Games :: Want To Start Installing More Applications Using Snesoid
Jul 8, 2010
I recently purchased a HTC Evo and want to start installing more applications. SNESoid and other emulators would be awsome to have on my phone I just dont know how to go about it. Is there a tutorial out there or maybe someone can explain it really good to me. Thanks in advance.
I have rooted my captivate, but don't know how to use it yet! I am still a newb to this! But I found and application called "tattachapkinstaller" where it lets you install apps from gmail. But the problem is when I tried to use the app it would say "install blocked: for security, your phone is set to block installation of application not sourced in android market". I thought rooting the phone will allow me to?
I'm very new to the android phone's (Just got my HTC hero three days ago.) and I was wondering, are there any good resident evil games for the htc Hero? I've seen some awesome one's on iphone and I used to have some fun Resi games on my old E71.
While I'm on the subject of gaming I have also downloaded the snesoid light and find the music and gaming a little sluggish. Is this just how it is or is there anything I can do to sort that? Would the full paid version work any better?
so i plugged my hdmi out into my evo and fired up ff2 on snesoid, ive tried this previously and got nothing, but today i got perfect sound out the tv, but the screen was still black. any word on when this will work or how? also any bluetooth snes controllers that work with evo?
okay a have a general idea of how to use an emulator. i have a list of games at my disposal. so when i find the game i want, i save it to a destination on my computer, then i mount my sd card through my phone, throw the game onto the sd card (anywhere) via my computer. then no matter if i unmount or stay mounted, ill run the emulator on my mytouch, search for where i put the game. click on it, then it will take me to a blank screen as if it wants to load the game. and since i have the free versions of these emulators i also see the ads at the bottom, so i know it didnt crash. it just isnt loading
Has anyone with an Evo 4G currently tried these game apps? I wanted to know how they run, and if the touch screen controls respond decently. Since the device has multi-touch I'm not to worried. These things running badly can be a deal breaker for me.
How do i get roms to work on the snesoid emulator? I downloaded the emulator on my droid without any problem but everytime i try to download a rom it says "unsuccessful download". I've also tried to download them onto my mac and drag them onto my phone but it still won't work. Tips?
Ive been trying the snesoid app on my galaxy and ive found that using the trackball option is the easiest way to play. But its really annoying that you keep running, on the galaxy we got a real d-pad so is there any way of making your character only run when you press left or right? and not KEEP running.
I've still got a bunch of SNES carts like Contra 3, Mario RPG, Smash TV, and others. I know I can get the ROMs online, but my question is more which SNES games, in your opinion, are best on a touchscreen like the incredible? I tried Contra 3, but it really is unplayable...
So I'm interested in possible getting back into some old games using the GameBoid, SNESoid, and NESoid emulators available through the market! My concern is that previously when I would download PC roms & emulators the source sites were always loaded with smut, malicious software, and other goodies you surely want on your computers. Is this an issue with Android Roms? Where do you find Android Roms, can we get a list of sites that members here have had good luck finding quality roms without hassle? pls avoid Torrents, cause I don't use that so it wont help.
Im new to the forum so if my issue has been mentioned before I apologies, but I cant find it. Ive downloaded Snesoid for my HTC Desire, the thing is, when I view demos on YouTube of Snesoid running it has the screen positioned to the right and the controller d-pad to the left. You will know what I mean if you go to this link. Code...
Snesoid seems to solely rely on save state files and not on actual battery saves used on the original cartridges (.sav) files. These are also smaller in file size and using these instead of savestates makes it feel more like playing an SNES (not being able to use savestates) but relying on the games own way of saving your progress. These .srm battery saves are easy to find so it's much easier to load up my Super Mario Kart with special courses unlocked
Gameboid for GBA games uses the actual battery pack saves, .sav files...
So why isn't snesoid able to do this or am I doing something wrong? I use the Motorola Droid.
