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Support / Re: Instructions For Loading Roms
« Last post by rredroverr on September 17, 2017, 05:46:20 AM »
I haven't used emulators in many years, so maybe I'm missing something?

But the long and short of it is: I can't see my ROMs on my android and I can't seem to find a relevant troubleshoot guide. I feel like there is such an obvious solution yet I'm not getting it.... I've Googled and what not so please don't consider me lazy, maybe blind tho lol

Device: Samsung Galaxy Tab A
Downloaded Mupen64plus FZ Today
Using internal storage via file manager
Created a rom folder and subsequent folder for n64 containing rom & using the N64 one as parent folder
I've tried clicking on rom, it pulls up in search but not to load
Deactivated cover image as I hear it can create a blank space to scroll thru (but I've scrolled anyway just in case with and without it)
Got my rom from loveROMs.com and about to try elsewhere
Specific game LOZ:OOT

I'm at a loss :( I want my ocarina fix since I lost my gc/64 av input. Pls halllp and thanks in advance

Ideas/suggestions/questions/comments/solutions?
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Support / Re: FZ, Smash 19XX romhack, and Samsung Galaxy S8
« Last post by ProfXavier on September 16, 2017, 05:39:14 PM »
Wow, I was right.

I did some research on renaming n64 rom headers and used tools to rename the file to just "19XX v11".
The rom still didn't want to load, so I tried deleting the corrupt folder, and changed the actual rom's filename, and booted up Mupen again. This time, it worked! I finally got it working again.

Thank you so much for your help! I have no idea as to why this was such a big issue, but I'm glad that it's over.
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Support / Re: FZ, Smash 19XX romhack, and Samsung Galaxy S8
« Last post by ProfXavier on September 16, 2017, 04:52:58 PM »
Decided to try a few things before replying to you again.
I noticed that SD Maid was, in fact, NOT actually deleting the folder as I had thought. So I decided to use ADB commands via my PC to really delete the file. I was able to confirm that the folder was being deleted properly via the file explorers on my PC and my phone. After that, I restarted my phone, and ran Mupen FZ again.
It loaded into a black screen yet again. I checked the filesystem to confirm that the broken folder is back.

At this point I have a weird hypothesis. I noticed that the name of the folder shows up in my ADB shell as:
0.11 Dev LĒTHERS (U)
This contains some odd characters that are maybe causing some sort of conflict. Maybe Samsung phones don't play nice with weird characters, and this causes some sort of issue when Mupen tries to read it?

So here's my question, what's a good way to change the header/title of a n64 rom? If I can change the name to something else, so that Mupen reads it as a different game, and thus, creates a differently-named folder, maybe that will fix my issue?
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Support / Re: Transfer save states between N64 emulators
« Last post by Sobziiro on September 15, 2017, 12:38:33 AM »
Internal saves of the games (sra, fla etc) works but no the savestates transfered from Fz to Ae version
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Support / Re: Transfer save states between N64 emulators
« Last post by fzurita on September 14, 2017, 04:47:43 PM »
You should try the copying the contents of the SramData folder.
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Support / Re: FZ, Smash 19XX romhack, and Samsung Galaxy S8
« Last post by fzurita on September 14, 2017, 04:46:04 PM »
Have you tried rebooting your phone then deleting that folder?
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Support / Re: FZ, Smash 19XX romhack, and Samsung Galaxy S8
« Last post by ProfXavier on September 13, 2017, 10:31:08 PM »
Rebuilt the rom. Still no luck. Clearly my phone is doing something it shouldn't be, but what? I wish I knew what was happening.
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Support / Re: FZ, Smash 19XX romhack, and Samsung Galaxy S8
« Last post by ProfXavier on September 13, 2017, 10:24:43 PM »
Went back and made sure that profiles were selected other than Global Default. Still no luck here.
I keep going back to the GameData folder to see that there's a weird 0 byte file being made for the game. Normal file browsers, including the one on my PC, get errors when trying to open/delete it. SD Maid seems to be the only way to trash it. This is really weird.

I re-confirmed that other games are working. SM64, Smash 64, OoT, and a few random others seem to work as expected. I'm going to try to rebuild the 19xx rom, because at this point that's the only thing I can think of. Though as I mentioned before, I tried someone else's build of the rom and was getting the same error.
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Support / Re: Transfer save states between N64 emulators
« Last post by Sobziiro on September 13, 2017, 05:45:50 PM »
I did a test, try loading the save state from Fz version to AE version (I put it in the subfolder SlotSaves) but it did not work, it also does not load the automatic saves
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Support / Re: Transfer save states between N64 emulators
« Last post by fzurita on September 13, 2017, 01:48:42 PM »
Save states should be compatible, but they are just stored in different folders. The AE version stores everything in /sdcard/mupen64plus-ae. The FZ version stores everything in /sdcard/mupen64plus-fz/GameData/[Game name]
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