RELEASE PPSSPP Switch Beta Release

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  1. SG911

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    What format should the cheat file be? I copied & pasted one i had from my PPSSPP emu on my PC. to the my SD cheat location. Doesn't show tho.
     
  2. bad361

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    To enable and allow the use of ini cheat files in savefiles\PSP\Cheats, set the 'Internal Cheats Support' core option to enabled (after enabling the option RA will automatically create an .ini file with you launched game id, you just have to modify it with your cheat data).

    khm...khm.. http://docs.libretro.com/library/ppsspp/
    I know its hard to search stuff by yourself but you need to try it sometimes.
     
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  3. SG911

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    Saw this already & did it. Cheat file doesn't show for me but i'll give it another try. Thanks for the snarky additude.
     
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    Didn't want to be rude, sorry. You could've told that you tried what the official docs suggested, but your post doesn't seem to have enough info about what exactly you tried.

    It does work, you are doing something wrong then. To answer your questions directly, cheats should be in .ini extanstion named with game id (eg ULUS00125.ini), they should be located in savefiles/PSP/Cheats. In order for a specific cheat to work you need to change C0 to C1 inside your cheat file. And yeah, obv enable internal cheats option.
     
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  5. SG911

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    Yeah, I did do what the site mentioned, I saw it created an ini of it's own so i edited with what my current had from my desktop ppsspp & saved it. In that directory as well now my thing is how to get them to work in game? Since the ini is now there i thought you had to use the "Load Cheat File" option but nothing happens when i do that, so i assumed i was/am doing something wrong. Doing that brings up no files apparently even tho the ini is there.

    EDIT: Reading what you said again, i know about the "C0" & "C1" for on & off but now i'm wondering, does that have to be done in the ini itself BEFORE i play the game? I thought i would of been able to see the cheats in a menu/list of some sort.

    EDIT 2: Nevermind, i think that is what you were talking about. That i have to do & will do now to make sure it works.
     
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  6. ace_savant

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    After trying all of the instructions as thoroughly as possible and following some troubleshooting similar members issues to the best of my ability, I cannot get the PPSSPP core to work. Every other core works perfectly, and the PPSSPP core appears to load properly in RetroArch, but the moment I try to load any game (I have now tried 10 different titles), it immediately crashes to the Switch game menu. The Atmosphere crash code I always get is "0x4A8 (2168-0002)". I am using the "Hold L" method of entering the menu and launching RetroArch. I would be grateful for any suggestions.
     
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  7. EmulateLife

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    It's Hold R not L on a switch game.
     
  8. ace_savant

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    Please forgive my dyslexia. 'R' is in fact the button I have been using to launch the homebrew menu.
     
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  9. EmulateLife

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    Try overclocking in Retroarch.
     
  10. hugofthunder

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    Why am I feeling so bad now?
    Can I make this work on SXOS?
     
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    You can do anything you put your heart to.
     
  12. ace_savant

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    I am still having the same problem loading any PSP title (Atomosphere Crash Error 2168-0002). I would greatly appreciate any suggestions. I see that someone else was getting this error earlier in this thread, but no solution was ever mentioned. I am using the latest nightly PPSSPP NRO, and would be happy to share any other relevant details about my configuration upon request.
     
  13. rsn8887

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    What game are you using to launch Retroarch? Maybe try a different one.

    Also you could try to rename your coreoptions.cfg config file to see if there’s some option set in that file that causes the issue. I think it is in /Retroarch/coreoptions.cfg or some such.
     
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  14. Josshy0125

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    Works on sx. Any homebrew app that works on atmos will work on sx. They just say "not officially supported on nx" in an attempt to dissuade others from using sx. It's rather immature, on their part, but dont fret
    It works on sx too.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the reason why they say that sx is not supported is because they don't support sx
     
  16. JamesR

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    nice! Can it run on SXOS?
     
  17. Kawaii-Tora

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    How can I set a higher resuolution for CC?
     
  18. notimp

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    Core options. Have the game running - switch to the retroarch menu, and in the menu for the game running, you will have an options entry. (If you cant find it - you can also look for it under 'quick menu' while a game is running.) In there is an option for the emulators internal render resolution. There will be actual resolutions listed, 3x is just a way of talking about them - without having to remember the actual resolution numbers.. ;)

    Set the resolution - exit the options menu, and it should take. If the core "crashes" if you do that and then resume the game (depends on the ppsspp core -), use exit game, then start the game once more. Settings should have changed and be saved. (Key part, exit core options settings.)

    If you want to only have that option for one specific came - in core options, the first option should be "save as individual game option file". As soon as you pick that - settings will be stored for that game. if you never pick that option, as soon as you exit core options, and exit the game running - settings will be changed for every game that runs on that emulator core.

    If you need default settings back - just press start on any option in the core options menu - and It should be reset to default.

    To make changes permanent, exit Retroarch via exit once (not via home button on the switch), that should permanently save configuration files.

    And here is what the game looks like on the Switch in 3x resolution. :)

     
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  19. stellarr

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    Has anyone tried booting either Dissidia FF? both give me a black screen, nothing appears on screen even after using the R button trick. Black screens seem to be pretty common as I've had it trying Toy Story 3 as well (black screen when selecting load save or after finishing first level).
     
  20. EmulateLife

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    Yeah I play Dissidia 012 no problems. I use overclock to max though, you might try that.
     
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