Alright so lets say i have a game on the wii that i downloaded to my SD micro Card and I downloaded the Nes Emulator on my HTC Hero. (yes ik you have to have and adapter for the wii and then the smaller memory card for the phone) But would I be able to play that game for NES (that i downloaded from the wii) on my HTC Hero?
I'm trying to buy the SNES emulator and after i enter my card info it come up with an error saying "a server error has occurred. retry, or cancel and return to the previous screen." do i have to do something else to get it to go through?
I'm new to the whole android experience as i use a moto Q that is completely inferior. That all changes June 4th and i want to have a sweet game or 2 on my Evo. I've seen these emu's for sega snes and nes and they look really really cool.
So I got the full version of snes emulator for my eris. Does anybody have any suggestions of any games that work well with this phone, since it doesn't have an actual keyboard? I have tried a couple and the controls are horrid. any help would be much appreciated!
I bought the SNES emulator from market on my moto Droid. I then went to romhustler and downloaded 3 games. I made a folder for them and put them on my phone. I then pull up the snes emu the hit load rom, then clicked on the folder with my 3 downloaded games in it and it says folder empty. what am I doing wrong? I went to astrofile thingy and hit the zipped files to extract but when it hit extract nothing happens. Can anyone help me out?
i recently bought an evo 4g ( great phone ! ) and i have been looking at the forums on how to properly get it to work. I downloaded the snesnoid lite and androzip. Then i downloaded the rom ( that i have ;p) off a couple of sites. Everytime i do download the rom, it ends up as a " .bin" file. Is this uncommon? im not sure as wheither it's the site or just a setting in my phone thats making it a bin file.
Everything sets up fine but when i try to run the SNES emulator with say Zelda, Resident Evil 2 etc. I get a red screen that stays either solid or fuzzes and the game never even starts up. I have tried different settings to no avail.
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...
I just got a droid about 3 weeks ago and just downloaded the Nes emu and a couple games on my phone i had to dl astro file manager i then downloaded SNes emu and tried to download a rom for it evrytime i click on the download button for the rom it brings up a screen with alot of numbers and letters in a random order and wont dl.. is there something different i need to be doing for SNes games?
Is it the software or the hardware that makes it impossible to play web-based games like The West? Regarding The West, I can manage to log in, but that is how far it goes. No other interactivity is possible. All I get is a pop-up window saying "please wait" when I try to play. The West is web-based game at the address The West Login: htchero Password: herohtc World: 10 Is there something I can download to make it work properly?
As you know if you have Donut or Galaxo roms on your I7500, you cant install some appsa and games like Hero of Sparta, Nova,Skype, etc. "Application could not be installed on this phone." alert appears.I installed Gaosp Nightly but it was not stable enough for daily use so I had to turn back to donut rom. (Lags, Force closes, etc. on Gaosp cause its still beta)Is there a way to install these games or apps on Donut rom?
Browsing around the net at work today for Bluetooth Game Controllers, I came across a Mini Bluetooth Keyboard HERE - it's also selling on Ebay. It claims to be compatible with Android, but as we're all learning Android on one phone isn't the same as Android on another.
I'm wondering two things really: 1) Anyone know if it is actually compatible with Android and moreso if it's compatible with HTC Incredible and 2) If it is compatible, once connected, can you use it in conjunction with Game Emulators (I have the popular one for GBA) so that I could use the buttons on there to play the games.
It's the perfect size for a game controller (too bad they don't also make one for that purpose) and would be much better than the touch screen controls which impede on the game.