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Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by VitaType, Aug 3, 2016.
You uploaded the mini settings bubble? Nice!
I suppose it only boots on devkits though, right?
If you're new to using RetroArch, is it generally best just to grab whatever the latest nightly build is, or is there a general consensus on the 'best build currently available'? Thanks
Thanks for the info. I'm a little confused with RetroArch really. I've already got some 'stand alone' emulators installed since the HENkaku hack. A Genesis, SMS and SNES one. I downloaded the latest RetroArch pack, and there are loads of files. I get that I just need to install the particular emulators I want - but what is it that pulls it all together under the RetroArch front end? If each RA emulator is installing as a seperate bubble, what input is RA having? I mainly downloaded it for the Cave Story and CPS stuff really.
Cheers, I'll head there. (But what I meant by that question, was that if each emulator is installing as a separate bubble, and they don't come together under any sort of front end, I'm not sure I understand what input RetroArch is having - if you can install the emulators on their own, I mean. Why is it being called RetroArch?)
For GBA, sure - gpSP is miles ahead of mGBA in terms of speed and remains the way to go for now.
For Snes however, the Snes9x 2005 core (i.e. CATSFC) is the best and a good balance between speed and accuracy.
for the nintendo emulator where do you put the roms?
in a folder on the memory card. Just browse to whichever folder you stored it in, on the memory card.