Android 12 now supports DualSense

Android 12 now supports DualSense

Tech Highlights:

  • Users with Android 10 up will be able to use Remote Play with a DualShock 4, but will not be able to access the new features. It’s a big update, but it won’t benefit a lot of people because it requires Android 12, which most non-Pixel phones don’t have. However, in the following weeks and months, we expect many devices to receive the new operating system. The PS4 gamepad may still be linked to phones running Android 10 or Android 11 to make use of the latest DualShock 4 functionality.

  • Users using Android 12 should rejoice! The PS Remote Play app has received a new update from Sony. Users will be able to play games on the system by connecting a DualSense controller through Bluetooth. If you have a PlayStation 5 and a Google Pixel 6 or any Pixel phone, you can now use Remote Play to link your console games to your phone using a DualSense wireless controller. The update improved the use of the DualShock 4 controller, which now includes the. The PS Remote Play app allows users to play games on a PS4 or PS5 system from afar. It’s free and works on both PC and iOS.

This improvement will undoubtedly entice gamers to curl up this winter and play with their Sony controllers longer. According to AndroidPolice, you can use the controller with an Android 11 device. But features like the rumble and touchpad won’t work, and you can run into additional issues. If you have any questions regarding the world of gaming, feel free to ask in the comments below. For more content, stay with us, here at Spiel Times. Make sure you also subscribe to our push-notifications and never miss an update from the world of video games. Follow us on Twitter @spieltimes for the latest PS5 restock and drop. Until next time, Stay Safe and Happy Gaming!

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