Ps5 remote play on phone

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    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

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    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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    Once everything is set up, you’ll be able to turn on your PS5 using the Remote Play app, so long as the base console is in rest mode. However, this does mean that if you activate the console from another room, it fully powers on and, depending on your TV settings, may auto-switch the active HDMI input. Check your unique set-up to make sure this doesn’t interrupt other TV users. You’ve been warned.

    Unfortunately, you do need your phone and your PS5 to be on the same WiFi network for PlayStation Remote Play to work, and Sony recommends you have at least 5Mbps download speed. And, no, there’s currently no way to use Remote Play over a mobile data connection, even a high-speed 5G one.

    Next, you’ll need a PlayStation 4 controller. Yes, 4. Hold down both the home button (with the PS logo) and the Share button until the light bar flashes. The controller is now in pairing mode. Head to your phone’s Bluetooth settings, and add a new device – on Android, it should appear as "Wireless Controller", while iOS may see "PS4 Controller". Head back to the Remote Play app – you may need to reconnect to the PS5 – and you’ll now be able to control the system UI and most games directly through the controller, as you would normally.

    While it is possible to pair the PS5 DualSense controller to your phone via Bluetooth, it’s currently unsupported by the app itself – in our tests, the phone handset detected and would connect to the DualSense, but the PS5 received no input from it.

    Using the PS4 controller, most games play as normal, albeit without the additional features the DualSense provides. A notable exception so far is Astro’s Playroom, the showcase title built-in on PS5, which requires DualSense features. However, the likes of Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Bugsnax run just fine.

    Also, remember to have your phone screen set to auto-rotate, in order to get a full, horizontal view. If not, you’ll only get a tiny widescreen image at the top of your phone in portrait mode, which is far from ideal – on a Pixel 2 XL, that means approximately 7x4cm of screen space.

    The Remote Play app also offers a virtual onscreen controller. But, as is the case with all onscreen controllers, it’s terrible to use, lacking any precision and failing at mapping a 3D button layout onto a 2D surface. However, if you don’t have a spare controller – or a PS4 controller at all – then it could do at a push for slower games.

    Hopefully, Sony will patch in full DualSense support and the potential to untether from your home WiFi network for those with 5G data plans. But, for the time being, PlayStation Remote Play offers a solid alternative for playing away from the main TV – just as long as you’re not leaving the house.

    How to Remote Play on Xbox Series X|S

    At a glance, Microsoft’s approach is remarkable. Like much of the Series X|S architecture, it’s effectively the same as on Xbox One, so if you’ve set up Xbox Remote Play before, the process is going to be the same.

    For anyone who hasn’t, first make sure your console is prepared. Do a system software update (or check you’re up-to-date) by heading to Settings, System, Updates. It should automatically check, and prompt you to update if you don’t already have the latest version. Then, make sure Remote Play is activated, by heading to Settings, Devices & Connections, Remote Features, and checking that the box for "Enable remote features" is ticked.

    Next, get the Xbox App – again available on Android and iOS. The good news is this is a more full-featured app than Sony’s Remote Play app, allowing you to interact with the entire Xbox experience – your game library, your friends list, notifications, titles available via Game Pass, and more. To get started with Remote Play though, tap the broadcast icon – the icon currently still looks like an Xbox One laid horizontally, and is in the top right of the screen, next to the bell icon.

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    How to Remote Play PS5 Games on Android

    What to Know

    • First, click Settings > System > Power SavingFeatures...Rest Mode and select Stay Connected...Internet and Enable Turning...Network.
    • Then set up your PS5 to accept Remote Play via Settings > System > Remote Play Enable Remote Play.
    • Open the PS Remote Play app on your Android and tap Sign in to PSN Confirm and Continue PS5 > console name.

    This article teaches you how to set up PS5 Remote Play on Android so you can play PS5 games through your Android smartphone. It also explains PS5 Remote Play controller compatibility.

    PS Remote Play Requirements 

    To use the PS5 Remote Play feature, you need:

    • A PlayStation 5 console.
    • A compatible mobile device.
    • The free PS Remote Play app.
    • At least 5 Mbps broadband internet (Sony recommends 15 Mbps via a LAN cable for the best experience). 
    • A PS5 game installed on the console.

