a separate accessory. 1080p streaming is available when using a PS4 Pro model.

    Cloud gaming and Remote Play are some of several Gaikai-powered streaming services announced for the PlayStation 4 through its PlayStation Now service.[30]Cloud gaming differs from Remote Play in that Remote Play allows games on home devices to operate remotely over a wireless network,[31] while cloud gaming refers to a game that resides on a distant server rather than on a user's device.[32]

    Support for PlayStation 5 games was added to the app in early November 2020, just prior to the console's launch on November 12, 2020.[33]

    Software compatibility[edit]

    In 2007, Sony made all original PlayStation games, when played on a PlayStation 3, compatible with Remote Play on the PSP.[11] Additionally, Sony has announced that all PlayStation 4 games will be playable on the PlayStation Vita.[5] Beyond these two scenarios, Remote Play was a feature that was sparingly implemented in games. The below chart indicates instances when Remote Play on PS3 is an available feature.

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. ^"Remote Play for Windows". Windows Store. Microsoft. Retrieved October 28, 2017.
    2. ^"PS4 Remote Play for Android". October 3, 2017. Retrieved October 28, 2017.
    3. ^"Remote Play for Mac". October 3, 2017. Retrieved 28 October 2017.
    4. ^"Remote Play for PS3 and PSP". Support.us.playstation.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-10. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    5. ^ abcd"Sony: Vita Remote Play for All PS4 Games". IGN. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    6. ^PS3 Update features (Version 3.30)
    7. ^Yoon, Andrew (2006-10-03). "Is that a PSP in your PlayStation 3?". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    8. ^Yoon, Andrew (2006-10-19). "Sony Gamer's Day reveals new PSP-PS3 details". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    9. ^Yoon, Andrew (2006-10-27). "PSP-PS3 connectivity stays away from discs". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    10. ^Yoon, Andrew (2006-12-13). "Advanced Remote Play functionality coming in March". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    11. ^ abKlepek, Patrick (2007-12-18). "Any PS1 Game Playable on PSP via Remote Play: News from". 1UP.com. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    12. ^"F1 on the PS3 – PSP in the Rear View – Digital Displacement".
    13. ^Yin, Wesley (2011-11-24). "PS3 firmware to enable Vita Remote Play for all games • News • PlayStation Vita •". Eurogamer.net. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    14. ^ abLeadbetter, Richard (2012-01-23). "Hacked PS3 games running on Vita via Remote Play • Blogs •". Eurogamer.net. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    15. ^"Sony Denies Remote Play Support for All PS3 Titles Rumor". Playstationlifestyle.net. 2011-12-02. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    16. ^"Sony denies full PS3-to-Vita Remote Play". Gematsu. 2011-12-02. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    17. ^ abc"Remote Play Brings God of War, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collections to PS Vita Today – PlayStation.Blog". Blog.us.playstation.com. 2012-09-05. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    18. ^ abcParfitt, Ben. "PS4-Vita Remote Play enabled at a system level | Games industry news | MCV". Mcvuk.com. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    19. ^"BioShock Infinite is technically playable on PS Vita through Remote Play". Polygon. 2013-03-27. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    20. ^RadioPS (2013-08-21). "Gaikai Used for PS4 Remote Play On Vita". RadioPS. Retrieved 2013-10-01.
    21. ^"Sony reveals the PlayStation 4 ahead of holiday 2013 launch". ArsTechnica. 2013-02-20. Retrieved 2013-10-01.
    22. ^"Hands-on with the new PlayStation Vita". Engadget. 2013-09-13. Retrieved 2013-10-01.
    23. ^2014-04-17, PS4“システムソフトウェア バージョン1.70”の内容が公開、ニコニコ生放送や各配信サービス内の動画アーカイブへの対応、HDCP信号オフなど, Famitsu
    24. ^2014-04-17, PS4がバージョン1.70へのアップデートでニコ生HD配信などに対応!, Weekly ASCII
    25. ^McWhertor, Michael (September 3, 2014). "PS4 Remote Play is coming to Sony Xperia Z3 phones and tablets this November". Polygon. Retrieved 1 October 2014.
    26. ^"Are you ready to PLAY? PS4™ Remote Play now available for Xperia™ Z3 series". 28 October 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
    27. ^"You can Remote Play PS4 games on your Xperia Z2 devices now, too".
    28. ^"PS4 System Software Update 7.00 Launches This Week". 6 October 2019. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
    29. ^"PlayStation's 3.50 system software update out tomorrow". PlayStation.Blog.Europe. 2016-04-05. Retrieved 2017-11-24.
    30. ^"PS4 hits November 15 for $399: What you need to know (hands-on)". cnet.com. 2013-06-10. Retrieved 2013-10-02.
    31. ^"About Remote Play". Retrieved 2013-10-02.
    32. ^"What is Cloud Gaming?". Retrieved 2013-10-02.
    33. ^Zheng, Jenny (November 9, 2020). "PS5 Games Can Be Streamed Through PS4 With Remote Play". GameSpot. Retrieved November 8, 2020.
    34. ^"Bejeweled 2 Coming to PSN – PlayStation.Blog". Blog.us.playstation.com. 2009-01-29. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
    35. ^Yoon, Andrew (2008-08-14). "Reminder: Bionic Commando Rearmed works via Remote Play". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-18.
    36. ^"BlazBlue Gets PSP Support Via Remote Play". Kotaku.com. Retrieved 2013-07-18.
    37. ^"Gundemonium Collection". Gundemonium.com. Retrieved 2013-07-18.
    38. ^"Next Idolmaster Gravure Game Supports Remote Play on PlayStation Vita". Andriasang.com. Retrieved 2013-07-19.
    39. ^"セガチュンプロジェクト 公式サイト". Chun.sega.jp. Archived from the original on 2007-05-17. Retrieved 2013-07-19.
    40. ^Miller, Ross (2007-09-03). "Play Lair on PSP with remote play". Joystiq. Retrieved 2013-07-18.
    41. ^"GC 2008: LEGO Batman to support PS3-PSP Remote Play | Lego Batman: The Videogame news | PSP". Pocket Gamer. 2008-08-27. Retrieved 2013-07-19.
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    External links[edit]

