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  1. Did u set those folders in the directory settings?....it seems like u didnt because when u 1st opened the menu it automatically pointed to the default location in hidden files section...I can confirm that I'm using hyperspin 1.8 retroarch3264 and using retroarch 1.7.6 and also using retroarch64 1.7.5....I changed all important locations that I personally use to edit things like configs folder, overlays folder downloads folder and info folder....did it for both retroarch apks...also changed the open menu buttons to start +back and exit left and right thumbs....did it twice on both apks...1 for standalone apk and again after hyperspin launched both apks....everything is confirmed working as it should
  2. My fault....I had the shield button enabled to kill apps if not currently using...turned it off and all is working now as normal 🙂
  3. Hey everyone... quick question....I had to reset my shield TV because I downloaded a shady apk that was causing my shield to act up and it would restart regularly on its own....so anyways moving forward , I installed the 1.8 Hyperspin apk and everything seems to work as far as my bezels per game and controller configs and even loading my own custom cores within the downlaods folder...my big issue is now now matter which apk I use (retroarch1.7.6, or retroarch64 1.7.5) when I exit out a game it restart hyperspin.....it doesn't exit back to the game wheels but instead I get the hyperspin startup video then the main menu wheels.....anyone experience that or is it just me?
  4. Yea the index file can have all the same info except core name...I think the 1st line is date then space then like a crc type number space then core name ending with zip.....the date and crc number can all be the same when editing the index file
  5. To split cores it's done on the PC using gsar.exe and a batch file....its not a str8 forward tutorial on retroarch forumns though because u need to know the official core name and when renaming I beleive it must have the same amount of characters as the original core....took a few tries b4 I successfully split fba core...then like thatman said it must be imported which is a gr8 tutorial but depending who is following it, it may get confusing as we all know not everyone is super proficient on android...as far as amiga goes, I gotta check on my stuff because I can launch the hdf on my phone with no issues but when I tried on the shield it crashed
  6. In retroarch forumns is the instructions to split a core and rename it to something else...basically for the purpose of using to of the same cores but with different properties so they dont clash...I did it for neogeo aes and mvs...same roms but different cores ...1 says insert coin and the other says press start
  7. Zerojay thanks bro for editing the apk....I can confirm that everything is working gr8 now and I can use retroarch64 for gamecube and any other core that works better than retroarch32...now it's time to just investigate what cores should be used in 64 and or 32 ...I've heard that ps1 works better with retroarch64 but haven't looked into it yet
  8. I did the hyperspin apk alter and it works BUT I went back to regualr hyperspin apk....reason is I have alot of split cores and a few customized cores that dont work on retroarch64....I didnt even check to see if retroarch64 has the same amount of cores but what I do know is that the regualr retroarch cores will not work on retroarch64.
  9. Any new updates on the tutorial or of we can use it together with retroarch32?
  10. I tried this method but get errors....I tried ransoms hdf files but I'm thinking like u said the hdf need to be made differently
  11. That would be impossible with just 1 or 2 cores for neo geo
  12. Also with split cores I can perfectly emulate systems with the same roms but different settings and bezels...such is the case with neo neo ...1 core is for aes then I split the core to run mvs and split it again for neogeox with the handheld bezel and split it a forth time for neo geo mini with yet a different bezel
  13. As far as cores go I usually keep a backup copy of cores because many times on updates core get broken....this was the case with daphne, atari800 and a few others.....I rerooted my shield so now I just keep copies and install them myself
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