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General Discussion / Re: N64dd
« on: June 26, 2017, 12:06:05 AM »
Any update on this? I looked at the githubs but for the life of me can't figure what files represent 64dd support and what exactly the upstream is check if it's coming

General Discussion / Re: Bilinear Filtering Option
« on: June 25, 2017, 11:55:26 PM »
I wasn't sure what the King3 was mentioning about specifically I assumed it was referring the the Ultra HDMI "VI DeBlur" of the screen and somehow remembered that being referred to as bilinearing smearing. And was agreeing that would be cool, not sure if it's documented though. I'm running old Galaxy S5 so personally I won't be able to run it anyway

But FZ runs excellent on my S5 with 320x240 but on my 50" TV so really would love some scanlines and some screen curviture that don't effect performance much

Keep up the good work!

General Discussion / Re: Bilinear Filtering Option
« on: June 23, 2017, 07:21:30 PM »
Id love some settings to remove the the filtering the N64 uses. Similar to how the Gameshark codes can remove one step of the filter but the HDMI kit does the best and removes the most offending filter with a algorithm. Forgive me not remembering the exact names. But I saw the My Life in Gaming and love the HDMI kits removal of that stuff

Zelda removal

Comparison on HDMI N64 filtering to CRT and PVM

Personally I love CRT-Pi Retroarch shader for Android with 15 or 20 screen curvature setting . Have it running on my PS1 in Retroarch and looks fantastic

What are the chances Crt-Pi can be implemented or a scanline shader? I love Mupen64PLus FZ and cannot run the n64 retroarch cores that are good to use that with my old galaxy S5, but Mupen64Plus FZ runs flawlessly. It just really needs a simple shader and Crt-Pi is lightweight and looks great and I think wont even need the removal of N64 inherent filters to look great with

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: September 30, 2013, 05:05:03 PM »
God I following this project, but damn if its not worth it in the end(there will be a end right?)

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: July 23, 2013, 04:09:05 PM »
Stodog dont take offense to this as its good to see this thread bumped no and then. But could you stop double and triple posting and edit a single post instead. Sometimes your replys will take 25% or more of a page. And you pretty much know about if as much as the next guy ie nothing new to add but interest.

Anyway ill wait 3 more years as the other option is to accept that it is not being developed anymore. I have to admit though I go through phases of being ok with no real detailed updates and videos that just tease, and othertimes im like "wth is this dudes problem"haha

Of course he has no problem and the emu is not up to snuff for him. After I heard that the thps was a "hack" targeted at the test device, ive started to think its not as far along as I thought and he isnt holding anything back from the users without the intent to release

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: June 02, 2013, 08:27:24 PM »
Haha thanks for the quick reply to my pm. I had pretty much  given up hope after googling many terms for like an hour. Much better layout almost playable, though quite infuriating mispressing

Your Projects / Re: Yabause AE - Continuation
« on: May 25, 2013, 06:04:04 PM »
Great work bro! Cant wait until I see some improvements hopefully

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: May 21, 2013, 06:13:07 PM »
I got it from sonebody! But the forum 404 me when I try to post the link???

Anyway fixes the gamepad on my galaxy s4. Still a bit small but in proper position

Edit: Here

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: May 20, 2013, 10:15:19 PM »
I would like the wvga\hvga version as well. It was hosted here

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: May 14, 2013, 07:53:40 PM »
Just just got my galaxy s4 today, is a major improvement over my Xperia Play. First thing I tried as nulldC,and it's more than twice as fast. It used to take 5-6second for the game clock to go down one second. Now it is 2 seconds real life for the games clock to countdown one second. It seems like it's going full speed, amazing!

one problem is the game pad comes up in the center of the screen, making it unplayable...
is there anyway to decompile the Apk and change the gamepad resolution?

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: May 07, 2013, 12:45:36 AM »
My bad, I didnt know the game was called the evolution. It is a lot clearer now though the 1.0 and the evolution threw me off....
Cant wait to see if theres any improvement with a s4 as the code stands, I was gonna go in the att store and asked if they had any since my upgrade is due. But im not sure there even out yet

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: May 03, 2013, 05:40:24 PM »
That title was a little misleading, he us using the previously leaked version with a different .gdi. Nice music though and I like anything related to nulldce! Is there any news besides this? Anyway im upgrading to a galaxy s4 very soon and am looking foward to testing the leak and fantasize about it

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: April 10, 2013, 06:33:00 PM »
Dont you need the source code along with the apk to publish an app?

Miscellaneous / Re: NullDCe apk
« on: February 15, 2013, 01:16:25 AM »
 I must admit before the leak I wasnt sure that it was real. Even though he is a respected dev, I thought it was not possible, videos just dont do it for me...i want to see it myself working to get the grasp of whats happening a video kind of goes in one eye and out the other.

 And of coarse I would still donate it is coming, he put in so much work to get it in the state in the videos, he' a complete asshat to just keep it.(he isnt)

Miscellaneous / Re: PS2 emulation on android
« on: December 16, 2012, 10:29:13 PM »
That would be awesome, even just for android x86 since Intel are rumered to be coming to android phones.

Since  there havent been a post recently about this im going to mention psp is being steady ported to android with PPSSPP(playstation portable simulator suitable for playing portably) its author is the developer from dolphin gamecube emu which has taken leaps and bounds. Every night there are updates to the source, I check its progress every morning on

Psp has some real solid games similar to what the ps2 offers, Ps2 would be excellent though for it exclusives on a portable device of your choice

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