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RELEASE L4T Lakka Switch - now with audio and Vulkan

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

  1. bad361

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    yeah, it's a known issue, don't close content right away, let it get at least into the menues ingame or as someone from the devs in discord said "let it load at least until some sound starts playing"
     
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  2. cirojr82

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    Wifi should work right out of the box, right.


    I put my password but nothing happens.
     
  3. bad361

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    idk if that's a thing, but it doen't want to connect to my 5ghz network, but connects fine to 2.4 one
     
  4. Shaneus

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    Brilliant, appreciate it!

    Kind of yes, but not really. It's a "cycle-accurate" emulator akin to bsnes, but is capable of running on super low-spec hardware:
    The site for it also says this:
    I don't know if any of that means it can be ported or not, it just seems like relevant info.
    https://www.retrodev.com/blastem/
     
  5. sirAnger

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    Sadly the switch is arm architecture. We need to wait for the author to port it.
     
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  6. Spectrelepsy

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    Does anyone know if cheats work with the Dolphin core? I've been trying but I can't seem to get them working.
     
  7. Shaneus

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    Where's the best place to find info on different shaders and how much load they cause? Particularly CRT shaders and perhaps handheld/GB/GBA ones too. Not fussed about how accurate they are, as long as they're "good enough" and don't require excessive clocks on either CPU or GPU.

    No worries, thanks for checking it out anyway!
     
  8. Bryan1986

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    Have you been managing to get games running?
     
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  9. steveo

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    Could someone change the lakka game log from "should be working for all models" to just most.
    Try hooking it up to the pc with a adapter to see if windows can do anything.
     
  10. EmulateLife

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    Are you saying there's a working Supermodel core in this or just one period? I don't see the core. I assume now you mean just that it works on PC.
     
  11. sj33

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    Can’t see Supermodel running well on aarch64 without a dynarec.
     
  12. Nonjas

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    Does anybody know how to create playlists? I used Retroarch Playlist Buddy on my PC for Retroarch and then I transfered the playlists to the sd card and it worked pretty well, as the "scan folder" in retroarch didn't detect all the games and with the arcade games it showed rom name, not game name.

    However, with Lakka, when I use Playlist Buddy on my PC it creates the playlist but when I try to load the game it says "the file could not be loaded from the playlist". That issue is because it can't find the rom on the specified directory. I tell the program the route to the roms so that it can make the playlist: "/storage/roms". That is the route that appears on the playlists generated with the "scan folder" method. But it seems that playlists generated with Playlist Buddy do not work and it does not detect the games.

    Any ideas? Do I have to write a different route? Is there any internal method to generate Playlists directly from Lakka's Retroarch that show game name and not rom name?
     
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  13. MusicallyInspired

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    I just edited the playlist files by hand in notepad++.
     
  14. nero99

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    So pokemon Coliseum, wind waker, twilight princess, Simpsons hit and run, and the legend of zelda collection, and super Mario sunshine game cube games all run pretty decent on dolphin with a max oc on the CPU and GPU with vulkan and threaded video enabled. Still a little slow, but completely playable.
     
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  15. Nonjas

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    Game per game?
     
  16. voddy

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    Dolphin runs awesome without oC. Psx stutters.... Hmm.. What do i do wrong. I don't want to oc.. Why dolphin works great but PS1 don't. Strange..
     
  17. Kerbangman

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    I had to take it apart firt as I could not start it up. Black screen.
    Disconnecting the battery and got it to boot rcm.
    But now Ive restored nand and it just isnt right.
    Wont boot switch without going throuh rcm/atmos
    atmos no album stuff
     
  18. ganons

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    What about wii games like Smash Bros and Mario Galaxy?
     
  19. nacimem

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    Mario galaxy work but is slow at start of game
     
  20. jacopastorius

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    is there a "reboot to bootloader" function in this lakka version?
    If not, do i have to turn off and then reboot to rcm and launch a payload?
     
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