How do you lock the CPU to 3 or 4

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  1. RedBaron
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    How do you lock the CPU in the DSTWO Card to 3 or 4 when using it for GBA or SNES emulator to play games so you don’t have to reset it every time you use it
     
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    On the both you just need to load the game, change your settings, then simply exit using the 'Exit' option in the menu when you're done playing (it should keep your settings for that game then).
     
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  4. RedBaron
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    I mean for all game not for individual games, you just turn it on and select GBA or SNES and it is set to 3 or 4
     
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    I think for now it's just for each individual game..because some games don't need to run at 3 or 4
    maybe they will add it in newer version
     
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    I haven't seen a way to do it for all games at once either, so 'each individual game' is the best I can do. [​IMG]
     
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    I really don't see a need for that feature, honestly. If a certain game needs it, then switch it, if it doesn't, just leave it.
     
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    I agree. Why waste the CPU power for another game, forgetting that it is on, and kill your battery when you do not need to? Save settings for each individual game = better option.
     
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    I don't really feel like I need it either. I'd rather have settings for individual games, especially with the SNES games.