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7th March 2014, 08:23 PM   |  #1  
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I'm using drastic ds emulator and I'm wondering what the best setting are for battery life, I understand that battery life is never going to be great but what is the best way to stop it dropping by 10% every 10mins. I can't play pokemon for very long haha

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8th March 2014, 01:52 AM   |  #2  
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you won't be able to play any games especially with this emulator that long...this emulator needs really MUCH power/performance ...so if you want to save more battery you will loose performance and the games will run really really bad...so there is no way to save more battery at keeping same performance....
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Are there any other which are better for battery and performance. Although I assume the answer is no

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Are there any other which are better for battery and performance. Although I assume the answer is no

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Nothing better as this emulator...get a powerful with big battery tablet or phone and you won't have those problems...

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Nothing better as this emulator...get a powerful with big battery tablet or phone and you won't have those problems...

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you can underclock it a bit, its a worth a try
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you can underclock it a bit, its a worth a try

Under clock means less performance and not always prevent the heat...especially Nintendo DS emulator needs a more powerful phone with bigger battery

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