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  1. Sorry the app was broken. I'm working on a quick update to fix compatibility. It's been years since I've looked at this so I'm running into various build/env issues and I don't have an ETA. It should be easy but I've already spent more hours than I expected. I'm expecting an update in 2-3 weeks, but that's not a promise since I'm uncertain about the fixes required yet. While I'm at it, I intend to fix the issue raised with Retroarch as well. Cheers!
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    hey reznnate

    im new to the emulater game grew up in 80s  so seeing these old systems blows my mind.i have nvidia shield can u point me to the correct down load  of hyperspin ive been watching tutorials but cant find file 

     

  3. Hyperspin_Android-test.apk View File Before I post this to the Google Play store, I wanted to let you guys test it first. There are only 2 minor changes. 1. Properly sleeps in the background when an emulator is launched (this should help battery and potential lag) 2. Changed default path for retroarch.cfg to /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.retroarch/files/retroarch.cfg (was previously /data/data/com.retroarch/retroarch.cfg). This should unify the config files (when retroarch launched standalone) and make it R/W. Pointing to /data/data was a hspin app bug. SORRY! Submitter reznnate Submitted 07/07/2017 Category HyperSpin (Android) File Count Credits  
  4. Version 1.0.8

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    Before I post this to the Google Play store, I wanted to let you guys test it first. There are only 2 minor changes. 1. Properly sleeps in the background when an emulator is launched (this should help battery and potential lag) 2. Changed default path for retroarch.cfg to /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.retroarch/files/retroarch.cfg (was previously /data/data/com.retroarch/retroarch.cfg). This should unify the config files (when retroarch launched standalone) and make it R/W. Pointing to /data/data was a hspin app bug. SORRY!
  5. Hi! one question, where can i find that polygame master theme you show in the android HSFBox?

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      reznnate

      It was provided as part of the ****************.fr 's community pack.   You'll need to download it from that site.

    2. reznnate

      reznnate

      grrr..   Hyper space free space spin dot fr

  6. FYI, you can setup multiple emulators per .ini file using | to separate them. I use this setup for Nintendo DS because Retroarch's Desume core isn't working well on Android at the moment. It will run Drastic first and if it's not installed, will run Retroarch. exe=com.dsemu.drastic/com.dsemu.drastic.DraSticActivity|com.retroarch/com.retroarch.browser.retroactivity.RetroActivityFuture parameters=GAMEPATH|cores/desmume_libretro_android.so
  7. You can save them to the internal /sdcard. Hyperspin will look for /Hyperspin folders in the internal memory and external sdcards and usbdrives. If there are multiple Hyperspin folders on multiple connected drives, it will select the usbdrive first, then ext-sdcard, then internal memory.
  8. Watched the video. What format is your drive? It appears Android is struggling to read it. When it works, you should see another link in /storage with the UUID of your hard-drive. This is the path you'd use in apps like Kodi, emulators, etc.
  9. With Android M, google added concept of 'adopted' storage that encrypts the drive and makes it the primary internal storage. It's encrypted though so you can't move it back between Android and your PC. So I recommend leaving the external Hyperspin drive as 'removable'
  10. I started working on my cabinet with Shield portable but now I carry it around and replaced it with more-powerful Shield TV. Hyperspin looks gorgeous on a small screen.. but it looks even better on a 4k TV. Out of curiosity, do you enjoy playing retro games on a touch screen? I can't handle it for more than a minute...
  11. That's okay Namdor, just like lightguns, Hyperspin isn't for everyone. :-) In my case, now that I've got my cabinet setup and working as 'always on, sleeps when left alone, instant-on, I'm not going back to my PC setup. If it's not obvious, I also enjoy the hobby aspect of the dynamic, fast-improving nature of Android emulation. Post a picture of your cabinet, I'd like to see it!
  12. Retroarch is a wildly complex project and there aren't many working on it. It is a free project, I don't know how they do it. Join Inc channel # retroarch to chat. It is fine to report issues and request help, but always remember those guys are doing it for the fun of it. They don't owe us anything.
  13. Namdor - which device do you have? The Hyperspin folder must be named /Hyperspin and be located at the root of your media. So /sdcard/Hyperspin or /Hyperspin on the ext-sdcard or otg-usbdrive. My understanding is the Android-M releases for tablets limit you to internal /sdcard only right now. There is no way to access external storage at the moment. I've been told this will change for upcoming Shield tablet update.
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