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PCSX ReARMed for GameShell

Pcsx ReARMed for GameShell

Download:
See https://github.com/cuu/Pcsx
or https://github.com/gs0211/PCSXR


build PPSSPP

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@goo, Thanks for your excellent work! 谢谢你的分享!
Is it possible to also provide English translations? 能不能也同时提供英文的文档?

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cool ,I was just thinking about to run Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on GS

please could u tell me where to put the bios.cannot find the folder

I reuploaded the PCSX file here just in case Baidu is too slow for some people.

MD5: 8645f1ee773dc35375d6e3773a540ad8

@icebergsong Currently trying to figure that out, I’ll edit this post when/if I find it.

Context: The Baidu link that was in the OP can still be accessed in previous revisions of the post.

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how does it work ? where i copy files ?

Home/cpi/. Config/retroarch /cores

ok, just forget to do chmod on pcsx file

PCSX ReARMed was a revelation when it originally came out for the Pandora.

It features an ARM NEON GPU, which for the Pandora, allowed amazing performance.

I’m wicked happy to see it here as well!

A bit lost here… is this a Stand alone Version? RetroArch Core? More information would be awesome.

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a stand alone version

Download the core and drop it in the core folder in your GS, then run it in retroarch

Cant figure out how to install after downloading “PCSXR-Master” folder. Any help would be appreciated!

It is a stand alone version, the repo contains a binary as well as a logo and shell script for the launcher.

Install with

cd ~/apps/launcher/Menu/GameShell
git clone https://github.com/cuu/Pcsx.git

You’ll still need a BIOS file though:

mkdir -p ~/apps/launcher/Menu/GameShell/Pcsx/bios

Transfer scph1001.bin bios file to that folder, restart the launcher and you’re done.

To update the binary in case the repo gets updated, do this:

cd ~/apps/launcher/Menu/GameShell/Pcsx
git pull

When starting the emulator for the first time, you’ll want to configure the controls from the emulator menu because they aren’t setup properly yet.

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Thanks man. Super helpful. Runs really well!

Hopefully there is some sort of
Volume control inplemented

How do i find that bios file? how can i get it to transfer it?

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It work! :smiley:

Anyone know where the .srm saves are stored? (if they are .srm)

Wanna transfer my FF7 file from retropie over, if I can haha

same this is where im at aswell where is this Bios file located/what command should i run to get the transfer to take place

I found the Bios File in question Jay!

i guess i cant link it in here tho jay so PM me and i can forward you the DL link if youd like!

now as far as transferring it over i managed to do it in a very roundabout way let me know if you’d like an explanation of how i did it if you cannot figure it out in a more simplistic way! I only hesitate to explain now because i know i didnt do it in the simplest way because quite simply im very new to this!

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