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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by lupend88, Aug 9, 2010.
I can't figure it out, is there a way to do it? If so, can someone post a link/video?
The app is called "gpSPhone" on Cydia. Buy it, then load .rom files (games; google it) using iPhone explorer or equivalent computer application
does it work for iphone 4?
Yes, it works perfect.
it doesnt work dude, the gpS source wont work
You also need to place the gba_bios.bin file in the same folder as the same folder as the ROMs in order to get it to work. I got it working on my iP4 today actually. You can google gba_bios.bin and then SSH it into the GBA folder.
im somewhat new to this jailbreak but im learning quickly. do you think you could explain it a little simpler? or maybe post a video of them explaining it if you can please?
You have to download OpenSSH from Cydia and WinSCP(Windows)/Cyberduck(Mac) onto your computer. You input your WiFi IP, username: root, password: alpine.
Open up var/mobile/ROMs/GBA and drop in your ROMs and the gba_bios.bin into that folder.
Man, if only it had wiimote support...
I have used open ssh for custom sms tones successfully. So does this mean I dont need to download gpSphone? I have the gba_bios.bin. All I need to do is download ROMs from the internet?
No, you need gpshone to actually play the roms The lack of wiimote support blows, but at least snes4iphone has it.
is that why when i go to var/mobile there is no ROM/GBA folders? If i buy gpSphone those folders will be there?
what about nes emulator for iphone4???
also, since i have never used ROMs before, can a ROM be in a .zip? will it work if i drag the .zip in the ROM/GBA folder?
Damn now for you to play those freaking games u gotta be a pro. How about for us that r not that into ssh I hate using that. There's no simple way as b4?
Download gpSPhone then get the Roms from google n that's it? Why not is so hard and difficult
SSH is the easiest thing in the world. I was confused as well, but got a basic understanding of it within a few minutes. Get the emulator from Cydia. Right now they have NES, SNES, GB, GBA, PSX,N64, Arcade and Genesis emulators as far as I know, though the Genesis one is broken. All the emulators, except for the GBA one, come with everything needed to play ROMS. You need to download a BIOS file for the GBA emulator once you downloaded gpsphone. Drag the Bios into var/mobile/media/ROMS/GBA. After that, go download ROMS, which can be found anywhere. Once downloaded, just drag the ROM into var/mobile/media/ROMS/GBA and you are set.
What are you exactly asking? The name of it is called nes4iphone if that's what you are wondering.
anybody know whats a good N64 emulator that will work on the iPhone4?
I'm dyin to play some mario64! lol