Something wrong with my emulators...

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  1. todd1

    todd1 New Member

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    On my iTouch, I have installed the PSX, GPS, SNES and NES emulators...but the ROMs don't work. I downloaded a couple, and when I go onto one of of my emulators it says that there are no ROMs found. I even downloaded a program onto my computer that allows me to surf through the files on my iTouch, and I made sure that the ROMs were in the right folder. Can anyone help?

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  2. iPodTouchEdwards

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    did u install them threw installer?
    if so them ones dont work....
    do u have the bios?
    have you set permissions to 777?
    directory is var/mobile/Media/ROMs u sure thier in there?
  3. todd1

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    I did install them through installer....I do have BIOs, but I put it into the GPS folder....should it be in the SNES folder? And people say permissions should be set to 775, 755 and a whole bunch of other numbers....and the files are DEFINITELY in there.
  4. full1

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    give me a second let me write the instructions

    EDIT: your roms have to be in a directory called ROMs. To do this you need to install mobilefinder from installer.. After that go to your /media folder. In the media folder use mobile finder' to make a folder named ROMs- note: the word ROMs must be typed exactly like that..or else it might not work.. In the ROMs folder you just made make a folder called NES- must also bee like I wrote it. SNES, & PSX MUST BE LIKE I WROTE IT. Now you have a directory for the roms to go in all you simply have to do is put the rom in the proper directory example if its a GBA Game you put it in Media/ROMs/GBA..

    If you dont have any roms p.m me and I'll send them to you..
  5. todd1

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    I tried a computer downloaded ROM too...still nothing.
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    Okie dokie...thank you.
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    Wait, are you actually writing the instructions???
  8. full1

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    Yep just did
  9. todd1

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    Um...not to be rude but can I see them? Sorry, lol I was just looking around the forums and I saw some teasing....sorry if I sound like a jerk...
  10. pmartin327

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    your roms have to be in a directory called ROMs. To do this you need to install mobilefinder from installer.. After that go to your /media folder. In the media folder use mobile finder' to make a folder named ROMs- note: the word ROMs must be typed exactly like that..or else it might not work.. In the ROMs folder you just made make a folder called NES- must also bee like I wrote it. SNES, & PSX MUST BE LIKE I WROTE IT. Now you have a directory for the roms to go in all you simply have to do is put the rom in the proper directory example if its a GBA Game you put it in Media/ROMs/GBA..

    If you dont have any roms p.m me and I'll send them to you..
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