How to Play Stadia Games on Rooted Android Mobiles

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Stadia Games on Rooted Android Mobiles

Stadia Games on Rooted Android Mobiles: Well, nothing is a limit in the Open source world. Because of Android’s Root facility, we can always reach the target of our mobile. We can also use other mobile’s ported ROMs, Custom ROMs, and can modify the working of our device. Slowly Google rolled out the Stadia Games to other mobiles. But, Stadia gaming doesn’t need heavy hardware specs because we are playing games on stream. Developers discovered how you can play Google Stadia games on any rooted Android device. However, using this method, you can also play Stadia Games on All Android 6.0+ version rooted mobiles. I also mentioned the non-rooted way that works on the Mobile Chrome browser. But, in real experience, We face some control and lag issues.

However, Google launched its next-gen gaming platform – Stadia. The question is only Selected Pixels devices can play stadia games? Well, if you want to root your Android device, you can then play stadia games irrespective of your device model.

Things Should Consider Before the Stadia Gaming Enable Process

Country Restrictions

However, before continuing with this guide, it is necessary to ensure that you want to install the Magisk root app on your device. Also, this tweak does not bypass country restrictions. Thus, if Stadia is not available in your country, even with this trick, you cannot play the games. Make sure Stadia is available in the following countries: United States, Canada, United Kingdom (UK), France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Finland, Ireland, and the Netherlands.

We all know that country restrictions depend on your Google Account. If you have Other country payment setup, you can try to change the country. But Google always finds your locations using your IP address. 🙌😒🙌

Make sure the VPN makes the whole process slow. We are already going to some things. Furthermore, If we modify the Country restrictions then it will make issues. But, You have a chance.

Regarding Root Process

I will mention earlier the root and non-root need methods below. Don’t be in a hurry to root your device because you want to play Stadia games on mobile. You can play Stadia games on your PC or your compatible TV. Also, Stadia games will be available on non-pixel smartphones by 2020, it will be good if you ditch rooting your smartphone. You just wait until it officially supports Stadia games.

However, if you don’t mind trading the risks of rooting a smartphone, then you can move on with this post. The process to play Stadia on any rooted Android mobile is quite straightforward. You just install a custom module or BuildProp Editor.

Also, note that you may end up bricking your device as this is an admin-level process need that you tamper with the core files make your Android device run perfectly.

Data Speed and Latency are Important

However, Stadia is stream-based Gaming. So, the Data speed of your Network and the Data Center of Google play is a significant role in the smooth gaming experience.

Is it possible to play Stadia games on non-pixel devices?

Using an Xposed module and the Prop Editor app, you can also trick the Stadia mobile app into believing your rooted Android device is Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone. Thus, you can stream games from the platform using your non-pixel device. But it needs some additional steps, getting your device to play Stadia games when it’s not Pixel 2, 3, or 4.

Method 1- Play Stadia Games on Rooted Android Mobiles Using Xtadia

Xtadia is the Xposed module design by some XDA developer- AmineIzumi to enable Android mobile users to play Google’s Stadia games. They play games on their rooted smartphones running Android or later versions. Make sure your device must be rooted before you can run Xtadia.

Pre-requisites

  • Xtadia
  • Google Stadia app
  • Needs Android 6.0 (marshmallow) or any latest version (7.0, 8.0, 9.0, and 10.0)
  • Android device rooted with Magisk
  • Working Stadia Account

If you’re ready with the requirements, follow the steps below.

Step One- Install Xposed Module

The first step is installing the Xposed or EdXposed framework on your Android device.

Note: You need Magisk Manager to download this framework on your device. Also, for every aspect of this guide, you need Magisk.

Step 1:

Firstly, launch the Magisk Manager app on your mobile device.

Step 2:

Tap on the hamburger menu and then navigate to the “Downloads.”

Step 3:

Now search for Riru-Exposed and Riru-Core modules. But firstly, install the SandHook version of Riru-Xposed. But if it doesn’t work, then you should install the YAHFA version. However, Riru-Core has only one version, so it’s quite simple and straightforward.

Step 4:

Also, reboot your device after installing the Xposed and Core modules

Step 5:

Also, Install the Xposed Installer App.

As you Xposed installed on your mobile, you can now go on to download Xtadia/Stadia and enjoy long hours of streaming.

