From what I've been able to find thus far, the remote play controls for Destiny 2 are the same as the remote play controls for the first Destiny. Sprint should be mapped D-pad Down.
PS Vita remote play controls for Destiny:
It's definitely possible to turn off your PS4 from your Vita using Remote Play. Instead of holding down the Vita's PS button, you have to press it. When the overlay pops up, you have to hold your finger on the on-screen PS button labeled "PS4 System". This button acts as the PS button on a controller (instead of the Vita's PS button, go figure).
Once you've ...
What you are looking for is PS4 to PS4 remote play and this is not possible. There is a solution though. While it didn't get much love, the PlayStation TV will allow you to do exactly what you want to do.
The PlayStation TV is pretty a PS Vita but it plugs into your TV. It supports remote play just like the vita does. This means you can pause your game on ...
There really aren't many choices on this. The best way to actually to do what you are wanting to accomplish is via usb/cloud transfer files between PlayStations. The only way to do it without transferring saves is to have one PlayStation hooked up to two different tv's (which isn't desirable unless you have really long cords on hand!)
With the console switched off, press and hold the power button for as long as it takes to hear the two beeps. The console may switch on with a single beep, switch off again, and then start with two beeps.
According to this video, the beeps will be around 5 seconds apart.
No this is not possible with one PS4.
Remote play allows you to use the PS4 as normal from another device. So if you are already using the PS4 then you can't use it for remote play.
To play seperate games at the same time you need two PS4's.
Since ViGEm supports emulation of a DualShock 4, I dug around frameworks which utilize ViGEm. As a result, I discovered two promising solutions:
VDX is a mere demo application, but is still powerful enough to emulate a DualShock with an XInput controller (which translates to an XBOX 360 controller or an Xbox One controller). Although it says "it must be ...
Here is information on the various possibilities I found and tried, and their most obvious pros and cons. To summarize, the best solution is the PlayStation TV (about $60 on eBay).
Share Play - PROS: works between any two PS4s. CONS: requires starting a share on 1st console, accepting on the 2nd console, then going back to 1st PS4 to give away control, ...
No, because everything that's going on with the PS4 in one room is stored in that machine's memory and cannot be transferred to another console.
You don't say if the game is on a Blu-Ray but if it is, then you wouldn't even be able to start the game on the second console without the disc.
Two options that I can see:-
Save in the cloud or USB stick and ...
At present Remote Play for PC/Mac does not support microphone use through the DS4 or PC/Mac audio inputs. However, if connected directly to your PC/Mac output you can still hear other Party members.
This according to this page: https://www.playstation.com/en-ae/get-help/help-library/apps---features/remote-play/ps4--remote-play-for-pc-and-mac/