I am having trouble with a known bug in Pocketsnes (the default SNES emulator) and I would like to swap it out for another emulator but I’m not having any luck. I got as far as installing a new emulator and using # to comment out the Pocketsnes emulator in the es_systems.cfg file, but still when I launch any SNES games it comes up in Pocketsnes.
Can anyone provide a link to, or a tutorial for switching emulators?
I’m using a Raspberry Pi 2 with the current disk image for it, 2.5 I think.
When using a Rpi2 yes, totally. Better audio, better cpu emulation (not 100% perfect), sfx games work overclocked via core configuration (yoshi’s island performance increased). I dont have a Pi 2 right now but I’m really convinced to buy one just for the sake of this snes emulator.
Is the github source for snes9x-next any newer than the one compiled by the retropie setup script? Without searching I went ahead and compiled snes9x-next from source and tried to update my es_systems.cfg to point to the new emulator but I’m having problems getting it started. Does the retropie setup script change any other config files besides es_systems.cfg?