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[INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2018

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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2015

Post by beater0001 » Fri Dec 25, 2015 12:06 pm

everything works great, thanks :)
however, there are 2 small problem i got:
1. in gpsp, cpu clock speed always stay at 333mhz when a game start
2. In snes9x, when i save state then load that state, the screen freeze but the sound is still playing
Is there any solution?
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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2016

Post by luck » Tue Jan 12, 2016 9:12 pm

1 , 2: i don't know, seems fine here, psp go 6.61 lme

update : capcom play system 1 and 2, neogeo cd, mvs
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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2015

Post by Dzil_Aqlil_14 » Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:38 am

beater0001 wrote:everything works great, thanks :)
however, there are 2 small problem i got:
1. in gpsp, cpu clock speed always stay at 333mhz when a game start
2. In snes9x, when i save state then load that state, the screen freeze but the sound is still playing
Is there any solution?
What types of PSP versions that u had?!
Sorry if I misspelled | I'm an Asian | Online Time : 8am-1pm [ UTC / Everyday]
PSP 1000 8 GB 6.61 - PRO-C / ME 2.3 [TA-081 / 01g / PHAT ]
Keeps ur eyes at [Who is online?]Thanks to all PSP users for keep up the PSP scene alive :)
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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2015

Post by beater0001 » Sun Jan 17, 2016 2:01 am

Dzil_Aqlil_14 wrote:
beater0001 wrote:everything works great, thanks :)
however, there are 2 small problem i got:
1. in gpsp, cpu clock speed always stay at 333mhz when a game start
2. In snes9x, when i save state then load that state, the screen freeze but the sound is still playing
Is there any solution?
What types of PSP versions that u had?!
A 02g model
Anw, im now using rev27 of snes9x and saving state is fine now. About cpu clock in gpsp i guess i just have to change it every time start a game though

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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2016

Post by Dzil_Aqlil_14 » Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:08 am

@beater0001
most 02g version of PSP doesn't support CFW...
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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2016

Post by luck » Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:39 pm

Wrong!
Any psp model can install a cfw, somehow.

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UO gpSP kai

Post by ErikPshat » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:32 am

If you have someone translating for emulator UO gpSP kai, please share!
I searched the Internet and elsewhere can not find a translation for the following languages:
  1. chinese_simplified.msg
  2. chinese_traditional.msg
  3. dutch.msg
  4. french.msg
  5. german.msg
  6. korean.msg
Please, if anyone knows the languages, share the translation of these languages

I tried to translate through Google Translate, but it seems to me that somehow not properly obtained: ===>>>

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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2016

Post by toBsucht » Fri Apr 29, 2016 3:44 pm

https://github.com/uberushaximus/gpsp-k ... german.msg

maybe you find them inside some other versions here are some:
https://en.osdn.jp/projects/gpsp-kai/releases/
(seems like a prduct of takka)
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HomeBrews working with Psp 6.xx fw viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2624
ofw (shrunk) HomeBrews viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1879

All Psp homebrews at mfi.re/toBsucht
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Re: UO gpSP kai

Post by The Z » Fri Apr 29, 2016 3:45 pm

ErikPshat wrote:If you have someone translating for emulator UO gpSP kai, please share!
I searched the Internet and elsewhere can not find a translation for the following languages:
  1. chinese_simplified.msg
  2. chinese_traditional.msg
  3. dutch.msg
  4. french.msg
  5. german.msg
  6. korean.msg
Please, if anyone knows the languages, share the translation of these languages

I tried to translate through Google Translate, but it seems to me that somehow not properly obtained: ===>>>

Image
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Give me an english example and I can translate it into german.
White PSV TV - 32GB - 3.60 CFW
White PSV 1000 - 32GB - 3.65 CFW
2x PSV 2000 - 32/64GB - 3.65 CFW
PSP Fat 1000 - TA-081 - 6.61 ME-2.3
PSP Slim 2000 - TA-085¹ - 6.61 ME-2.3
4x PSPgo & 1x PSP 3kº⁴ᶢ - 6.61 LME-2.3∞

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Re: [INDEX] [Emulation on PSP] Emulators List - 2016

Post by ErikPshat » Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:38 am

toBsucht wrote:https://github.com/uberushaximus/gpsp-k ... german.msg

maybe you find them inside some other versions here are some:
https://en.osdn.jp/projects/gpsp-kai/releases/
(seems like a prduct of takka)
Well, as you can see, there is german.msg have only english text, as any oter languages on english.

Yes, for your reference are the source of takka.
I am using the latest version of "UnOfficial gpSP kai 3.4 test 4 build 92" from this repository: http://svn.sourceforge.jp/svnroot/gpsp- ... ai_jp.html
I'll improve this version. Already corrected a lot a lot a lot of mistakes. I drew a new font for all languages. Only there is no translation into other languages.

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