Following on from the recent update last month for the Nvidia Shield handheld Android games console that added new GameStream features and more for users to enjoy.
Nvidia has today announced the release of another update for its Android games console which is around 460 MB in size and brings with it a number of fixes, tweaks and performance enhancements.
The most important fix within the update is for the issue that stopped owners moving applications to a SD card via the device settings, together with a fix that corrects the issues that owners have been experienced when using the bumpers as volume controls.
Other new enhancements within this latest and rather large update include improvements to the audio latency as well as enhanced security when using the new GameStream feature to play games over your local network.
Watch the video below to see the new Nvidia GameStream feature in action as well as the other new features that were rolled out last month by Nvidia for its Shield Android handheld gaming console.
“Nvidia’s GameStream technology now takes your PC streaming experience outside of your home network. With a fast WiFi connection, you’ll stream over 100 of the hottest PC titles, on the go.”
Source: Android Central
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