Google Play has a new feature for streaming games and movies on your Android device: cloud SQL proxy.
Google Play can connect to the Cloud SQL server, which will automatically add games, movies, and TV shows to your library, and let you sync your library to it.
The Cloud SQL proxy, in theory, allows you to access your Google Play games and apps across multiple Android devices and devices in the same house.
That’s a pretty big deal, but it comes with a few caveats.
First, if your device is already connected to the Google Cloud Platform or Google Play, the Cloud Connection feature won’t work.
Second, you have to be logged into the Google Play Services Console to connect your device to the Proxy Card.
If you’re not logged into this Console, the proxy will connect to your Google account.
To get the Google play app to work with your Android phone, you need to create a proxy account with the Google account, add it to your device, and then connect your phone.
After that, you can play and view games and other content.
But the Cloud connection won’t do anything on your device unless you have the proxy card.
Here’s how you do that.