1. MrJason005

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    Keep in mind that this video is 3 years old, so it has gotten even better than this:

    youtu.be/vq99cf1cuk8?t=2m12s

    Also, I found this video in under 10 seconds from a google search
     
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  2. rsn8887

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    Yup takes forever to boot. That video shows a 40 second boot time for RPi, feels like an eternity. Compare that to ~3 seconds instant boot on my SNES Mini. My own RetroPie takes WAY longer to boot than in the video, because I have more games on it. The more games you put, the slower the RPi boot time. And shutdown is also slow as hell.
     
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    Have you taken into consideration the time needed to actually hack it and sideload your games?
     
  4. Memoir

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    Plug n play?

    I'm assuming you mean the SNES classic... Took 5 minutes to add 40 games.. That's with the custom kernel added.
     
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    Doesn't a cold shutdown remove everything (not the games & saves ofc) and require you to redo the exploit?
     
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    Exploit? You write the custom kernel when you run the program. It's not like a semi tethered jailbreak or anything.
     
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    No, it's permanently on the NAND until you flash the original kernel. Everything you flash is on there until you change it. It's like the NES Classic, this isn't any different.
     
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    How do you flip the small boxarts?
     
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    Guys guys when did the topic change to snes mini vs rpi? Can we please stop that OT talk?
     
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    FTP in, copy the *_small.png files across to your PC, open them up in paint, flip them 90 in paint and FTP them back. To fit even more ROMs on one page simply resize them down to 22x31 (down from 28x40) and you'll be able to fit around 50 titles at once.
     
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    FTP??

    So we have to flip them on Paint and use the Browse button to add them again on Hakchi, right?

    By the way, for people that do not know this, IT IS CONVENIENT that you backup your kernel file which is in the "hakchi2/dump/" folder.

    EDIT: Don't you have this problem that you get the C8 error when you remove folders?
     
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    If you don't know what FTP is its probably best you leave this alone for the moment as I'm sure it will be included at some point.
     
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    I don't have a NES Classic, just a SNES Classic and I haven't done anything beyond adding more games. I don't even have Retroarch installed. Did you check my EDIT question? :) I have problems with that.
     
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    Hey guys and girls,
    I've got 2 questions:
    1. How many games fit on the main SNES screen?
    2. How many games fit in a folder?

    Thanks!
     
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    The 90 covers is something you have to do manually, hence why I advised waiting until Hakchi scripts it at some point as messing around with the file system via FTP isn't very newcomer friendly. IIRC C8 errors are usually due to having too many games in a folder, have you tried switching the folder options to auto subfolder and then reuploading? I've tried between a couple and 200 ROMs on my machine and never got the C8 error as long as the folder structure is selected correctly.
     
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    Is it possible to dump the saves from an unhacked SNES Mini? (I have two) Because I would like to transfer my Zelda save from the unhacked one to the hacked one.
    I tried but hakchi2 can't connect to the Mini (unhacked) although the driver is already installed.
    Thanks!
     
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    Thank for all. I tried what the_randomizer told me, I selected different options on Settings, Page/Folder structure. I have 76 games, I want to display them together but I get the C8 error every time I turn off the system. What option should I choose exactly?
     
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    It's impossible to fix without using a third-party emulator, like RetroArch.
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    ATTENTION:
    Keep ALL Super NES Classic vs. Raspberry Pi discussion out of this thread.
    Any and all violating posts will be reported as off-topic.
     
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    Pretty sure you can't display that many items on one page without the error.

    You sure? I thought this was fixed in the latest release via a patch to make it run native?
     
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    If it was, please provide a source.
     
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