With the most recent version, Android users may now use the Sony PS4 Remote Play application, which now supports Bluetooth PS4 controllers.
With the release of Playstation 4 firmware update 7.00, console users may now take advantage of the fantastic capabilities of remote play on compatible Android smartphones.
This means that whether you’re sick, having a lazy day, or simply want to relax in a different section of the house, you no longer have to carry your console from your play area to your bedroom TV to play.
The PS4 controller on Android smartphones is supported by this fantastic solution as well.
As a result, you won’t have to use the cumbersome on-screen virtual controllers to operate your PS4 but rather a controller.
The appropriately called Sony Remote Play download is available for most Android handsets, even some older generations, and is free.
Remote play instructions may be found at https://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps4/basic.html.
You must first download the software from the Google Play Store or the equivalent on your smartphone to utilise Sony Remote Play.
If Sony Remote Play is compatible with your device, you should be able to discover it in the list of applications by simply searching for it.
Probably, the app is sadly incompatible with your device if it isn’t mentioned.
Instead, you can come across a listing for Sony Second Screen. Since this app is a little unusual, not all games work with it.
You may use Sony Remote Play after you download and install the programm.
Follow these easy steps to set up the app for usage with your PS4:
- Make sure your PS4 is linked to the same network as your device.
- Turn on your PlayStation 4 device.
- Open the Remote Play application on your smartphone.
- From the Main Menu, press the ‘Start’ button.
After a small delay, your PS4 should now register with your Android smartphone, and you will have access to your PS4.
The PS4 Remote Play software isn’t always reliable, and you may need to manually register devices occasionally.
Note the distinct ID provided by the PS4
Follow these easy steps to use your PS4 controller with Remote Play:
- Turn on Bluetooth on the connected device.
- Open the Remote Play app for the Sony PS4.
- At the bottom of the screen, click the “Connect” button.
- while holding the Share and PS buttons
- Watch for the light bar on your controller flashing; this indicates that it is in Bluetooth “Pair Mode.”
- Select the PS4 controller (“Wireless Controller”) from the list of devices in your Android Bluetooth menu after Pair Mode has been entered.
- Your Android smartphone and PS4 controller should now be connected.
Remember that the PS4 wireless controller can only be linked to one device at a time, so turn off Bluetooth on your Android smartphone before using the PS4 again.
With Sony PS4 firmware version 7.00, further enhancements were included in addition to the outstanding Remote Play and controller functionality.
People who like playing PS4 games with others will be happy to discover that the Party Feature has undergone a minor but substantial change.
The number of participants in each part has grown from 8 to 16, there is a better network connection, and each session’s conversation transcripts are now accessible. Audio quality has also been enhanced.