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Monday 25th of June 2012 / androidforum.com
Hello, I am new to android development and need some help creating a sound testboard, to my knowledge my code should be perfect and work but when I run it in the emulator or on my tablet the sound doesnt work. If anyone can help would really appreciate it. Below is my code:package your.test.namespace;import android.app.Activity;import android.media.MediaPlayer;import android.os.Bundle;import android.view.View;import android.view.View.OnClickListener;import android.widget.Button;import android.widget.LinearLayout;public class TestsoundboardActivity extends Activity implements OnClickListener{ Button bPlay; Button bPause; MediaPlayer mpAudio @Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.main); LinearLayout layout = new LinearLayout(this); Button bPlay = new Button(this); bPlay.setText("Play"); bPlay.setOnClickListener(this); Button bPause = new Button(this); bPause.setText("Pause"); bPause.setOnClickListener(this); layout.addView(bPlay); layout.addView(bPause); setContentView(layout)
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WTB an Unlocked (GSM/CDMA) with good Music player (sound quality) & good gaming. (Xperia Play Y/N?)


Wednesday 18th of April 2012 / androidforums.com
/titleBasically I want to buy an unlocked android phone (I'm living in asia right now, but going back to the states soon for break, so figuring out what to order on amazon). Budget is probably no more than ~300 USDI've owned an android before, a Droid X, and it had served me well, it was fast for it's time, and did a good job with alot of things, and the option of roms available was just plethoric, which was really nice, but that doesn't work in asia (shanghai, cn), as it's locked to verizon cdmaHowever, I'm thinking of getting another working android.What I want the most in my android is-Good music, sound quality. I really wanna replace my iPod touch, as I don't like carrying around 2 devices (a phone and an mp3), but damnit, all the android music players and sound quality I know are serviceable and the iPod just does that better, and I am trying to find something to replace it. -Gaming, so I want a powerful phone. But I dont NEED that much of a powerful phone either, I'm not that into the casual and superficial games in the market, I'm an emulator person, as long as the phone can e
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Crash Bandicoot PS1, NO Sound!


Monday 01st of October 2012 / androidtablets.net
Tablet Asus transformer tf300tgAndroid 4.0.3 ICSJust purchase from google play "FPse for android" emulator cause i would like to play some old play station games, PS1 was the only console that i ever own back so many years ago and i still have it with its games.I copy to my sd external card the 3 Crash Bandicoot titles for PS1 all USA version, i did the iso so i extract the bin extension, ,download USA bios as "FPse for android" recomends, copy the bios in the same folder with roms and try to play.Games can be played well, no problem about speed, etc, only the sound is missing, NO SOUND AT ALL, same matter with all 3 games!!!! As soon as i lunch the game, for a second or so i hear game sound then it stops, i hear sound then it suddenly stops after one second as "something" stop, turn off the sound, hope i can make you understand by my poor written english.Can you give me some advise please in order to solve the matter?Thank a lot!
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Help with Playstation Emulator (Sound Stuttering)


Tuesday 10th of May 2011 / androidforums.com
Hey guys. I just got my first Android device, a Motorola ATRIX 4G. It's a nice change from my iPhone. I love it so far but I'm having a problem. I'm getting sound stuttering in a lot of Playstation games. I'm using FPse. If I play with the video settings it speeds up and slows down the sound stuttering but I can't get it right.Any tips?This seems to be the only PSX emulator on the market. Should I try a different one? How can I get another one on my phone that's not in the market?Thanks for your help.
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GBCoid (GBC emulator): Amazing time waster!


Monday 07th of June 2010 / androidforums.com
Have you ever wanted to play Pokemon on your Android phone? Do you not get your Mario fix enough? Do I sound like an infomercial? Basically GBC emulator allows you to play downloaded Roms onto your phone. So if you want to play Mario Tennis (which I did) on your phone, its just a download away. I did see some people leaving one and two star reviews because they couldn't find Roms. I have the solution to that, download Rom Buddy! It's basically an app that searches a HUGE Rom database and allows you to one touch download. BAM! Another thing you might want to download with this is ASTRO File Manager. This app does exactly what it says it does.....manages the files on your SD card. ASTRO really comes in handy when you want to manage all of the Roms that you have. The coolest thing about this app is the customization. You can change anything ranging from the button size to the movement sensitivity. Another thing that straight up pwns is the save feature. Just press the menu button on your android phone and you will see a save feature. This will allow you to save the exact screen that you
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Can it be ported/emulated?


