Sony PlayStation DualSense controller now compatible with Android 12
You might have noticed that certain mobile games or cloud gaming services aren't too great with touch controls. In those cases, it's probably best if you use a controller. Some controllers weren't compatible with Android 12 before, but that's no longer a problem.
As announced by Sony PlayStation (PS), the DualSense controller is now compatible with Android 12. With the new update, you can now pair your DualSense controller to a smartphone or tablet running the OS and use it wirelessly. Of course, you can also hook it up with a USB-C to USC-C cable and it should work.
New PS Remote Play update for Android 12 users enables pairing with a DualSense wireless controller, and new DualShock 4 features including touchpad, motion sensor, rumble and battery indicator: https://t.co/4fpa77Ggi5— PlayStation (@PlayStation) November 16, 2021
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Besides that, you can now use the DualSense controller for PlayStation Remote Play on Android 12. For those unaware, Remote Play allows you to stream PS4/PS5 games to other devices like smartphones. You can then use a DualShock 4 (DS4) or DualSense controller to play those games. As for controller features, you can enjoy sensor, rumble/vibration, battery indicator, and touchpad for Remote Play using the DS4 controller.
Have you tried testing to see if the DualSense can now pair with your phone? Let us know how it feels to play mobile games with it in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.