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    Latest working systems for Android Shield TV

    Exactly like stated above...sometimes cores break during a new update so this way I keep a working copy just in case...like daphne, I still have the old working core...and Atari st doesnt work with android oreo but hataroid emulator standalone does...I think dosbox-svn also broke for android during a recent update but I still got and use older version
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    Latest working systems for Android Shield TV

    Old cores will work if imported properly...they need to be zipped and named properly in the special file that android looks for when u open the download cores option....the key is u MUST follow the guide as written....I have a folder named retroarch then inside that I have all the cores zipped and named proper like this...reicast_libretro_android.so.zip.....in the file it needs to be written the same and the other info like date and some type of generic code u can copy the ones from the previous core...
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    Latest working systems for Android Shield TV

    Oh I forgot to mention, u can load bin or dat games directly...no need for .lst files anymore
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    Latest working systems for Android Shield TV

    I havent played too much with it but I shall check....just in case I always keep copies of older cores for this same reason...I know virtua nba and tennis2 did run a bit slow...and a few games for dreamcast I tried were fullspeed...what games did u try that ran slower than b4?....also try 2 follow thatmans guide on how to import cores with xxamp ....that's how u can import cores to the shield without root access.....basically what I do is change the cores download location on my android phone and then I download cores to the download folder....once u restart retroarch on the phone the cores location will go back to default in hidden section ....then I transfer the downloaded cores to the PC to import then to the shield
  5. sanchezmike01

    Latest working systems for Android Shield TV

    I havent played too much with it but I shall check....just in case I always keep copies of older cores for this same reason...I know virtua nba and tennis2 did run a bit slow...and a few games for dreamcast I tried were fullspeed...what games did u try that ran slower than b4?....also try 2 follow thatmans guide on how to import cores with xxamp ....that's how u can import cores to the shield without root access.....basically what I do is change the cores download location on my android phone and then I download cores to the download folder....once u restart retroarch on the phone the cores location will go back to default in hidden section ....then I transfer the downloaded cores to the PC to import then to the shield
  6. Basically updating the uninformed about systems for android that arent mentioned or talked about...super gameboy now works on android...it loads with colors and the built in bezels and plays perfectly as it does on the pc....atomiswave and naomi also work on android .....most games load and work using the lastest reicast core in retroarch...if u get an error about machine settings, basically u gotta enable service buttons then go to system settings and change screen from vertical to horizontal...then exit out and go to retroarch options and change it to horizontal and disable service buttons and save the game option file...game will now load and play....lastly msdos....tons of work has been done recently for dosbox-svn and a new dosbox 3dglide for retroarch android...I can honestly say it is by far the hardest or labor intensive wheel to setup for android........took me about 3months on and off to extract each game and write a conf file for every game to launch from the android wheel....also u have to set up the controls for each game which means either reading the manuals or pressing all buttons on a keyboard to figure the controls out...finished that wheel with 480 games...I'll post videos soon but any questions on a how to just ask here
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    Top features Poll

    U can extract the images of the flash file and then join them 2gether via photoshop to use it as a png image for use in themes on android ....thatman has linked the tutorial on it....its a hit or miss with swf and android so I just go with themes all in png format....pain the azz cause I gotta go thru each one and change it from swf to png but worth it at the end for a nicer look
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    SETTINGS: Android emulator settings

    Sometimes things change with updates....I noticed this when I was testing the scummvm apk...I had like 4 different versions and each one had a different launch parameter
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    Hyperspin en android

    Ok ...u need to go into the search box and type android for all threads regarding hyperspin android....if u see all media but games wont launch then u need to edit the system ini files ... this will not work out the box from a PC setup...the ini fir android is the same as PC but certain things need to be edited for android compatibility.....just go to android thread and u will have sample ini files that u can use
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    Phillips cdi

    Yea mame works well with it...quite a few good games on there to be honest...its like 50/50 with the games that work and dont work based on the no intro set but the ones that work are pretty good...I want to start trying to do a pc98 setup since we have a core ....sonkun was supposed to be working that system but dont knkw how far he got
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    ScummVM on Shield TV

    For future reference to avoid any retroarch headaches, I recommend to switching almost all directories to an area of the shield to u have access to...that includes overlays, saves, config,info file, controller remaps,....the only things that should stay default are the cores location and maybe the shaders location....reason behind it is u can manually edit any configs or manually add overlays per game via a batch or import ur own core info files if custom...if u chose to delete retroarch and start from scratch at least u have everything saved on hand and all u will need to do is downlaod a different version of retroarch and go back to directories and map them again to the custom locations
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