I hope you guys can implement that in the next android updates. It is really cool that all the applications are free, but the G1 phone doesn't have a lot of on board memory, so please implement the feature to install applications on the SD Card. That is the only comment I have. A lot of people are Jailbreaking their phones just so they can get to that feature. Please consider it. Thank you. One more thing-If you can make it possible to save the browser cache data on the SD card as well will be awesome.
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I understand there are two ways to distribute one's apps: 1) through the Market and 2) directly to the user. Now that my app is in beta, I would like to give it to a few of my users to test. But how? What I read on the web talks about installing SDKs, tweaking with many options and using an auxiliary app; I deem these to be well beyond the ability or patience of my users. Is there an easier way? What's the EASIEST?
It would be best if the user can simply navigate to the link and download it using their android phone. Is this possible? I am trying to figure out how to instruct my users to download and install it painlessly. (taking the SD card out for intermediate installation is not painless and is prohibitively intimidating). this is a keyboard that you need to invoke, twice, after you install it. Once through Settings> Languages and Keyboards, and the second time through tapping and holding on the text field and selecting. Oh and it's called MessagEase-beta
I just got an Android phone on Sunday and I'm still learning what I'm doing. I found a thread on here for the Android Network Awards, and all of the apps have a 2-D barcode next to them. Clicking on it invokes a "market" protocol. I'm guessing that there may be some way for me to scan this barcode from my phone and install the app. Is that right? Presumably, I could also browse to the page from my phone and click on the "market://..." links, but scanning a barcode to install an app is just cool.
Can someone please tell me how to install apps directly onto the microSD card? Even brand new the HTC Desire seems to only have 100MB to download and install applications on so I find it much more sense being able to store and install them on a 32GB microSD card. My internal memory is full now and I barely have any apps installed on it yet have about 900 applications I can install so I at least want to put more on!
As a soon to be former BB user (and hopeful Android newbie), I know the limitations of decreased On Board Memory (I'm not talking about RAM but rather the memory that apps are stored on). I notice some phones have as much as 8 GB and some high end phones only coming with 2 GB (and after the OS and bloat is installed it gets reduced to 300-400 MB). Is this a concern with an android device. I understand that phones can be rooted and bloat ware removed, but taking that out of the equation, should I be concerned with buying a phone with just 2 GB of On Board memory for apps?
This morning I installed the newest android update (4.2.2) on my Samsung Galaxy SII+. The first notifications that I got after the installation where Google+ has crashed and Skype has crashe. That two apps are fixed by deleting and installing again, but many of my apps (the most are games) won't start anymore. I know that I can fix it with deleting and installing again, but with some apps I was very buzy and then I'll lose all my progres. As example with head soccer it took me 5 days to get a special country. How to make my apps working without losing progress? I can also wait on further updates for the games but Head Soccer was just update 1 week ago and it'll take a long time before the new update will come.
Scenario: I turn my phone on and multiple applications are running in the background. I run Advanced Task Killer and close all applications in the background. I respond to a text message and all of a sudden FRING and QIK are running again? Why? Can settings be adjusted manually or do I need to Force Stop in Settings - Applications every time I turn on the phone?
In my application i want to create a shortcut (a button), to another application but i want the user to be able to select which application he wants... So how do i access a list of all the installed applications and how do i create an intent to start any one of those applications ?
Couple of really big issues here that SHOULD be no brainers! But, they aren't. Anyone know what the EXACT name of an application installer on the Market that allows me to install appliations from the memory card? I've been looking for a few weeks now. A search for application installers that allow me to install a .apk file from the memory card turn up mentions about "Apps Installer" and "Application Installer", but I can't find anything with that name in the Android Market. Partial name searches like "Installer" turn up NO results. (That's not very "Google Like", now isn't it? The Android Market website, BTW doesn't allow you to search? Is that right? You can only search the Android Market from the phone? I can understand not allowing us to DOWNLOAD from the market to our PC, but not search so I can find the appliation name I want? Richard Schilling Root Wireless