Posted Sep 24, 2018 11:18:22A lot of gamers have been asking for a way to connect their PS2 to their Android smartphone and play games from their Android phone, but how do you actually do that?
If you want to connect your PS2 console to your Android phone using the internet, the easiest way to do it is with a smartphone emulator.
You just need to connect the PS2 and the Android phone to your PC via USB and it works!
But you’ll need to download the PSX emulator app, which is included in the Android App Store, or the PS3 emulator app.
And there’s a catch!
If you’re not familiar with the PSP emulator app or the DS emulator app you can skip the next part of this article and head straight to the DS one!
Let’s get started!
First, head over to Google Play to get the app and install it.
Once it’s installed, tap the link to open the app.
You’ll see a new “Connect” screen that lets you know it’s working.
Tap it and then select the “Android” or “PS3” option.
You should see a list of devices you’ve connected to, one of which should be the PS4.
If it’s not, you’ll see something like this:This screen will let you select which PS4 you want.
Select the PS Vita and then the PS TV, and the emulator will tell you how to connect it.
Select a device, then the phone and it will connect to the PSN.
You can connect a PS Vita or PS3 to your phone from the phone itself.
If you want, you can add more devices to the list.
To do that, tap on the “+” button on the PS button on your phone, then select “Add Device.”
This will bring up the PS Store, where you’ll be able to add a new device to the database.
Tap on that new device, and then tap “Add” on the PlayStation Store.
This will show a screen with a list showing all the devices that connect to your PS Vita.
Tap the “+Add Device” button and you’ll get a list that lets the emulator choose which device you want it to connect to.
You don’t need to know the name of the device, but you can just tap the device’s name.
If you need to, you just have to make sure that the device doesn’t already have an emulator running on it.
When the list is filled up, you’re done!
Go ahead and click “Add to PS Store” and you’re all set!
When you’re ready to go, just open the PSS emulator app on your Android smartphone, and you should see the list of compatible devices and their devices list.
Tap on the device you wish to connect and you can connect it to your smartphone.
The emulator will show up on the screen as a device.
You can choose to use the PS5 emulator app instead, but it doesn’t work that well either.
If the emulator is running, you should be able connect it via Bluetooth.
If not, connect to it using USB.
The first step is to install the PSR-2 and PSX emulators.
You only need to do this once, but if you don’t want to install them now, you will have to wait until you get your Android device setup and then start using them later.
Download and install both the PS SRC-2 emulator and PS SSC-2 emulators, then install both to the same directory.
Open the PSSC emulator app and open the “Settings” menu.
Select “PlayStation 4” and then “Android.”
Tap “Select Device” and it should start loading up the emulator.
Tap “Add device” and the device should be listed.
You should be greeted with a “Connecting to” screen.
Select it and the emulation will start up.
You need to tap “Connect.”
This time, the emulator should display “Connected.”
If you don, you might see an error message, or you might not see any.
You might also have to restart the emulator to complete the connection.
Once you’ve done that, the emulators should be connected to the phone, and when you open the phone you’ll have a “PS Vita” icon.
If your PS4 is connected to your android phone, you won’t see the PSVita icon.
You have to close the emulator app to close it.
You might be asking yourself why you’d want to play PS4 games on an Android smartphone when you can use the Android TV?
This is because the PS1 and PS2 are still the best mobile games for PS3s and PS4s, and there are a lot of great PS2 games on the Android devices.
The only problem is that there are some PS4-specific games on these devices.
The PS1 was a great game for PS2s, but not