RELEASE L4T Lakka Switch - now with audio and Vulkan

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by natinusala, May 15, 2019.

  1. ZachyCatGames

    ZachyCatGames GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    That’s probably because the version of dolphin used in lakka is heavily outdated
     
  2. MusicallyInspired

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    Awesome work!! Love that I don't have to fiddle with Bluetooth audio anymore! This is an amazing accomplishment. The Switch is almost the perfect powerhouse for gaming and homebrewing now! Few questions though:

    1) Is there a way to have a more accurate touchscreen? For both NDS games and ScummVM the accuracy is way off. It would almost act like a laptop touchpad (which would be fine) but it's very unpredictable and no one position seems to correlate to the same emulated touch zone more than once. I'm guessing this is because the touchscreen area being the entire Switch screen and the emulated screen being a smaller portion has something to do with it? This is the one huge drawback for these two platforms that would be nice to get fixed, especially ScummVM.

    2) Can there be some kind of onscreen keyboard implementation for ScummVM and DOSBox? Parser Sierra games in ScummVM and doing anything in DOSBox besides launching games directly is impossible.

    3) NDS emulation is still fairly bad. Pretty much everything is unplayable. That just the way it is? Strange that Dolphin can work better than NDS, but if that's due to an inefficient core or something I get it.
     
  3. karipoo

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    Here is example:
    Wario World (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It)-190517-175531.
     
  4. arianadark

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    im able to test and play xenoblade no probs here
     
  5. karipoo

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    In Mario sunshine need to edit the retroarch.cfg for right analog

    original:
    input_player1_r_x_minus_axis = "-2"
    input_player1_r_x_plus_axis = "+2"

    edit:
    input_player1_r_x_minus_axis = "+2"
    input_player1_r_x_plus_axis = "-2"
     
  6. ZachyCatGames

    ZachyCatGames GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Yea, I know what it looks like, I believe it’s because of outdated dolphin (as it works just fine in L4T Ubuntu with the latest dolphin nightly)
     
  7. karipoo

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    Can I to change Dolphin in Lakka?

    The problem, how in Ubuntu, The Mario Sunhine very slow.
     
  8. Dee8282

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    I can confirm Superman shadow of apokolips On dolphin works at excellent speed-1785,1585 overclock
     
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  9. EmulateLife

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    That's bad news, now someone might actually play it. *shivers*
     
  10. Dee8282

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    That game is the best Superman game out of all of them
     
  11. budtoka420

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    He's thinking of superman 64
     
  12. chillyshackk

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    After multiple reinstall, reboot to horizon, boot to cfw, multiple boot to lakka, still black screen, waited 15 minutes, nothing, tried with and without joycons, usb plugged and unplugged, pretty much anything I could think of, still nothing, stuck on black screen. everything else on my sd card works fine, I am in fat32, my sd setup was done with kosmos...

    Anyone has a clue what's wrong..?
     
  13. budtoka420

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    How big is your micro sd card?
     
  14. steveo

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    Do any 128gb microsd formatted in fat32 work for lakka. I cant mine to boot.
     
  15. Click This

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    Has anybody had any success running Fire Emblem games on Dolphin? Radiant Dawn or Path of Radiance?
     
  16. chillyshackk

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    128gb samsung, not bought from ebay hehe
     
  17. Calebcass1

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    Is there any way we can update the cores in lakka ,? so we can get a more updated version of the dolphin core?
     
  18. EmulateLife

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    I'm pretty sure all the cores are pre-compiled so you'd have to wait for a completely new release of Lakka or compile it yourself.
     
  19. budtoka420

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    Format with fat 32 format gui from ridgecrop with 64k clusters
     
  20. mattyxarope

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    Which one, PSX or PSP?
     
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