Step Two- Install Xtadia Module

At this point, launch the Xposed app on your device, avoid the warning message if you view it (by tapping “OK”).

Step 1:

Tap on the hamburger menu and also navigate to “Download.”

Step 2:

This time around, look for the “Xtadia module.”

Step 3:

Toggle to the “Versions” tab there you will view the download button to install Xtadia on your device.

Step 4:

Tap on the Download button, and enable all permissions that may pop-up, including allowing installs from “Unknown Sources.”

Step 5:

Now restart your phone after installing the module. However, If you can’t find the Xtadia file, you can manually Install the file- Xtadia.apk.

All done! You’re now close to playing Stadia Games on your rooted Android device that is not Google Pixel. The step listed below is the last, and it’s just about STADIA.

Step Three- Install Google Stadia App

This is the last step. Now you’ve successfully installed the Xposed/EdXposed modules, also install Xtadia, you can now download the official Stadia app on your device.

Step 1:

Download Stadia from Google Playstore.

Step 2:

Tap on install

Step 3:

Then launch the app and sign in to your Google account.

That’s all! start playing any of the Stadia games you want.

Method 2- Stream Stadia Using BuildProp Editor on Rooted Mobiles

The Xtadia method is very efficient. But, It can’t work on some devices. But, this Prop Editor method is working on many mobiles, including OnePlus mobiles.

Pre-requisites

  • Needs Android 6.0 (marshmallow) or any latest version (7.0, 8.0, 9.0, and 10.0)
  • Android device rooted with Magisk

Step One – Changing product files

Step 1:

Download BuildProp Editor from Google Playstore

Step 2:

Then open the app search for the “Manufacturer.” Modify “ro.product.manufacturer” to Google. Now it may be your current manufacturer. You should also change this to Google.

Step 3:

Again look for the “model.” Change “ro.product.model” to Pixel 4. Also, it may be your current Mobile Model number. You should now change this to Pixel 4.

Step 4:

Save both files.

Step Two – Install Google Stadia App

In this process, you’ve successfully installed the Xposed/EdXposed modules and install Xtadia. Now you can install the official Stadia app on your device.

Step 1:

Download Stadia from Google Playstore.

Step 2:

Tap on Install.

Step 3:

Now launch the app and sign in to your Google account.

Step 4:

That’s all, begin playing any of the Stadia games you love.

Method 3- Using Google Chrome Desktop Mode

However, this method is not working that much. Certainly, we face the mouse can’t capture problem. But, some games work smoothly. It may not smooth in combat games if we compare it with the above methods. But, It’s good to play regular games.

Pre-requisites

  • Needs Android 6.0 (marshmallow) or any latest version (7.0, 8.0, 9.0, and 10.0)
  • Working Stadia Account.
  • Latest Google Chrome version.

Steps

Step 1:

Firstly, Open Google Chrome. Move to stadia.google.com. Also, log in with your Stadia Account.

Step 2:

Click on the three-dot icon in the Chrome browser and allow Desktop Site.

Step 3:

Now you can lay your game. But many games don’t scale perfectly. Maybe in the future, Google will add some additional support on Wide compatibility.

Conclusion:

There are two things by the Stadia app to consider if your device is compatible or not. The Xtadia module now tricks the app into believing that your device is a Pixel 4 model. However, you can also run the Stadia app. It may look like a simple tweak, and also though it is a simple trick. There are many risks to trying out these steps here.

Also, you should know that your device is not compatible with Stadia. So there’re possibilities that you may experience some issues while playing the games. So, don’t be amazed when you view such. Although the Developer users that develop this tweak ensures that it is stable and working perfectly. However, we also believe that some people may experience some issues with Xtadia.

Also, it can’t be long months, and Google with updating the restrictions with Stadia. Hopefully, at that time, your device may be run the Stadia app officially. To this, it is still recommended to wait until the next launch of Stadia. Before going extra miles to get your device to stream games from the Stadia platform unofficially. Also, you can play Stadia games on the computer and compatible TVs with the help of Chromecast. Furthermore, you should also know how much data stadia will consume during gaming. So, you can also maintain your Data plan.

Here’s all about “Stadia Games on Rooted Android Mobiles”. What is your experience after tried these methods? Let us know in the comment section below!

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