Edited by TylerAllen86 at 2015-08-01 15:27 |
@nacho420 Sorry for delay & @chris2ferz Me, no. Many, Yes. I personally, am interested in mfi emulation and playstation DS 3/4 emulation.
@nacho420 Yes, somewhat. retroarch 1.2.2 is supposed to be coming any week now for iOS, as its already been released for other systems such as mac. It has a very updated UI, as well as many bug fixes.
Anyway, retroarch. I'm close to getting everything working. So it depends on what system you trying to run. If its SNES then yes 100% Although the process is not "easy". n64 i'll have figured out soon.
A. You'll need ifile
B. You'll need controllers for all.
1. Put nes30/pro into keyboard mode. Then go to controllers for all in settings. On controller type choose keyboard. (ios Bluetooth) (don't pair yet)
2. go into ifile to var/mobile/Documents | You'll see .RetroArch folder. Go into that. open retroarch.cfg with text viewer. Scroll down till you get to player 1 inputs and use the input provided in picture.
3. Now pair the nes30/pro with IOS device start retro arch. and choose content and navigate to the area you have an SNES game and it will run and should auto detect input device so the overlay will not be on screen
** retroarch auto loads the snes by default. If retro was fully working, then you could use the frontend option and change this and all the N64 buttons would work. currently only those that match the n64 will work. I'm working on figuring out how to change this manually.