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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by shutterbug2000, Jun 9, 2016.
Is this still being worked on?
No, it'd be stupid anyways. DeSmuME is a bad emulator from the start, and emulating the DS on the 3DS is a bad idea too.
Let me correct you. DeSmuMe is the best Emulator for Nintendo DS out there. Sure the Nintendo 3DS is underpowered, so it can't run a DeSmuMe port. Also, I am least concerned about this after hearing the end of development. Besides, TWLoader and nds-bootstrap are already doing pretty good. They achieved running NDS ROMs on TWL_FIRM and that's big.
actually melonDS is going to be the best ds emu once it's finished.
No. DeSmuME is a very bad emulator, inaccurate on many points, and with a lead developper who prefers putting hacky patches rather than correctly emulating the system. In less than a year, melonDS managed to get more accurate than DeSmuME on a lot of points.
A slight explanation: The lead dev, zeromus, is actively against attempting to fix the emulator for the Pokemon games (because he hates the amount of complainers that spring up from the games not working and blocking any attempts for that... works? no it doesnt hes stupid) and actively sabotages any attempt at implementing multiplayer functionality (I think he even set back melonDS or whatever its called on it's own work back when the dev was still part of the DeSMuME mod team).
Where do I place game.nds?
In the SD card root.
This emulator doesn't really work well, and runs games very slowly, so I don't really recommend this.
Please use TWLoader instead, as it runs DS games on the SD card natively in NTR/TWL mode through nds-bootstrap, and support for more games are being added. Games on flashcard can also be ran, for higher compatibility.
I have place the game in the root of the sd, but desmume says: No such file or directory
(I am using the cia version of desmume)
I want play dqmj, that isn't supported by twloader, so I have to use desmume, I have place the game in the sd card root, but desmuse doesn't recognize it...
3DeSmuME may not work depending on you firmware, iirc. Make sure it's named "game.nds".
If that doesn't work, wait for TWLoader to support it.
Okay, thank you very much.
I placed the sd card root and it still said not found..?
See if this helps
Also, dont use this. Use twloader. You will be disappointed.
why would you even need a dynarec when it's original ds hard ware
The hardware is emulated in this emulator, though, so DynaRec is to give a bit of speed boost.
but why would you emulate it wait so is there no original ds hardware in the 3ds? and why do we need an emulator when original carts work
The CPUs exist but they can't be used like that unless you enter DS mode. This emulator is a 3DS-mode app so it has to emulate everything.