jENESIS HELP

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  1. mike a
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    I have a ds lite,, an r4isdhc 2016 gold pro flashcart, I have it all working. I have nesds, gameyob, and the Atari 7800 emulator and they work find (cept for punchout and that kinda pisses me off but whatever lol)

    so I got jenesis on there, as it was recommended by a lot of ppl as the best sega emulator, I have completely unzipped all the games, and put them in their own folder. the emulator lets me open the folder,, but it doesn't see any of the roms at all. I don't know I if I'd have to patch them, but im assuming I will. they are in .md format, and they run fine on my phones emulator. I do not have a pc to patch them, but I have the app rom patcher out of the playstore.. bad thing is I have never patched roms before, and I wouldn't know what file extension I would need for them to work, as that is not described in the read me guide. so what do I have to do so that jenesis will see the roms?
     
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    May not have to patch them, just try changing the extension to .bin
     
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    the readme says I might have to DLDI patch the roms or emulator I don't know, but like I said the emulator starts up just fine, on the app, ROM PATCHER, it makes me search my phone for the patch I want to apply lol, there are no built in conversions for the file extensions. but just recently, I found there are a few new rom patching apps, who knows
     
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    OK ATTENTIO ALL YOU GUYZ,, I looked and googled around,, found an app in the playstore called "file manager" it was freeware.

    also on google learned that .md,.gen and .bin ARE ALL THE SAME lol, all it is is the name of the extension. so w/ that app all I did was manually type in .gen to every sega rom and guess what


    it worked like a charm lol
     
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    Punch-Out does work on NesDS. Go into 'Game', then 'Display', now enable 'All PureSoft'. Also change frameskip to '01' to keep this game running smooth. Quattro Sports requires 'All PureSoft' too.
     
  6. mike a
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    Lol punchout is the nes game I wanted to play again most of all thanx man