Looking to run League of Legends on your Android smartphone? Here’s a post for you!
League of Legends is a high-end game, which is supported on only high-powered computers. It requires a standard set of specs to function at optimum capacity. Hence, PC/Mac users on low-powered engine, as well as Android/iPhone users, often find it difficult to run the game.
However, despite the inferior engine of Android, there are certain tweaks you can try, to enable you run the game on your device.
How to Play League of Legends on Android
As an avid game lover, you obviously love the mobility offered by Android, as you’re easily able to play your favorite games on-the-go. However, some top games like LoL are not supported on Android. Therefore, to play such games on Android, you’d have to go through the back-door. And we’ll be showing you how to do that here.
- Play with Remotr
Remotr offers Android users the opportunity to enjoy high-end computer games like League of Legends on-the-go (on Android/iPhone). And it offers a near-perfect (though reduced) frame rate (FPS), graphical display and customizable controls. Of course, the performance of the game also depends on the type/build of your smartphone/tablet.
To play League of Legends on Android, follow the steps below:
Note: Ensure you have a strong internet connection, preferably on a stable Wi-Fi network or a 4G mobile internet network.
- Download and install the latest version of League of Legends on your PC.
- Install Remotr Streamer on your PC.
- Install the “client” version on your smartphone (from Google Play Store).
- Transfer the stream for League of Legends; from your PC to your smartphone.
- Start enjoying the game on-the-go.
- Other Notable Mentions
The following apps also offer Android users the opportunity to play League of Legends and other top computer games on their smartphones:
- Remote Play
- And more
It should be noted that, irrespective of the build and type of your Android smartphone/tablet, LoL would run at reduced FPS, in which case, you’re bound to encounter some forms of lags. Anyway, the purpose of playing on a smaller screen, on the go, would be achieved.
Ultimately, you might have to move back to the “big screen” (on Windows PC/Mac) to enjoy the optimum experience the game offers.
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