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[EMU] N64oid touchpad support ICS (working)

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Is N64oid faster than Mupen64Plus AE for Zelda OOT?
Much faster. and less glitches. I prefer the controls on mupen and used to like the fact it was on market so easy to update. But now this works i would rather this just because of the compatibility with games working and the fact he has had time to iron out most issues. Paul's Mupen is still in beta but this is not.

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the only thing stopping me to get this is that it requires ICS, and all we got is an official beta, right? Dunno... I think it might hurt responsiveness, stability and functionality :\
 
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the only thing stopping me to get this is that it requires ICS, and all we got is an official beta, right? Dunno... I think it might hurt responsiveness, stability and functionality :\
It only needs ICS for the touchpads. Before Mupen came along we just used the hardware buttons. Also have had no problems yet on the beta with responsiveness, stability and functionality, It works fine.

 
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Of course I meant the touchpads, I would never play N64 without analog controls :P

I read about bad battery life and stuff like that, but I'll consider the ICS beta... I was actually waiting for sony to release it, but whatever. Also FPSE supports touchpads on ICS, so thats some soul reaver goodness right there.
 
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How did you get Soul Reaver to work full speed? It skips around for me. Does ICS help optimize it somehow more or something? I'll play it on my Dreamcast for now. lol
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I was just saying that ICS means soul reaver with analogs, thats it. On gingerbread it pretty much runs full speed for me, but the lack of analogs kills it.
 
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well, ive got an arc on ics 4.0 with software rendering enabled, and ive got to say it runs pretty slow, and about the hardware buttons on play, doesnt n64oid comes with an option to add hardware buttons?

edit: tried 2.7 version from another webpage and works awesomely, im not sure if it has the same options as this one thought.
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Too bad he wont give us the updated version if we bought it off google back in the day.. unless hes changed something?

Also That SAM program.. does it have to stay installed after you get the n64 app?
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is there a way to adjust the sensivity from touchpads?

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