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How to use gameboid lite and other emulators?

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  1. dieNASTY

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    how do i use it for my evo? can anyone give me a step by step please?:p

    also when thats done, how do i get games on it?
     

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    I second this. I'm new to ROMs and I got SNESoid or whatever it's called and I don't have a clue. Thanks!
     
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    Please helpppppp
     
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    Okay, you're going to need to download ROM's (games) for the emulator to run, first and foremost. I have Gensoid (never had an SNES as a kid, genesis was my thing), and this is what I do. Go to [link deleted] or some other similar site (this is what I use). Select your emulator in the drop box next to the search box, search and download. Drop them into the SD card (can be the root, but I like to put mine into a 'ROM' folder. Makes things easy to find), then select them on the phone. Good 2 go!
     
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    Once you download the emulator(s) of choice (from the market.. some free, some not), you will need to download games (Rom's). If you want to make it simple, downlaod an app in the Market called Rom Buddy (2 bucks.. best you'll ever spend), it has games (rom's) for about every emulator, TONS of games. Download the ones you want for free.. and you're set.
     
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    awesome.. thanks!
     
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    rom gripper is another one from the market and it's free of charge. if using gamboid... download rom gripper and then before you select a rom, download the gba bios file.
     

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