Emulation:Xbox One

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Xbox One
Xbox One logo.svg
Related controllers
Predecessor
 Xbox One at Wikipedia

General information

Xbox One at Emulation General Wiki

Game Streaming To Windows 10 PCs[edit]

Allows streaming Xbox One to Windows 10 PCs.
Requires Xbox One Controller with either micro USB cable or Wireless Adapter and Windows 10. For more detailed and updated requirements, see Instructions listed below.
Install and use Game Streaming[citation needed]
  1. Instructions and Requirements
  • From support.xbox.com:
    1. Xbox One console: Game streaming must be enabled in Settings->Preferences:
    • Check "Allow game streaming to other devices (beta)"
    • Enable Xbox SmartGlass connection "From any SmartGlass device" or "Only from profiles signed in on this Xbox".
    1. Windows 10 PC: You must be signed in to the Xbox app with the same gamertag as on the Xbox One console.
    2. Network connectivity: The Windows 10 PC and the Xbox One console must be on the same home network. Options:
    • Wired - Ethernet connection (recommended for both PC and Xbox One console)
    • Wireless - 802.11 N/AC wireless connection
  • Connect Xbox One to PC:
    1. Launch the Xbox App.
    2. Select Connect on left panel.
    3. Select your console from the list.
  • Start Streaming from PC:
    1. Connect Xbox One Controller with micro USB cable or via Wireless Adapter.
    2. Launch the Xbox App.
    3. Click "Play from Console".