Stream PS4 games on the PS Vita Video
Stream PS4 games on the PS Vita Video Transcript
Nothing is worst than being interrupted while playing your favorite game, whether you're being kicked off the TV, or maybe you just need to go to the bathroom. This isn't a problem anymore. Thanks to the improved Remote Play feature on the PlayStation 4. This lets you continue the game anywhere you go, as long as you own a portable PlayStation Vita console. Go to Settings, on the PlayStation 4, and select the PS Vita Connection Settings Option. Make sure Remote Play is enabled, and then click on, Add Device. From the Vita's home screen, select PS4 link, choose Remote Play, enter the code that appears on your TV screen, and click on Connect to the System. Then just choose the game you wanna play and you're off. The Vita can also be used as a second screen to show additional details while playing select PS4 game. This can be set up using the same method as the Remote Play. For more tips like these, visit howto.cnet.com. For CNET, I'm Dan Graziano.
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