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Aah I see. Too bad it couldn't be made faster, but nice job nonetheless. I'm glad to see that some of the obscure consoles are getting some love too.
I wonder how feasible a SNES emu would be... I know that people can simply use SNESAdvance through gp-SP Nspire, but I heard that SNES advance was extremely unreliable.
Shaq-Fu on the TI-Nspire But more seriously, Mario Kart will rule on that calc. Are there frame-skipping options to improve speed like in TI-Boy CSE?
EDIT: By the way I cannot run PocketSNES on my TI-Nspire. I am using Ndless 3.1 revision r914 on OS 3.1 and when I run the emulator, the calc simply reboots.
Do you mean RAM or Flash? I got 67.3 MB out of 115.2 MB.
Ah I see. I tried a different Ndless config/resource copy and still no luckI can't even play any game because the emulator simply won't start at all. It just shuts off the calc then reboots. I'll reformat my calc then reinstall OS 3.1 once I finished recharging it. Could it be hardware issues? Because I had troubles running some other Ndless programs in the past.
Yeah I definitively think it's a NAND corruption or hardware issue. Possibly caused by past mistakes with past Ndless installs (maybe I accidentally set the AHB too low in Nover once?)
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