For anyone using an LG V20, go into the phone's "game battery saver" and turn it on, then go into "optimization by game" and set the resolution for NES.Emu to "normal." After that, open the app and set the frame rate to detect whatever your screen is. Set the skip late frames to "On." Set GPU Copy Mode to "standard." If you're using a Bluetooth controller, turn off mobile data and Wi-Fi or else you'll get input delay. Enjoy!
I love the .Emu series, I'm however getting choppy scrolling (random) no matter what settings, when playing on nexus player and nvidia shield, apart from this which I'm sure will be fixed with an update. Best emulator out there for andriod Update: New version seems to of fixed a lot of the issues, I find 2x prescale and gpu copy mode to surface, looks great on the Shield tv
As always, Robert Broglia made the very best emulators. Try the others platforms too and see for yourself (the SNES emu are free, I recommend try this first). However, I wish someday we'll be able to access saves and ROMs directly through a cloud service (Google Drive, Dropbox, whatever). I have too many android emulator devices and it's annoying transfer files between them.
What the hell happened to the sound? On my Galaxy Note 4, running Marshmallow, the sound skips every 7 seconds or so. I have almost all of the other .Emus installed on the same phone, and the sound is fine on those. My sound settings for NES.Emu are the default ones, and again same as the other .Emus on the same phone. This is an unfortunate blot on what has generally been a spotless track record for the excellent .Emu emulators. Please fix this ASAP.
Typical Robertos emu working, only GUI could be nicer.. Its annoying that forward key is by default on trigger button and its not in gamepad key setup screen, but somewhere hells in wall of text, menu categories are a bit cumbersome and misleading..
love it, I have a 16gb Nvidia Shield Tv, and I love the fact that my roms can be loaded off of my thumb drive. I find that its not only easier to load games of external memory, but also frees up a lot of space on internal hard drive.,