    How to Set up Your Playstation 5 to Use Remote Play in Rest Mode

    If your PS5 is switched off or has the wrong settings configured, you can't use Remote Play. Here's how to ensure your PS5 stays in Rest Mode and is also able to offer Remote Play.

    1. Click Settings.

    2. Click System.

    3. Click Power Saving.

    4. Click Features Available in Rest Mode.

    5. Click Stay Connected to the Internet and Enable Turning on PS5 from Network.

    6. Your PS5 is now set up to play via Remote Play.

    How to Set up PS5 Remote Play on the Playstation 5

    Before you can play games remotely via your Android smartphone, you need to set up your PS5 to allow the connection. Here's what to do.

    1. On your PlayStation 5, click Settings.

    2. Click System.

    3. Click Remote Play.

    4. Click Enable Remote Play.

    5. Remote Play is now enabled on your PS5 console.

    How to Play PS5 Games on Your Android Smartphone

    Now that you've set up your PlayStation 5 to be able to use Remote Play, here's how to use PS Remote Play on your Android smartphone.

    Note:

    Not all games are compatible with Remote Play but the majority are. 

    1. On your Android phone, go to the Google Play Store and download PS Remote Play.

    2. Open the PS Remote Play app.

    3. Tap Sign in to PSN.

    4. Log in to your PSN account.

    5. Tap Confirm and Continue.

    6. Tap PS5.

    7. Wait for the app to find your games console.

    8. Tap the console name to connect.

    9. Wait a moment for the phone to connect to the console.

    10. You're now connected to your PS5 via your Android phone and can begin playing a game.

    What You Can and Can't Do With PS Remote Play on Your Android Phone

    There are good and bad things about what you can do via PS Remote Play. Here's a brief overview of what can and can't be done.

    Can Do

    • You can play most game remotely. It's possible to play any game currently installed on your PS5 via PS Remote Play. This includes both PS4 and PS5 games. Just load the game like you normally would. Disc-based games do need to be inserted in the console beforehand to do so. It's not possible to play games that use PlayStation VR or the PlayStation Camera.
    • You can use touchscreen controls or a PS4 DualShock controller. It's possible to connect a PS4 controller to your Android phone and use that to control the action, or you can use touchscreen controls that are displayed on your phone while the Remote Play app is active.

    Can't Do

    • You can't use the PS5 DualSense controller with Remote Play. While you can connect your PS5 DualSense controller to your Android smartphone, it's not currently possible to use it within the Remote Play app.
    • You can't play Blu-Ray Discs or DVDs via Remote Play. You also can't play music with Spotify via the app. Generally, anything that involves licensed video content is off-limits when using the PS Remote Play app.

    Thanks for letting us know!

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    Install [PS Remote Play] on your mobile device, such as an Android™ smartphone or tablet, iPhone digital mobile device, or iPad digital mobile device, and then connect to your PS5 console.

    Get ready

    You’ll need the following to use Remote Play:

    • Android™ smartphone or tablet, iPhone, or iPad
      For details about system requirements, go to Google Play™ or the App Store.
    • PS5 console
      Always update your PS5 console to the latest version of the system software.
    • An account for PlayStation™Network
      Use the same account that you use for your PS5 console. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one first.
    • High-speed internet connection
      As a standard, we recommend a high-speed connection with upload and download speeds of at least 5 Mbps. For best performance, we recommend a high-speed connection with upload and download speeds of at least 15 Mbps.
      To use mobile data for Remote Play, you'll need to set up your mobile device. For details, see "Prepare your mobile device".
    • Remote Play uses a lot more data than most video streaming services. If you're using Remote Play with mobile data, be careful not to exceed your data cap or run up a large mobile phone bill.
    • You can connect your wireless controller to your mobile device. To find out more about compatible devices and how to connect your wireless controller, see “Using a wireless controller”.
    • To use voice chat, you’ll need a microphone, such as the built-in microphone on your mobile device.

