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Old July 4th, 2012, 09:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've recently downloaded an application from the Android market called N64 Emulator. It is supposed to run Nintendo 64 games on your phone. After opening the app I was extremely confused with how to download and, after downloading, play the games. I'm certainty not the most tech-smart person. I'm on a DROID RAZR MAX if that helps and have plenty of space to download games.

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Old July 5th, 2012, 05:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Is that the one by "Epic Amazing Apps"? Well reading through the Play store user reviews, it seems like a lot of people can't make it work, many complaints about ads in the notification bar as well. So it appears to be neither "Epic" or "Amazing".

I'm sure with some of these console emulator apps they require a copy of the boot ROM or BIOS from the original console, to make the emulator work. Usually it's not distributed with the emulator app for copyright reasons.
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I'll have to warn everyone in here, again. Because I'm not allowed to post links, that made me actually at this moment angry. I have made some mistakes in here because I'm in a hurry.

At least forward this warning to everyone else on forum and outside of forum.

Do not install any N64 emulator app in Play Store again because they are all stolen copies of original Mupen64Plus by Paulscode (Google that and check the forum of paulscode and thread in General Discussion called "Please support the project!").

In short "Brad Geng" (yes, that's "Epic Amazing Apps" and yet he has more accounts), is a fake developer which filed a false DMCA claim to Paul. Soon or later, Paul's Mupen64Plus emulator is gone from Play Store, while the fake Brad's app was still available, until Paul claimed DMCA. However, Brad keeps posting his apps and doesn't stop, yet he even adds paid version with "no ads", but very expensive yet steals profit from original developer which struggles to get at least some support for 3-4 months!

What's the problem in here?

DMCA does not work in China, where Brad is!

That way, Paul (even me, or anyone else) is not able to stop this nonsense.

Once again, do not buy or install any emulators from play store, except for N64 4 Droid. This is developed by someone else, and that developer respectfully credited Paul, but yet he was victim of Brad, too as even his app has been taken down.

If you want to rather help Paul at least, rather go to SlideME marketplace and then look for "Mupen64Plus" by Paulscode. "N64 4 Droid" is developed by Techworkzx, he's safe too. However, apps developed by "shikitou" are NOT. That's brad's account in SlideME marketplace.

If you think this is just all a joke or fake, then wait until you publish your own app and then someone from China takes it down with DMCA and you can't do anything.
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