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  1. Hyperspin Android can only use 1 emulator per wheel so collections can ONLY be made with that in mind. It could be done if you use mame to run the different consoles but that's not ideal.
  2. Prob best searching through his file history on his profile page. https://hyperspin-fe.com/profile/158850-paco8998/content/?type=downloads_file&change_section=1
  3. Prob best searching through his file history on his profile page.
  4. Moved around a load of uploads today. @Rockt Red and @Publio thanks for the uploads but please add the aspect ratio (16:9) or (4:3) to your titles and upload them to a subsection.
  5. @rancidkipper usually the RL module notes are the 1st place to look through for that type of info. Glad you got it working
  6. https://buildbot.libretro.com/nightly/android/latest/arm64-v8a/
  7. Navigate the libretro buildbot website for arm v8 cores to find the exact name
  8. Pre loaded stuff can be a pain for others to help you make edits to being that you may not be able to answer some setup questions. i would suggest changing your question to be more specific (how can I set my N64 emulator to Mupen64-FZ or how can I add Scummvm to my system) Specific questions yield the better responses
  9. Haha, it’s always something simple in the end! you can have it anywhere so long as it’s A root folder for the Shield to read the directory.
  10. I’m not sure where you are with this now but I would suggest disconnect nas from shield Disconnect any hdd from shield rename you internal Hyperspin folder to something else. that should result in the Cannot find Hyperspin folder message. From there it’s a case of building out your HS folder as it was before. It’s possible you have some corrupt files cause if the crash. i would suggest checking your Media/Frontend folder for the intro video and also your Media/Main Menu files like themes. And Databases/Main Menu/Main Menu_Android.xml is not faulty. also iirc the Settings/Main Menu.ini holds a memory of the last wheel used the systems Main Menu media could be corrupt but I don’t think you are getting that far. the very basics that Hyperspin needs to open is Frontend media and main menu media. The main menu database and settings.ini along with main menu.ini and the last systems main menu media.
  11. Yeah he flat out refused to add it himself (understandable reasons imo) so you can only hope someone else turns up with a pull request to add it in. Glad it’s working for you
  12. Yeah it will need a while to be live i guess. The last android build was 12hrs ago Souds like you games need to be in a neocd folder Roms/neocd/-yourgames- for example.
  13. @mikty I remembered you wanted to use FBNeo for NeoCD it should be possible now (as soon as this core builds again) not tested myself just got the email. https://github.com/libretro/FBNeo/pull/159
  14. Yeah it was @reznnate, awesome job on it. Frosty reached out, just waiting on a reply.
  15. I don't expect an official fix until the 64bit versions are actually worth using! As the 64bit version is now default it doesn't need fixing. The ability to use the ra32 apk is whats needed to stop us being locked in to 1.7.7 and before versions. Either way we both know updates are generally few and far between
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