How to Stream on Xbox Series X/S Consoles Games to Other Devices?

How to Stream on Xbox Series X/S Consoles Games to Other Devices?

Does anybody else have the TV in your house? Can you want to play in another room without lugging or leaving around your console? With our methods, you will download games from these consoles to other computers on the same wireless network if you are able to connect the Xbox Series X, or the Xbox Series S consoles.

Either you don’t need a very good WiFi signal or internet to operate around your house, you need a reliable signal to achieve the best results. If possible, please use an Ethernet cable to directly plug your consoles like Xbox Series X/S into your router. It would also be helpful to turn other machines off with WiFi. If you want to stream better you can try these methods below!

How to Stream on Xbox Series X/S Consoles Easily?

If you have an Xbox X or S console series to a Windows platform. It’s really unusual because the older Xbox One consoles are so straightforward. The functionality is developing but is not live as you write, and while an update is beginning to memorize, there is currently no news of a launch date for this.

You may be able to use Xbox One X and Xbox One S, but you may be using a third-party tool, such as OneCast, to accomplish your task.

You would instead only stream yourself to phones and tablets. Open the Device & Connections and Remote Features option on your Xbox and then activate Enable Remote Features option.

Firstly, for or iOS, you need the official Xbox version. Tap the connection button (left of the bell icon) in the top right corner after you have completed the basic sign-in and setup process. Create a monitor, obey the on-screen directions.

You should then press the library button in the application Xbox (second from the bottom left), then consoles. Then choose the Play Remote for this unit, select Xbox. You will be paired within a few seconds whether your Xbox is on and online, and your phone or tablet can screen your Xbox window.

In order to really get through the Xbox app, you must also attach your gamepad to your mobile computer. The official Xbox controllers are okay, or you can choose from any third-party option that works for your phone or tablet. In Android Settings, you can install Bluetooth accessories from Connected devices, or via Bluetooth to iOS Settings.

Here are the official steps for stream on Xbox:

  • On your Xbox One, press the Xbox button to open the guide, and then select Profile & system (your account icon) > Settings. Choose Devices & streaming > Device connections > Allow game streaming to other devices.
  • Then, under the Xbox application, select Allow connections from any device to allow anyone who’s connected to your home network to stream games and TV. To limit streaming to only a few people, select Only from profiles signed in on this Xbox. 

You can also check our guide for Xbox Streaming Application here.

Author: Yunus Emre

Hello, I'm Yunus Emre Ozdiyar. I’m a graduate from the Department of Physics at Istanbul University and interested in cinema, music, games, and technology. I love to discover and write about what’s new in gaming.

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