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psx4droid now available in android market!!! (plus a step-by-step guide on how to get it to work)

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by ap3604, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. ap3604

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    Hey guys I just wanted to let you know of the great emulator that just came out - PSX4DROID!!! It runs great on my Nexus One aside from the sound being just a tiny bit off (it also has wiimote controller support!) Final Fantasy 7 here we come :D

    I had some trouble setting it up at first so I wanted to give you guys a tutorial so you wouldn't be lost like I was trying to set it up at first ;)

    here it is since I posted it on xda first: Step by step tutorial to getting psx4droid to work... - xda-developers

    Hope the tutorial helps :)
     

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  2. ap3604

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    Got a question:

    Final Fantasy 7 is three different disk roms... I've never played it before BUT will psx4droid know to load your last saved state from your disk 1 rom onto the first time you start disk 2?

    Thanks for your help guys =]
     
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    I was wondering the same thing. Do you just put all three images in one folder or what? I'm a newb at this stuff...
     
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    I picked this up the other day and tried a few games, all of which worked pretty well. FFVII, Resident Evil 2, Need For Speed III, and Medal of Honor. It will take a little time getting used to the touch controls, but then there's also the option of getting a bluetooth controller too which I might get.

    As for multiple disc games, when it asks you to put the next disc in, you should be able to just load the next rom from your folder, but you might want to make a state save before you try anything like that just in case though.
     
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    Anyone find a good working link for a tekken 3 rom? I tried doperoms.com but its really slow and everytime i try (its been at least 4 times) it stops at 381megs downloaded and then never finishes. Any help?
     
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    I've tried it.. GTA 2 is not working on my nexus one.
     
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    What formats R U all using? I have sum roms in ".bin" & ".img" and den work on my computer emulator (even though that doesn't matter), but won't work on my psx4droid...
     
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    In final fantasy 7... it will ask you to save right before the disc swap. You can save first.. then worst comes to worst.. just shut down the program, pick disc 2, and load up your game from there. maybe you guys dont remember playing these multi-disc games from back then..
     
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    Thanks =]

    I stopped playing after SNES so I had no clue how multi-disk games work, let alone how they work on an emulator! ;)
     
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    I am using .bin.
     

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