PS4 Link Using remote play on a home network

Connect your system and the PS4™ system directly using Wi-Fi, or connect them through a wireless access point.

Preparing for first-time use

Before performing these procedures, you must do the following:

    • On the PS4™ system's function screen, select (Settings) > [Remote Play Connection Settings], and then select the [Enable Remote Play] checkbox to set a checkmark.
    • If you are connecting the systems directly using Wi-Fi, select (Settings) > [Remote Play Connection Settings] from the PS4™ system's function screen, and then select the [Connect Directly with PlayStation®Vita System] checkbox to set a checkmark.
    • If you are connecting the systems using a wireless access point, the systems must be connected to the same network.

Registering (pairing) a device

You can register one PS4™ system on your system for remote play.

1.
Log in to the PS4™ system.
When logging in to the PS4™ system, select the user with the Sony Entertainment Network account that matches the account used to sign in on your system.
2.
On your system, select (PS4 Link) > [Start] > [Remote Play].
If a PS4™ system is not found, follow the screens to manually register the PS4™ system on your system.
When registration is complete, the PS4™ system's screen is displayed on your system.

Playing remotely

1.
Turn on the PS4™ system
2.
On your system, select (PS4 Link) > [Start] > [Remote Play].
When the devices connect successfully, the PS4™ system screen appears on your system.

If you enable remote start on the PS4™ system, you can use remote play to wake the PS4™ system from standby mode. On the PS4™system's function screen, select (Settings) > [Power Save Settings] > [Set Functions Available in Standby Mode], and then select both [Connect to the Internet] and [Enable Turning On PS4 from Network] to set checkmarks.

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