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NRO2NSP Tutorial (Directly launch emulated games)

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Can anyone supply me prod.keys and title.keys i dont want to have to update to get them

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What do you mean?
What version is your console running of Firmware and CFW?


 

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Donde y como descargo juegos para switch y  meterlos por tarjeta sd a la nintendo para una carpeta que se llama goldleaf me dijeron que buscara en nsp... estoy más perdida que to.. ayuda por fa

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When I converted a PSP game with 1.7 GB , the results was NSP file with 600 KB  only ? what's that mean

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18 hours ago, Lordmax said:

When I converted a PSP game with 1.7 GB , the results was NSP file with 600 KB  only ? what's that mean

The NSP size is going to be small it's not the actual game. The NSP is launching Retroarch > PPSSPP > Your game 
without you having to do anything, but click NSP

19 hours ago, Yorrova said:

Donde y como descargo juegos para switch y  meterlos por tarjeta sd a la nintendo para una carpeta que se llama goldleaf me dijeron que buscara en nsp... estoy más perdida que to.. ayuda por fa

I'm not quite sure what you're saying 
If you're asking where to download a game?
Open up google
PPSSPP, PSX search "Name of game iso download"
Most of rest just search "Name of game rom" 

I don't think I'm allowed to link other sites sorry 

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Gives me an error: File copying failed, make sure the file missing is int the "Resources" next to the Application

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