PPSSPP discussion and testing thread

Discussion in 'Wii U - Homebrew' started by Osakasan, May 29, 2018.

  1. the_randomizer

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    I don't know what to tell you, then, numerous other people are using it just fine =/ Make a PPSSPP folder for the RPX folder, IDK.
     
  2. NoNAND

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    Should i format my sd card
    When i launch megaman i get the this game has an autosave feature and when i press the circle buttom the emulator crashes with a dsi error
     
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    I doubt formatting it will fix it, IDK what to suggest.
     
  4. CloudMcFox

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    I just tried the new release and two new games

    -Daxter starts, and partially works, there is background sound but screen is always on black
    -Soul Calibur Broken Destiny works fine, but laggy, and after a battle it freezes during a minute

    I tried again Burnout Paradise, and now is working good, but the game shows squares instead of text, also tried again Def Jam F F NY, and now is working perfect, now it shows the correct text on the menu.
     
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  5. NoNAND

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    -998 link is broken please re upload
     
  6. Y0shII

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    Firmware: 5.5.2
    SD type and Class: SanDisk 32GB class 10
    Homebrew launcher version: v1.4
    Emulator version: v1.5.4-998-g08f26439c
    Non default settings: none

    Game: Hatsune Miku Project Diva
    Issues observed: runs at 30 fps most of the time, brief slowdown during gameplay but nothing serious

    Game: Digimon world Re: Digitize (with english patch)
    Issues observed: fmv plays fine, runs at 30 fps (checked only first battles not further), brief slowdown at entering battles and menu screen but nothing serious

    Game: Phantasy Star Portable 2
    Issues observed: fmv plays fine, runs at 30 fps outside battle, in battle goes from 20-25 and also brief slowdown, frameskip 1 cuts frames to 15 or slower
     
  7. DarthDub

    DarthDub Amateur Hacker

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    Your mom's basement.
    Get a Class 10 SD card.
     
  8. easyonme

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    I just wanted to chime in to say (since I haven't seen it mentioned already) that, albeit preliminary, the port supports "remote disc streaming". I say preliminary because I haven't yet managed to successfully load an ISO through it (but I haven't tested the latest build yet, nor by any stretch have my tests, in general, been extensive). It is however possible to browse shared repositories from other ppsspp installation on the network, from both android and windows builds. Maybe with a few nudges in the right direction, it could get to a working state. That would surely facilitate and expedite the process of testing games (saving time and wear on SD cards).

    BTW, Sega Rally Revo works full speed (30fps by design) if you care to wait about a 0.5-1 min until it loads the track!
     
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  9. Lyrin

    Lyrin Annoying Weaboo Girl

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    As far as I can tell, that feature doesn't work at all. I've tried on Linux and Android a couple months ago, and Wii U recently. Never worked.
     
  10. Maxbeta

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    Has anybody tried running Homebrew games and demos on this emulator yet and what is the folder path to put them in?

    I'm curious to see how OpenBor PSP port runs on this considering the Wii port's memory limitations makes it obsolete with recent pak games.

    Any insight is appreciated.
     
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  11. easyonme

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    Mmm, that's really strange. Testing remote disc streaming was the very first thing I did when I fired up PPSSPP on the WiiU specifically because I use it all the time (with success) to share from my PC to my phone. In fact I do all that while running PPSSPP in VR on my S8+ (which surely only adds more and more layers of complication if anything else), so I'm surprised to hear that it doesn't work at all for you outside of the WiiU-specific case. For me it works to and from Android and Windows. Maybe Linux (not surprisingly) complicates things for you? or your router/firewall settings are too strict. You should look into it, cause the feature does work.

    Cheers,
     
  12. H1B1Esquire

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    Earth, bro-dude.
    But have you tried both...at the same (damn) time?

    http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?tid=19752
     
  13. ShadowOne333

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    Can someone tell me where do the ISOs need to go in my SD card?
    I know they should go inside the /ppsspp/ folder in root, but does it need a subdirectory?
     
  14. wicksand420

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    Mine are just in a folder called iso at the root of the sd, once you point the emulator to your folder, you wont have to do it again
     
  15. ShadowOne333

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    Ah I didnt know you could direct the emulator to whatever folder you had the ISOS in.
    Thank you!
     
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  16. wicksand420

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    You can also make game specific configs so you can tweek the optimal performance out of each individual game, I think we should start including those configs when we find games working at full speeds with different settings selected.
     
  17. El 15

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    FINAL FANTASY TACTICS

    Firmware:5.5.1
    SD type and Class:
    SDXC Class 10 kingston
    Homebrew launcher version: Haxchi HBL1.4
    Emulator version: v1.5.4-998-g08f26439c
    Game: Final Fantasy tactics
    Non default settings: frame skip 2
    Issues observed: sound a little slow in savegame, perfect gameplay.
     
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  18. wicksand420

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    I got fly fu working good, and everything shows up too

    Firmware:5.5.2
    SD type and Class:
    SanDisc 32GB HCI Class 4
    Homebrew launcher version: v2.1
    Emulator version: v1.5.4-998-g08f26439c
    Game: Fly Fu
    Non default settings: See Config
    Issues observed: None, working 100%

    Configs go in ppsspp/system

    make sure to unzip
     

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  19. pedro702

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    we need an actual decent compatibility list to fill like we have for nintendont and wiiu injections seriously, can anyone ask cyan or something to make one?
     
  20. Lyrin

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    Listen buddy, there's no reason to curse me out. Of course I had both devices running PPSSPP at the same time, it's very obvious that's what you need to do from looking at the menu.