    Install the app

    From Google Play™ or the App Store, download and install [PS Remote Play] on your mobile device. You can use the same app to connect to your PS5 console and PS4 console. You can also access Google Play™ or the App Store using the following 2D codes. You’ll only need to do these steps the first time you use the app.

    Set up your PS5 console

    Set up your PS5 console in the following ways. You’ll only need to do this the first time you use Remote Play:

    • From the home screen, select [Settings] > [System] > [Remote Play], and then turn on [Enable Remote Play].
    • To start Remote Play while your PS5 console is in rest mode, select [Settings] > [System] > [Power Saving] > [Features Available in Rest Mode]. Then turn on [Stay Connected to the Internet] and [Enable Turning on PS5 from Network].

    Prepare your mobile device

    To use mobile data for Remote Play, you'll need to set up your mobile device. Depending on your carrier and network conditions, you might not be able to use mobile data for Remote Play.
    If your device is connected to Wi-Fi®, you'll continue to use Wi-Fi when you start Remote Play.

    1.
    Launch [PS Remote Play] on your mobile device, and then select [Sign In to PSN].
    2.
    Sign in with the same account that you use for your PS5 console.
    3.
    Select [Settings] at the upper right corner of the screen, and turn on [Mobile Data] > [Using Mobile Data].
    4.
    Select [OK].
    • We recommend that you turn on [Notify Me When Using Mobile Data]. You'll be notified each time you start Remote Play using mobile data.
    • You can choose the image quality of Remote Play when using mobile data. Select [Video Quality for Streaming] to adjust this setting. Data traffic may vary depending on the video quality you choose.

    Start Remote Play

    You’ll take the following steps each time you connect to your PS5 console from your mobile device.

    1.
    Turn on your PS5 console or put it into rest mode.
    2.
    Launch [PS Remote Play] on your mobile device, and then select [Sign In to PSN].
    3.
    Sign in with the same account that you use for your PS5 console.
    4.
    Select [PS5].
    The app searches for the PS5 console that you’ve signed in to using your account, and then connects to the console automatically. After it connects, the screen of your PS5 console displays on your mobile device and you can start using Remote Play. If multiple PS5 consoles are found, select the console that you’d like to use.
    From the second time onwards, you’ll be able to select the console that you connected to previously.
    • Your mobile device won't be able to search and connect to your PS5 console if it's been more than 60 days since you last logged in. Before trying to connect remotely from outside your home, check that your device connects properly while you're near your PS5 console.
    • If the app can’t find the device that you’d like to connect, or if you can’t use Remote Play, see “When Remote Play is not available”.

    Remote Play controls

    If you tap on the screen of your mobile device during Remote Play, the controller buttons display.

    If you’re using an Android™ smartphone or tablet, button and icon designs may vary.

    If you select [options], the control panel displays.

    You can perform the following actions from the control panel:

    Quit Remote Play

    1.
    Tap on the screen during Remote Play.
    The controller buttons display.
    2.
    At the bottom right corner of the screen, select [options].
    The control panel for Remote Play displays.
    3.
    Select [Settings], and then select [Disconnect].
    You’ll see a message that says “This Remote Play session will be disconnected”.
    To quit Remote Play while your PS5 console is in rest mode, select the checkbox for [Put the connected console in rest mode].
    4.
    Select [OK].
    Remote Play quits and the screen returns to its original state before your mobile device was connected to your PS5 console.
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    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.

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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 .

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    PlayStation Remote Play on mobile devices

    With Remote Play, you can control your PlayStation® console remotely wherever you have a high-speed internet connection.

    Get started with Remote Play on mobile devices

    Using the PS Remote Play app, you can control your PlayStation®5 console or PlayStation®4 console from a mobile device. Check your devices meet the requirements and then follow the steps below to set up Remote Play.

