Getting Emulators (PSP,DS and more) on your non-jailbroken iOS device – Play your favourite retro games on your iPad/iPhone with minimal effort!


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8 Responses

  1. Roberto says:

    Another option: for schools and university there is a free Developer Program, you can sign and test all your app (also wildcard sign) but can’t submit anything to the app store.

  2. Popd says:

    Console makers for years have been saying that it voids your warranties to open them up. I take the allegation that dumping or modifying for personal use being illegal. But that’s just my opinion. Similar to the don’t remove this tag from a mattress etc.

  3. bickman14 says:

    I really thought the conclusion would be like: Get an Android device.

  4. Thatdude says:

    Typical post by Aurora. Epically late to the game, this has been an option for as long as impactor has been around. It’s the same process used to side load Cydia onto your phone, except you’re just not putting Cydia on your phone, just emulators. Please just stop writing. You’re not helpful.

    • jlx says:

      Typical comment from a guy that can just complain, but nothing else. Even if this information is old it is new to me. Try to understand that even if it is not useful to you it may be for others. BTW I’m not really into iOS devices (even if I use them to develop software for them), but it is interesting to get to know how people use features such as these to get around limitations.