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Frequently Asked Questions

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What devices are supported on PlayStation™Vue?

You can enjoy PlayStation™Vue on a variety of devices, including:

  • PlayStation®4 consoles
  • PlayStation®3 consoles
  • Roku® streaming devices (firmware 7.1 and up)
  • Amazon Fire TV (all gens)
  • Apple TV® (4th gen running tvOS 10.0 and up)
  • Android TV (Android OS 4.4 and up)
  • On the web at psvue.com/watch (most recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge, as well as previous “ever-green” versions. PlayStation™Vue on the Web requires Flash Player.)

 

Mobile and tablet devices:

  • iOS devices: iPad Mini 1st Gen or later, iPad 2 or later running iOS 8.0, iPhone 5 or later, iPod Touch 4th Gen or later
  • Android: Android phones and tablets running Android OS version 4.4 or higher
  • Amazon: Fire HD6 tablets and above
  • Google Chromecast (1st gen and up)

 

Mobile and Web

  • To use PlayStation Vue on a mobile device you will need to have already set up a profile on your desktop computer at psvue.com/watch, or on a TV-connected device such as a PS4™ or PS3™ console, Amazon Fire TV, Roku® streaming device, Apple TV®, or Android TV. If you download and open PlayStation™Vue on your phone or tablet without a valid subscription or established home location, you will be prompted to complete the subscription process through one of the supported devices listed above. Read more about setting up a profile.
  • PlayStation Vue on the web at psvue.com/watch follows mobile streaming rights, with the same programming availability as on phones and tablets.
  • The same blackout rules apply on a supported mobile phone, tablet, and desktop browser as they do on PlayStation Vue on a TV-connected device.
  • NFL games are restricted on a mobile phone or tablet device. NFL Network, however, is available on a mobile phone.
  • Some channels are restricted outside of your home network.

 

Apple TV® and Roku® streaming devices: If you have an Apple TV® or Roku® streaming device, you will need to activate the device. Learn more about device activation for Apple TV® and Roku® streaming devices.

Subscription management: You cannot subscribe to PlayStation™Vue or manage your subscription through Roku® streaming devices, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, or through the mobile app. You can sign up for PlayStation Vue or manage your subscription on the web at psvue.com/subscribe, or on a PS4™ or PS3™ console. Read more about how to subscribe to PlayStation™Vue or manage your subscription.

Simultaneous streaming: You can use PlayStation™ on up to five devices at the same time (simultaneous streaming restrictions apply). Read more about simultaneous streaming.

Need help setting up your device on PlayStation™Vue? Visit device activation.

How do I set up my device to use PlayStation Vue?

To set up your device on PlayStation Vue, first you’ll need an active subscription to PlayStation Vue. As part of purchasing a subscription to PlayStation Vue, you will need to create a PlayStation Network account (if you don’t already have one).

Once you have a subscription to PS Vue, you’ll need the PS Vue app on your device, and then you’ll need to sign in with your PlayStation Network account (note – Apple TV® and Roku® streaming devices require activation by a code). For a step by step guide by device, visit device activation and choose your device.

I have an Apple TV™ or Roku® streaming device; the screen says I need to activate the device. What does that mean?

If you are using PlayStation Vue for the first time on Apple TV® or a Roku® streaming device, you will need to activate the device with your PlayStation Vue subscription.

Activating the device just means taking a code you see on the PlayStation™Vue screen on an Apple TV® or a Roku® streaming device and entering it at psvue.com/activate. To access psvue.com/activate, sign in with your PSN account. You’ll need to already have a subscription on PlayStation™Vue.

Need to get a PSN account? Create an account on PlayStation™Network.
Don’t have PlayStation™Vue subscription yet? See channels and plans, then try it for free.*

Get more help with device activation.

* One 5-day free trial per customer is available for a multi-channel plan or add-on channel, and one 7-day free trial per customer is available for each standalone channel subscription. Free trials can be enjoyed immediately after signing up for a subscription and can be cancelled at any time during the free trial period. A credit card is required to redeem your free trial. Free trials can be cancelled at any time during the free trial period. You will not be charged for your multi-channel plan or individual channel subscription during the free trial period. To avoid being charged for your subscription, you must cancel before the end of the free trial period. If you do not cancel before the end of the last day of the trial, you automatically begin your monthly subscription, and you will be charged a monthly fee every 30 days based on your chosen plan until you cancel. If you cancel your multi-channel plan subscription, your add-on channel subscription will also be cancelled. To cancel:  on PS4™ and PS3™ consoles go to ‘Settings” in the PlayStation Vue app, select ‘Subscription’, ad click ‘Unsubscribe; or login to psvue.com/subscription  and click ‘Cancel Subscription’ under ‘Subscription Summary’; or call 877.883.7669. There are no penalties for cancellation and you may cancel at any time. Upon cancellation, you will still have access for the rest of the month already paid for.

How many devices can I stream PlayStation™Vue on at once?

A single PlayStation™Vue account can simultaneously stream PlayStation™Vue on up to 5 devices at a given time. The number of streams supported on specific devices will vary based on the following rules:

  • Up to five total streams are supported at once.
  • Only one PS4™ console and one PS3™ console can be used at a given time (i.e. you cannot stream PS Vue on two PS4 consoles or two PS3 consoles at any given time, but one PS4 system and one PS3 consoles can be used at the same time).
  • Mobile devices, like supported iOS, Android, and desktop web, can be used for up to three simultaneous mobile streams. Note: 
  • Other supported devices like Amazon Fire TV, Roku® streaming devices, Apple TV®, Fire TV, and Android TV can also be used for simultaneous streams within the limit of five streams total.
  • If you reach a streaming limit, sign out of PlayStation Vue on one of your devices. Then, after three hours, sign into a new device.

Need help setting up your device on PlayStation™Vue? Visit device activation.

What do the buttons on my remote do?

The remote for your TV device controls a variety of functions in PlayStation™Vue. Click below for a photo showing how the remote buttons map to PlayStation™Vue functions:

Amazon Fire TV Remote

Siri TV remote (Apple TV®)

DUALSHOCK® Controller for the PlayStation®4 system

DUALSHOCK® Controller for the PlayStation®3 system

PlayStation®4 Universal Media Remote

Roku® streaming device remote

On my mobile device, I am seeing channels as mobile-restricted. Why?

Some channels or programs are not available through PlayStation™Vue on mobile devices due to streaming rights and your location. These channels will be marked as such with a “Mobile Restricted” badge.

If you experience all channels being marked as Mobile Restricted, you will need to re-establish your home location on your mobile device. To do so, simply select sign out from PlayStation™Vue, connect your device to the home network where you originated your PlayStation™Vue subscription, and log back into PlayStation™Vue.

Note: The same blackout rules apply on a supported mobile phone, tablet, and desktop browser as they do on PlayStation Vue on a TV-connected device.

I’m having trouble casting PlayStation™Vue. What should I do?

If you’re running into issues casting PlayStation™Vue to your television, please ensure the following:

  • Both your mobile device and Chromecast-capable device are currently connected to the same wireless network
  • You’ve connected your mobile device to your casting device by selecting the “Cast” icon in the top right of PlayStation™Vue
  • If you continue having trouble, please quit and restart PlayStation™Vue and reset your Chromecast device.