How to Download and Install PS3 Emulator for Android


If You’re a game lover, then you should already know that Sony PS3 is one of the most popular gaming console. Mobile phones are growing very fast so as mobile gaming. There are many games which exclusive to Sony PlayStation. So if you want to play those and don’t have the PlayStation, don’t worry we have a way to play those games on your phone via a PS3 Emulator. Here we are with a guide on how to download and install PS3 Emulator for Android.

PS3 Emulator is an app for Android which works as an emulator. With PS3 Emulator you can play the PS3 games on your Android Phones and Tablets. You will have virtual keys similar to the joystick in PS3 emulator app for Android. Although the PS3 emulator app is the one of the best emulator app for PlayStation still some of the games might not work properly even on high-end Android phones.

PS3 Emulator Apk

App Name PS3 Emulator for Android
Version 2.01
Developer PS3emulatorx
License Freeware
File Size 10.20 MB
OS Support Android KitKat or Above

Guide to Download and Install PS3 Emulator for Android 

  • Download the latest PS3 Emulator apk first.
  • Now you have to enable unknown sources in your phone by going through the settings >> Security >> unknown sources.
  • Get back to the folder where you have stored the PS3 Emulator Apk.
  • Tap on the apk and then tap on the install button to install the app.
  • After the installation process completes you can now use the PS3 emulator and play games.

Also Read: Best 10MB games for Android which you need to try in 2019

How to Use PS3 Emulator to Play PlayStation 3 games on Android

  1. Open the PS3 Emulator and tap on the PS BIOS file option in the settings of the app.
  2. Select the downloaded Bios file form the SD card or int
  3. You can download and play the PS3 games on your phone or tablet.
  4. Download the latest PS3 games and Enjoy!

It is important to tell you that PS3 Emulator app runs on Android KitKat or above. So to play games via PS# Emulator your phone should run on Android KitKat or Above. Moreover, if you get any problem in following the guide above, then you can share that with us via comments below.






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