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  1. Neo_

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    So I won´t get banned using Lakka on Nintendo Switch?
     
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    theres always that chance but just using lakka I would say quite unlikely
     
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  3. DollyWhipDoll

    DollyWhipDoll Royalty & Unbothered. LMFAO!!! ;)
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    Any of you watching PSP UMD Videos? They have hundreds of movies and shows. I just posted about GBA Video in the RetroNX thread since that's what I use.

    Found something from 2014 saying PPSSPP doesn't play them, but nothing since.
     
  4. natinusala

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    I never thought of using PPSSPP like that haha

    That would suck without sound though
     
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    I had the same issue, from SX to hekate to lakka and black screen. This with the official download on their website to sd root and no more instructions.
    After testing differente downloads (maybe different version idk) and changing things, it worked.

    As we are gonna be all banned probably, the competition between lakka and retroNX "for me" will be around gc and wii optimization (if this is possible).

    Hope we receive sound soon, great work and incredible advances of this developers.
     
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  6. anhminh

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    Does this work with Reinx?
     
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    Do you know minimally what is this?
    I mean...this is another totally different OS, like linux
     
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  8. anhminh

    anhminh Pirate since 2010
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    Some kind of emulator?
     
  9. Csmrcc

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    Read the first five-six words of the post
     
  10. Mrcookjr

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    What he should have said, is that Lakka boots into Linux. It's completely outside of the Switch OS.
     
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    That suck, any other way to play nds game on ReiNX?
     
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    RetroNX.
     
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    Nope.

    Nope.
     
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    For people booting from sx os into hekate into lakka.

    Sx os does a bunch of hardware config in not an ways similar to Nintendo/Linux which is bad.
    The continous blackscreen might be because of that. I don't think a normal boot should take that long to boot.

    So don't use sx os. No reasons to boot hekate with it too.
     
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    I use hekate with SXPro and Lakka as default boot for it .. works perfect for me ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
     
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    It’s always worked for me too in fairness (before I ditched SX, that is), but it’s hard to troubleshoot a CFW which is closed and with so much obfuscation.
     
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    Can you add exFAT support please
     
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    The devs have stated many times in this forum No. its too complicated to add reliably.
     
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    obfuscation.... Sxos?... ( Not great.. For xecuter team)
    Interesting
    Learn a little more about these methods
    The effectiveness of obfuscation is measured in terms of the effort required to program the disobfuscator, the execution time and the levels of resources required by the disobfuscator to produce readable source code.

    Thus, the challenge of obfuscation is similar to that of encryption: it is about producing code that is sufficiently obfuscated to make any attempt at analysis futile because of the incredibly long computation times and the complexity of the processes to be performed. But technological evolution is such that the computing capacities of computers evolve rapidly, the duration of protection is short.

    IV. The limits of obfuscation▲
    The obfuscation of an application no longer allows to perform reflexive operations on the generic code: the reflection APIs will no longer work because the class diagram will be changed randomly by the obfuscator.

    Debugging operations and the creation of traces can no longer be proposed on the commercial version of the application. Depriving the support of important tools to help users.

    Security through opacity is a myth! Obfuscation protects the source code against intellectual piracy for a relatively short time. But it does not protect against hackers who want to exploit the application's security vulnerabilities.

    The increase in algorithmic complexity and the modification of data structures increase the execution time. The design patterns chosen by the developer disappear and can be replaced by less efficient ones.

    The quality (algorithmic) of the source code decreases considerably and can be a barrier to certification by third parties.

    The call to external APIs (especially in Java) made by the name can NOT be obfuscated, and then give clues to hackers.

    Disobfuscators carry out a statistical analysis of the obfuscation methods of obfuscators available on the market by presenting them with sources to be obfuscated and analysing the result after obfuscation. This work then facilitates the task of disobfuscation. This will require the use of homemade obfuscators that are probably less effective than those on the market. Hence the dilemma...

    https://cyberzoide.developpez.com/securite/obfuscation/#LC

    This is the image of the gba emulator
    Lakka switch vs gpd xd android 4.4.4 retroarch ( lcd gridX3 shader gba )

    Here lakka.....
    [​IMG]

    Here gpd xd screen 5'inch shader lcdX3 gba
    [​IMG]
    I really find the rendering of the xd gpd much better....
    Even the photo gpd xd zoomed x10 the wood looks sharper than on lakka without zoom
    Photo Windows phone lumia
     
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  20. Ghost92

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    The Joy-Con do not work for me in Lakka
     
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