R4 Emulation...

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Jul 18, 2007

R4 Emulation... by suppachipmunk at 6:59 PM (1,001 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. suppachipmunk
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    Hello all. Just curious as to which emulators will work on the R4.

    So far, I have seen jEnesis DS, and NesDS.

    If you could make a list of compatible emulators that will work with the R4DS, and their compatibility rating.

    Thanks in advance.

    Suppachipmunk
     
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    USE THE SEARCH BUTTON ... [​IMG]
     
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    I tried using the search button. not alot came up for R4 Emulators.
     
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    any emu with dldi support will work
     
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    Thanks Mad_Boy. I will give some emus a try will DLDI and report back tomorrow.
    In the meantime, if anyone can confirm some emus, please feel free to do so.
     
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    I use: snemulds - SNES, Lameboy - Gameboy, and Scummvm in addition to the ones you use all on my M3Simply.

    Hope that helps a little
     
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    Thanks inovermyheadd.

    Does the M3 Simply Auto patch DLDI. From what I understand, kernal 1.10 for the R4 does.
    Therefore, all I need to do is place the emu on the MicroSD and open it?

    To: inovermyheadd, do you place your roms in a separate folder named SNES, or Gameboy, or do you place them on the root of the MicroSD?

    Thanks again.
     

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