This is the best GBA emulator there is, and it works 100%.
Download from HERE and drag the .so file into “/home/cpi/apps/emulators” and into “/home/cpi/.config/retroarch/cores”
You will need to google the GBA BIOS file, I can’t link it. Once acquired, make sure it is in your system directory (set the directory in Retroarch)
The emu WILL NOT FUNCTION without the bios in the right folder.
Also, the pcsx core works just as well as the Standalone included with the unit, but the “.so” file blends into the OS smoother, so I recommend using that. It’s much more cohesive.
Hello, so I just received my GS and have been testing it with the emulators that came with it and the ones available through retroarch. I am not sure what makes these different from the ones available through retroarch or from the retroarch build bot (http://buildbot.libretro.com/nightly/linux/armv7-neon-hf/latest/). Can you explain the difference? Thanks.
@Micro007: do you know the magic behind your gPSP build, that is what flags were set when compiling that makes your version perform better on the GameShell than the build that can be downloaded via the retroarch core browser. (I assume these are builds for the Raspberry Pi?)