Can't install gpSPhone

Discussion in 'Gameboy Advance emulator (gpSPhone)' started by Kornowski, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. Kornowski

    Kornowski New Member

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    I can't install gpSPhone, I keep getting 'Package Download Failed'...

    I'm on 1.1.4 Jailbroken...
    Any help?
    Thanks!
  2. Kornowski

    Kornowski New Member

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  3. dadav

    dadav New Member

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    Yeah same problem on 1.1.3 with me.
  4. lugia888

    lugia888 New Member

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    Help!!!

    Gpshone won't install on my 1.1.4 jailbroken ipod touch too. "Package download failed" keeps on popping up. maybe it doesn't work on 1.1.4
  5. Kornowski

    Kornowski New Member

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    Does anybody not know of something that we can do to get it to work?
  6. theloniousdre

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    i have the same problem too on 1.1.4 and 1.1.3, im gonna downgrade to 1.1.2 and see if it works
  7. Kornowski

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    I've got it installed, but I can't get the sources to work, allowing me to get the BIOS...
  8. Sickly_slick

    Sickly_slick New Member

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    i hope you guys can SSH or use iphone pc suite or iphonebrowser to access your touch
    1. download gpsPhone v. 1.5.0 (newest) here: http://www.zodttd.com/forum/index.php/topic,1109.0.html
    (its located at the bottom of that post)
    2. access your touch anyway you want
    3. place gpsPhone.app in /applications (chmod 755)
    4. create folder "ROMs" in /var/roots/media
    5. create folder "GBA" in /var/roots/media/ROMs <-- thats the folder you made from step 4
    6. google term: "gba_bios" and download a copy (i used a ******* one, worked great)
    7. place .gba games (roms) in /var/roots/media/ROMs (no chmod needed)
    8. enjoy playing pokemon or something (thats what i play)

    saving games works for me, so it should work for you
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  10. Kornowski

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    Where do I put the BIOS when it's Downloaded?

    Thanks, Also, where can I get some ROMs from?

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