1. ericmaxman

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    I recently stumbled across a method on how to add games to the SNES Classic clone, in addition to a hidden menu.

    Hidden menu
    1. Enter the Manual menu, the one with the QR code
    2. Press X, followed by the Left key. (If Left key doesn't work, try the Left trigger?)

    Mounting to PC
    1. Use a Micro USB cable to connect to the PC
    2. Press "Select" + "L" + "R" to enter USB mode. Note that the controller cannot be used now. Pressing the 3 keys again returns to controller mode.
    3. The device should appear in your PC as "fireprime"
    4. Open up the "snesrom" folder
    5. Put games into the "roms_ex" folder

    That said, I am not sure which version of the SNES Classic clone will these steps apply to, considering the sheer number of clones out there.

    But, I believe it should work for this particular version, with the Rockchip RK3128 chip.

    If anyone has a clone system please try out these steps and let me know if it works. I appreciate the input.
     
  2. nickzero

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    Interesting, your snes mini have a micro sd on motherboard?

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    interesting, your snes mini have micro sd reader on motherboard?
     
  3. Mexicalipc

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    Eric, what clone do you have?

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    Hello, which clone do you have?? I have this and would like to add Games to it.
     

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  4. Stargazer

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    I have NES Classic Mini, but it's fake one, It has the same circuit board as fake SNES Classic Mini (Red Circuit board with micro SD card slot). When I installed micro SD card with some NES roms in it and cinnected it to TV, the secret menu opened (photo attached) but it couldn't find any roms. How can I make it find roms on micro SD card?

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    I have the same, but NES Mini
     

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  5. Checho503

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    Did you figure this out? I have the same clone except it's an SNES Mini and am getting the same screen! Check out my Imgur post. They wont let me post the link to Imgur. But, if you look up user 'checho503' under 'What Kind of Emulator is This', you can see the post.
     
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  6. nickzero

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    micro sd game/nes/game.nes
     
  7. murcielago2

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    On the fake snes i was able to install Retrorangepi and wired the ports to USB need to change the port location since the original controllers are i2c ports not USB. So change the wiring and use a usb controller or dongle, if you unscrew the board it will show the usb ports maked at the bottom , then on the first boot i disable the bg music because it was crashing , go into the retropiemenu , scroll to retrorangepi menu and disable Backgroud music , i changed the retropie theme for the mini snes theme ruckage / es-theme-snes-mini , and is running , nes , snes, genesis, neogeo, psx , mame , very good
     
  8. Morozco

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    Is ea
     
  9. Morozco

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    Its easy just format your sd in fat 32 create a game folder and inside of game folder other whit the name snes for super nes games
    Nes for nintendo games
    Ps for play station games
    Sega for sega game and etc etc

    And inside of every folder the rooms for every sistem thats it bro
     
  10. CollectorChris

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    Hello. Hope you don't mind me reviving this thread, but is there a way to add Screenshots to this? I recently got a Fake SNES mini like this and got other roms working, but I really would like to add some screens in that big box to the right. Is that Possible?
     
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  11. WD_GASTER2

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    hi silly question. is there full pics of this device? i am legitimately curious.
    ive been gone for a long time.
     
  12. Daniboy

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    (RESOLVED) The best way is format a micro se card in Fat 32, after, create a folder “GAME” (uppercase) and a subfolder “snes” (lowercase). Then, put a roms in the subfolder. Remember, put together a image game cover with the SAME name of the rom game with .jpg extension. That’s all!! Enjoy!
    To watch a video that’s I found:
     
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