Lamensis wrote:same here, disabling frameskip fixes it.
Edit:I fixed this on my phone by switching to the SCPH7502 BIOS.
tried that. didnt help.
gamesmaster wrote:hi, i've got a fairly simple problem, (atleast i think its simple) I'm running a Nexus one and after labourous hours trying to get my FFVII rom to work, i finally got there.
The problem is when i touch the bottom left of the screen where the 'right' and 'up' buttons are specifically, whilst holding x to run, it opens up he FFVII menu/inventory screen. I've moved the D-pad to the top left to avoid that area of teh screen which is a compromise at the moment but if i touch the bottom left whilst touching the 'x' button, i get put into the FF 'menu' screen
Tatsumaki Senpūkyaku wrote:I don't think the hardware is a problem. Problems arise once you try to use something for something it was never intended to.
Try the pads from my corner which i made for hd2's, if you care.
Since working against Autoalignment leads to bigger problems like Axis Inversion, why not use it for your own benefit, right.
Once you understand what's laying underneath, you get a better understanding on how to use the overlay.
I dont have a nexus one, so i can't promise much.
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