I'm not 100% sure how I did it, but I unknowingly am playing a PSone game on my (SGH-T989) Samsung Galaxy S 2! I read the FPse how to guide and tried my best to piece together the instructions for myself. I have no idea what an ISO is other than it is something that converts a CD into an image I think.
All I can say is that I bought and paid for the FPse app from the Android Market and I have Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter saved as .mdf and scph1001.bin both saved in the same folder that I titled "FPse."
When I click on the game title, a prompt pops up that says "HLE mode enabled, no bios set," and then the game appears! Functioning sound and all!
You may ask "Then why the thread?" Answer: Because I have a few questions.
#1- Do I have those 2 files saved correctly and are they in the correct location?
#2- What exactly is an ISO and how can I check if my computer has it? How do I use it? I remember using some sort of app on my computer, but I am not sure if I did things the way mentioned in the how to guide.
#3- What is pocket ISO and will it work on the Galaxy S2?
#4- Why is it that the portrait view of my andriod device shows the L1, L2, R1, R2, START, and SELECT buttons along with the standard digital d-pad and other buttons, but when I put my device in Landscape view, the L1/L2, R1/R2, START/SELECT buttons go away?
#5- Is it possible to customize the layout of the control buttons? If so, how do I do that?
I know I will have more questions in the future but that's all I can think of for now. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,