Monday 02nd of August 2010 / androidforums.com
I just thought of a few things I've yet to see but would love to see ported or emulated.This one might sound odd since it was a flop overall... but an N-Gage emulator (yeah, that N-Gage, the crappy phone that wanted to be a handheld game system). I know there are N-Gage emulators out there for the PC.The one reason I'd want to see this is for the Elder Scrolls Travels game Shadowkey. I got a thing for the Elder Scrolls series and never could play that game since it was only on the N-Gage. I'm eagerly awaiting a stable version of DOSbox for android so I can try and load up Elder Scrolls: Arena, and maybe even Daggerfall.The other two that got me wondering, again ES games, are Stormhold and Dawnstar. They're java-based phone games. They were made for non-smart phones, and I honestly have no clue if they could be ported or not.Finally one I thought would be cool to see on my phone after finding the old manual for it... is Myst. I honestly can't remember if it's DOS based or not (if it is then guess waiting for aDOSbox would be best) and wikipedia doesn't mention DOS on the Myst page. Th
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Party Like It's 1996: Nintendo 64 Emulator Released In The Android Market


Sunday 03rd of March 2013 / androidpolice.com
Download N64oidMaybe you can think twice about picking up that new Nintendo 3DS: over a year since development began, the first official release of N64oid, which lets you play classic Nintendo 64 titles on your Android device, is now available in the Market. This is the latest offering from yongzh, the developer behind NESoid, SNESoid, and several other highly-rated emulators for Android.While emulators for pre-mid-1990s' consoles are commonplace on a variety of mobile devices, the generation that featured N64 and the first Sony Playstation took a huge leap in terms of performance, so developing working emulators for titles from those machines takes considerably more time and commitment from talented developers. N64oid was available previously in beta status, but many games were not yet fully working and the sound was often off. We fully expect N64 to improve in time, but it looks like most games work now with a very solid framerate.If you want to play oldies like Super Mario 64, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, or Goldeneye, you will need to have corresponding ROMs (you must own a
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Gensoid: Emulating Sega Genesis


Friday 05th of June 2009 / phandroid.com
The people (or person?) who brought us Nesoid, yongzh, has done it again with Gensoid. Gensoid brings all of your childhood memories of the Sega Genesis to your Android phone just like Nesoid did. This application is going to set you back a mere $2.99 for the full, unrestricted version.Game play on Gensoid is very smooth, with very little lag. The sound is slightly distorted, but arguably a huge improvement over Nesoid. Another worry is trying to navigate the six available action buttons for your right thumb, as opposed to a much more manageable two on the NES. My fat thumbs may not be able to handle the pressure.So head on over to the Market, courtesy of our QR code located at the bottom, and prepare yourself for additional hours of battery life wasted and carpal tunnel of the thumbs, as you re-battle your old foes of Streets of Rage, Shinobi, and Golden Axe! At one point there was a lite version made available to demo the emulator. However I can’t seem to find it on the Market or Cyrket, can anyone help out? Was it pulled?And as always, remember: Developing, purchasing, downl
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Sound Recorder, Spare Parts, Updated Superuser apps


Thursday 02nd of September 2010 / androidforums.com
I did not create or modify any of these apps.Spare PartsThis was taken out of Bugless Beast by Peter Alfonso it has more options than the one in the Market and no ads.Sound RecorderThis is the sound recorder app that is built into Android. Pete has modified it to show up in the app tray.How to Use:After you record you can play it to hear it and either select use or discard. If you select use it will save to the root of your SD card. Just rename the file extension to .mp4 and you will be able to listen to it. I guess you can't go back and hear it through the app.Superuser.apk (2.3.5)The one in the Droid2Root is an old version. ChainsDD updated it and This is how you install the new version from the market. (if downloading in market is unsuccessful)How to Install All 3 apps.1. Download SoundRecorder.apk and SpareParts.apk and save them to the root of your SD Card. (don't put in any folders).2. Install Android Terminal Emulator by Jack Palevich (if you don't already have it)3. Open Terminal emulator and type this. (the $ and # are not typed. They are the prompts in the command emulator)
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Bad emulator performance with SNES9x EX, RetroArch etc.


Tuesday 09th of July 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi guys, this is my very first post here on AndroidCentral. So I recently got my HTC One, currently updated with Android 2.2. I'm a retro gaming geek, so one of the reasons I just swapped my iPhone 5 for a HTC One, is because I can run emulators without jailbreaking/rooting. Anyways, I have installed both Snes9x EX and RetroArch, but both emulators really suffer in every game. I'm not even trying to play SuperFX games (like Star Fox), but "simple-to-emulate" games like Super Turrican, Metroid, Super Mario World etc. In Snes9x EX the scrolling just isn't smooth and the sound occasionally skips. In RetroArch the scrolling is smooth, but I get occasional slowdowns with sound stuttering and frame drops. I am only using NTSC (60hz) ROMs of course. I've had several Android phones in the past and I seem to remember they could handle SNES emulation a lot better than this. Besides, the HTC One should be more than powerful enough for emulating both NES and (most) SNES games at 100% full speed. It seems to me, especially noticeable in RetroArch, that there's one, or more, background
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