Make sure to save the dumps individually instead of overwriting them in the /dump/ folderHow should I go about hacking multiple consoles? My friends want me to do theirs.
Is everyone's kernel slightly different or does one size fit all?
Retroarch got an update fyi.
@ClusterM ClusterM released this 4 hours ago
Fixed bug causing exit on any button press
Install/update as usual:
Make sure that you are using hakchi2 version 2.20 or newer.
Download the retroarch_with_cores.zip.
Drag-and-drop it on hakchi2 window.
Press "OK" button and follow instructions.
Also you can install CloverApp.zip if you want to add RetroArch to menu."
When I added my games, it automatically added them to a new folder, but I wanted to see all of the games on the main screen. Can I force my new games to appear with the originals?
.3a) Optional, but recommended if you aren't doing too many games. Go to Settings, Pages/Folders Structure and pick Disable. ("Too many games" means 63 or more. SNES Mini crashes if you have that many)
I will give this a shot later, thanks.I'd suggest deleting the USB driver in Device Manager and reinstalling it when Hakchi2 prompts you to install it.
I used to have no end of USB issues on my last laptop, with it fucking with detecting my iPad. It would detect the iPad, but it wouldn't appear in iTunes etc. My fix each time was to do the above - delete the driver and reinstall.
I'll also try this, but I'm pretty sure I didn't have that module installed, but I'll try. Thanks.Disable the password module in hakchi.
How do you alter the ROMs that come with the SNES Classic? I wanna replace Final Fantasy 3 with its actual Title Final Fantasy 6
How can I alter art and stuff for the original 21 games?
You need to FTP into the machine and browse to /usr/share/games/. There you will find the preinstalled CLV-P-xxxxx games. Download those to your PC. (Make sure to set your FTP client to transfer only 1 file at a time, the SNES Mini really hates more than that)
Now copy those folders to hackchi's /snes_games/ folders where your custom games are.
Now restart hakchi and you will see they appear as custom games too alongside previous ones you added, so you will want to deselect the original 21. Now you have copies that you can work with, such as changing their box art and thumbnails.
No it uses SDD-1 to compress graphics which isn't supported, so RetroArch is your only option.
regarding Alpha 2 but this was a few days ago
If you want to use other game types then you need to install retroarch...Ive heard of other stuff being used but dont know how reliable it is. If you want to restore back to default you just select the uninstall option and it will revert back...Whats with all those Kernel things? Can I use other game types than SNES games? Of yes, what types?
And how can I restore my SNES mini to factory defaults?
Whats this do? And how did you get it working?
I have a US Mini and a Super Famicom Mini.
If I dump the US kernel and then flash it to the Super Famicom, will that turn this machine into the US version?
I assume no but thought Iwould ask.
Try it and let us know.
I don't know where to find my kernel dump, because hakchi just seems to live as an executable on it's own and not in a folder of it's own?