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A retro game console for the Raspberry Pi.

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During the startup of your rom, have keyboard attached and press the X key. Navigate the menu and try another emulator. Some emulators work better then others for specific games. You don't have the c …
answered Jan 6 '16 by Havnar
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SSH into the machine and navigate to the roms dir at /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/snes/ and verify if the files are there. If not, scp them in. From a windows machine, best use a tool like winscp for …
answered Jan 6 '16 by Havnar
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There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your setup. The filesystem is expanded. If you want to transfer roms do it using the preinstalled SMB connection or the preconfigured USB key transfer met …
answered Feb 1 '16 by Havnar
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Currently I have installed retropie on my pi2. It serves as my retro gaming device over blutooth with my ps3 controllers. However I have also installed Kodi via retropi and find myself using it for … kodi more than for gaming. I'm contemplating of flashing OSMC over the retropie install and using the RCB / Kodi game emulator addon for infrequent gaming. Has anyone used both? I don't have much …
asked Apr 26 '16 by Havnar
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It seems like the dual/triple boot option using noobs isn't working properly for me (SD-Card issue???) I wiped my OSMC kodi install from my SD card and installed Retropie 3.3. From there I use the … pretty straight-forward in RetroPie. This saves me the hassle of switching OS's every time. Now all I need to do is check is if my ps3 controllers can be configured to control Kodi. UPDATE In the …
answered Jan 4 '16 by Havnar
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plug in some usb dongle to host roms anyway. https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=115562 http://blog.petrockblock.com/forums/topic … /retropie-multi-boot-images/ http://embedded-software-architecture.com/?page_id=147 So in short: what is the best approach for running emulators on the same device that would be used as a kodi …
asked Dec 29 '15 by Havnar
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was tested with CTR crash team racing rom (PSX) EDIT: Similar results with NFS both have about the same transfer speed of max 5MB/s "download" to the retropie EDIT2: No issues with "Metal Gear" and …
answered Jan 6 '16 by Havnar
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I have a retropie set up attached to my TV, which I use for both streaming (kodi) and light gaming, as of recent. I'm still setting the whole thing up a the time. Since SNES and GBA roms aren't that …
asked Jan 5 '16 by Havnar
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This weekend I wanted to stream my monitor to Kodi, mainly to have somebody watch me play a game on a TV without having to sit awkwardly next to me. My setup is a PI2 "Retropie" (wheezy) install …
asked Feb 8 '16 by Havnar