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Nope, I've just downloaded it, I definitely didn't have a music player like that before, it has ads and it asked for storage permission, something...
But that's not the built in player as I doubt that would have ads and IAPs.
Rule of thumb is: if it would really be that easy someone would've already thought of it (and likely would've shared this knowledge on the internet).
I assume you need to support GBAtemp on Patreon.
Did you have AutoRCM installed?
User: *Logs into a MS account in literally any app*
Windows: Better bind that MS account to the local user!
I'm glad I made the switch to Linux. I...
That depends on what you have in those folders.
Try booting into UEFI and removing the obsolete boot entries from there. They have nice GUIs and you don't even need to touch the command line...
Thanks! That's really weird as pv_db.txt is what controls what's shown in the song selection list.
Yeah, that's the manual way and that doesn't require the Sensor Bar.
Actually, Skyward Sword does use the Sensor Bar even after the start screen. Whenever the Wiimote sees it it corrects the calibration of MotionPlus.
I'm glad it worked but can you describe it in more detail what exactly worked so others can also benefit from the solution?
Then it's either an ID conflict or a missing pv_db.txt entry.
nxdumptool should work. But the interesting thing is it should just work if you have the Japanese copy of the game and the official DLC.
Extract the pv_db from the DLC's romfs and check if there are no song ID conflicts with the pv_db in the rom_switch(_en)/rom folder. If not, try...
Bring It On requires manual pv_db.txt editing unless someone's made a merged one with the
song included. Bless Your Breath works out of the box if...
Edit pv_db.txt. Also, if you only have 248 songs you're probably missing HachiHachi, Saturation and Bless Your Breath.
The "Sensor" Bar is just a bunch of IR LEDs on both sides. The actual sensor is on the front of the Wii Remote.
KDE Neon updates have always went wrong for me. Which is weird as IIRC it's based on Ubuntu and I've never had problems with updates on that distro.
This one installs NSZ files (just like Awoo Installer) unlike GoldLeaf.