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The Steam Link app is now available on the Raspberry Pi 3B and 3B+ running Raspbian Stretch. A wired network is strongly recommended.

To install, run the following from a command line:
sudo apt update sudo apt install steamlink

To run, you can launch it from the Games menu, or run the following from a command line:
steamlink

For troubleshooting and feedback, please visit the Steam Link Raspberry Pi Discussions
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The supply of physical Steam Link hardware devices is completely sold out.

Moving forward, Valve intends to continue supporting the existing Steam Link hardware as well as distribution of the software versions of Steam Link, available for many leading smart phones, tablets and televisions. Click here to find out more about the Steam Link App.
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Samsung and Valve have worked together to create a Steam Link app specially designed and optimized for the Samsung Galaxy family of devices. It is now available from Galaxy Apps in the US and Korea, with more countries coming soon.

The Steam Link for Galaxy app requires the following:
  • A computer running Steam, Windows 7 or newer, Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or newer, SteamOS, or Linux Ubuntu 12.04 or newer
  • A wireless router running at 5 GHz
  • A Steam Controller running the latest Bluetooth firmware, a Microsoft Xbox One S Controller connected via Bluetooth, or other supported controller.

Supported Samsung Galaxy devices:
  • Galaxy S7, S7 edge
  • Galaxy S8, S8+
  • Galaxy S9, S9+
  • Galaxy Note 8

If you are viewing this from your Samsung Galaxy, you can click this link to install:
http://apps.samsung.com/appquery/appDetail.as?appId=com.sec.android.app.galaxy.steamlink

Please post feedback in the Samsung Galaxy forum:
https://steamcommunity.com/app/353380/discussions/5/
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We have released the Steam Link app on Android in beta form:
https://store.steampowered.com/steamlink/about

Please provide feedback on the Steam Link Android forum:
https://steamcommunity.com/app/353380/discussions/4/
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Samsung has released a free Steam Link app for their 2016 and 2017 Smart TVs.

Connect your Steam Link-compatible Samsung TV to your home network, where it will automatically discover any computer running Steam. All that’s left to do is grab your favorite controller, kick back, and enjoy your collection of games from the comfort of your couch.

Steam Link is designed to take advantage of the horsepower you already have in your home, streaming from your current gaming computer by mirroring its experience to your TV. Video and audio data is sent from your computer to the Steam Link, while your controller input is sent back in real time. Virtually every game that your computer runs can be played on your TV using Steam Link.

Samsung Smart TV owners can find the app by searching for “Steam” in the Smart Hub app store.

Please make sure that your TV firmware is updated to the latest version for the best experience.

Supported Controllers:
  • Steam Controller
  • Xbox 360 wired and wireless
  • Xbox One wired
  • Logitech F510/F710
For more information, please read the Samsung announcement here:
https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-electronics-brings-steam-link-game-app-for-smart-tv-users
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Since its release last November, the Steam Link has connected thousands of people to the games they love with in-home streaming, leveraging the power of the PC in another room while gaming comfortably in front of the TV. Thanks to customer feedback, we’ve introduced support for things like 5.1 surround sound, USB headphones, and more. Most recently, we’ve partnered with VirtualHere to introduce add-on support for hundreds of additional USB devices with the use of their app by the same name. VirtualHere lets you operate your remote computer using any number of USB devices directly connected to your Steam Link.

VirtualHere offers other interesting features too, like remote access to software authorization devices, and USB-to-serial conversion. Get ready to dust off that old racing wheel and give it another go!

After running a successful single-device beta test in partnership with Steam Link, VirtualHere is now available for purchase on Steam. If you’ve found the beta as useful as we have, or are interested in giving it a shot, consider supporting VirtualHere with your purchase on Steam.

We are always looking out for ways to make the Steam Link better, and help partners bring you new features, so keep the feedback coming! Your input and ideas will help us continue to experiment, test, and improve all things Steam.

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