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Nov 29, 2019

You don't actually need a Pixel phone to use Stadia on Android

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sources: XDA Developers
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The unofficial solution is already available.

The unofficial solution is already available.

Google has promised that the Stadia streaming service will be available on several Android phones in due course, but for the moment, only the company's own Pixel phones support the platform.

Wondering the Stadia app
But that does not mean it is impossible to play Stadia games with other Android phones already.

The people of XDA Developers have found that it is quite possible to play Stadia games with other phones. They have managed to do this directly from the Android app with a "rooted" OnePlus 7 Pro.

The process is actually not that complicated either. The procedure means that you have to get your phone to tell apps that it is a "Pixel 4", officially made by Google.

What you need is the following:

You may want to wait
But remember: if you choose to do this it is your own responsibility. ITavisen does not accept responsibility for entities that are potentially damaged or restricted as a result. The point of the article is to show that it is already possible to play Stadia games on phones that are not a Pixel model.

That doesn't necessarily mean it's smart to do it. You may be in breach of Stadia's Terms of Use by doing so, and at worst you may lose access to your account.

An official Stadia solution for other Android phones is expected next year.

authorarticle: Master3395
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video: 
youtube: 
sources: XDA Developers
keywords: android, google, mobile, pixel, games, stages, phone

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