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Default [APP] nds4droid

Note: I am not the developer of this app.

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nds4droid is the first Nintendo DS emulator for high-end Android phones (1ghz+ recommended).

REQUIRES A HIGH END ANDROID DEVICE (such as Nexus S, Galaxy S). If the framerate is slow, it's because your phone is not smart enough. This is a very heavy emulator!

Current features:

- On-screen interface
- ROM loading
- Save states
- APP to SD

DUE TO PERFORMANCE REASONS SOUND IS CURRENTLY DISABLED (would crack). Sound will be enabled for certain devices in the near future.

This emulator it's far from perfect and will be getting a lot of updates over the next couple of weeks/months. Please know this when you purchase.

Please send any feedback/comments to ikaridev@gmail.com - I appreciate it!




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My Evo has a pretty high IQ, thank you very much.

HTC Evo 4G -> HTC Evo 3D/Nexus S 4G -> Galaxy S II -> iPhone 4S -> Galaxy S II -> Galaxy Nexus -> Galaxy S3 i9300 -> Galaxy Note 2 i317 -> Galaxy Note 2 T889


 
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My Evo has a pretty high IQ, thank you very much.
LOL! that is funny, that's not what it ment. hehehehe
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I think it's too pricy for a beta

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ill have to try this out for sure when i get paid! $10 is kinda pricey tho
 
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From what I've read, this is so early in beta it should almost be considered alpha.

I've tried running Pokemon Diamond on my Dinc running IncROM 1.5beta2 and no luck. Currently flashing a backup of CM7 Nightly 32 to see if it can do any better.

EDIT: CM7 Nightly 32 also doesn't run Pokemon Diamond. Updating to Nightly 34, although performance is unlikely to change.

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Does Pokemon Heart Gold work on this emulator? Either way, I'll buy this once it gets updated to a more stable version.
 
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Can it be installed HTC G2?
 
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Yes, but wait for the app to be update coa right now its very slow and buggy.

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I'll be amazed if this lasts longer than the N64 emu.

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