    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_Play
    Tutorial How To Use Remote Play PS Vita In PS3 Jailbreak

    PS Remote Play

    Use PS Remote Play to access your PS5™ or PS4™ wherever you go.

    With PS Remote Play, you can:
    • Display the PlayStation®5 or PlayStation®4 screen on your mobile device.
    • Use the on-screen controller on your mobile device to control your PS5 or PS4.
    • Join voice chats using the mic on your mobile device.
    • Enter text on your PS5 or PS4 using the keyboard on your mobile device.

    To use this app, you need the following:
    • A mobile device with Android 7.0 or later installed
    • A PS5 or PS4 console with the latest system software version
    • An account for PlayStation Network
    • A fast and stable internet connection

    When using mobile data:
    • Depending on your carrier and network conditions, you may not be able to use Remote Play.
    • Remote Play uses a lot more data than most video streaming services. Data charges may apply.

    Verified devices:
    • Google Pixel 3 series
    • Google Pixel 4 series
    • Google Pixel 5

    Using the DUALSHOCK®4 Wireless Controller:
    • You can use the DUALSHOCK 4 on many mobile devices with Android 10 or later installed. To use the touch pad function, use the on-screen controller.
    • All functions of the DUALSHOCK 4 are available for Xperia smartphones and tablets that support the DUALSHOCK 4.

    Note:
    • This app may not work properly on unverified devices.
    • This app may not be compatible with some games.
    • Depending on your mobile device's performance, you might experience input lag when using your wireless controller.

    Sours: https://play.google.com/

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