    Remote Play on mobile requirements

    You’ll need the following to use Remote Play:

    • Android™ smartphone or tablet, iPhone, or iPad
      For details about system requirements, go to Google Play™ or the App Store.
    • PS5™console or PS4™console
      Always update your console to the latest version of the system software.
    • An account for PlayStation™Network
      Use the same account that you use for your console. If you don’t have an account, you’ll need to create one first.
    • High-speed internet connection
      As a standard, we recommend a high-speed connection with upload and download speeds of at least 5 Mbps. For best performance, we recommend a high-speed connection with upload and download speeds of at least 15 Mbps.
    • You can connect a DualSense™ wireless controller or DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller to supported mobile devices for use with Remote Play. Please visit the guides below for more information.
    • To use voice chat, you'll need a microphone, such as the built-in microphone on your mobile device.

    Install the Remote Play app on your device

    From Google Play™ or the App Store, download and install PS Remote Play on your mobile device. You can use the same app to connect to your PS5 console and PS4 console. You'll only need to do these steps the first time you use the app.

    Set up your PS5 console for Remote Play 

    You'll only need to do this the first time you use Remote Play: 

    1. From the home screen, select Settings System Remote Play, and then turn on Enable Remote Play
    2. To start Remote Play while your PS5 console is in rest mode, select Settings > System > Power Saving > Features Available in Rest Mode. Then select the checkboxes for Stay Connected to the Internet and Enable Turning on PS5 from Network.
    Set up your PS4 console for remote play

    You’ll only need to do this the first time you use Remote Play: 

    1. From the function screen, go to Settings > Remote Play Connection Settings, and then turn on Enable Remote Play
    2. From the function screen, go to Settings > Account Management > Activate as Your Primary PS4, and then select Activate. You can enable this setting on only one PS4 console for each account. 
    3. To start Remote Play while your PS4 console is in rest mode, select Settings > Power Save Settings > Set Features Available in Rest Mode. Then turn on Stay Connected to the Internet and Enable Turning on PS4 from Network.

    Start Remote Play from your mobile device

    You'll take the following steps each time you connect to your PS5 console or PS4 console from your mobile device.

    1. Turn on your console or put it into rest mode. 
    2. Launch PS Remote Play on your mobile device, and then select Sign In to PSN
      Sign in with the same account that you use for your console. 
    3. Select PS5 or PS4.
      The app searches for the console that you’ve signed in to using your account, and then connects to the console automatically. After it connects, the screen of your console displays on your mobile device and you can start using Remote Play. If multiple consoles are found, select the console that you'd like to use. 

    From the second time onwards, you'll be able to select the console that you connected to previously.

    Remote Play controls on mobile devices

    If you tap on the screen of your mobile device during Remote Play, the controller buttons display. If you're using an Android™ smartphone or tablet, button and icon designs may vary.

    PS5 controls on Remote Play mobile app

    If you select options, the control panel displays.

    • Settings
      You can change settings such as screen orientation and how the controller buttons display. The control panel is also where you'll quit Remote Play.
    • Create button
      Perform the same functions as the controller's create button.
    • PS button
      Display the control center of your PS5 console.
    • Microphone status
      Select Mic on / Mic off to turn the microphone on or off.
    • Options button
      Perform the same functions as the controller's options button.
    • Close
      Close the control panel.
    PS4 controls on Remote Play mobile app

    If you select options, the control panel displays.

    You can perform the following actions from the control panel:

    • Settings
      You can change settings such as screen orientation and how the controller buttons display. The control panel is also where you'll quit Remote Play.
    • SHARE button
      Perform the same functions as the controller's SHARE button.
    • PS button
      Display the home screen of your PS4 console.
    • Microphone status
      Select Mic on / Mic off to turn the microphone on or off.
    • OPTIONS button
      Perform the same functions as the controller's OPTIONS button.
    • Close
      Close the control panel.

    Quit Remote Play

    1. Tap on the screen during Remote Play.
      The controller buttons display.
    2. On the bottom right corner of the screen, select options.
      The control panel for Remote Play displays.
    3. Select Settings, and then select Disconnect.
      You’ll see a message that says "This Remote Play session will be disconnected".
    4. To quit Remote Play while your console is in rest mode, select the checkbox for Put the connected console in rest mode.
    5. Select OK.
      Remote Play quits and the screen returns to its original state before your mobile device was connected to your console.
    Sours: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/support/games/playstation-remote-play-on-mobile-devices/


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