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    Shuridiname
    By Shuridiname,
    In a few time, i´m gonna umpload some Nintendo Games

    [WII U TUTORIAL] Wii U USB Helper Go on macOS / OS X Installation guide (PICS)

    Nigleet
    By Nigleet,
    Runs very stable. You should find that this is a solid alternative to other download methods.   1. Download the Wii U USB Helper Go .APK (android package). Hidden Content  https://www.wiiuusbhelper.com  2. Inside the 'Documents' folder (Must be in documents due to Bluestacks) create a new folder called 'Wii U USB Helper' or something of your choosing. 3. Put the .apk file you downloaded into this new folder your created. 4. Download and install Bluestacks (an android emulator for Mac/PC) Hidden Content  http://www.bluestacks.com  5. Once installed it will look like this (***NOTE*** It may say that it cannot connect to the internet, just give it a minute or so): 6. Click on search in the top left and type in 'File explorer' and hit search. 7. This will lead you to the 'One time setup'. Click continue. 8. You will be prompted to log into or create a google account at this point. Proceed as instructed on screen. 9. Once you have logged in, you will see the 'one time setup' again. Click 'Continue'. 10. You will be prompted to login to your account again. Proceed as instructed. 11. After logging in, it should bring you back here to the 'one time setup' for the last time. Click 'Let's Go' 12. This should bring you to the Google Play Store. If it isn't already in the search bar, search for 'file explorer' and select 'File manager'. You can use any on there, but for the purposes of this tutorial this is the one I chose. Install and open the app. 13. Click on 'Internal Storage' 14. Navigate to >root>sdcard>windows>documents>Wii U USB Helper (Or whatever you decided to name your folder) and click on hikari06.usbhelper.usbhelper_go.apk and install then open. 15. After opening, you will see a window asking where to store games to. Choose 'Custom location' and navigate to sdcard>windows>documents and click 'select' to the left of 'Wii U USB Helper' 16. It will now ask you for a title key source. You should not have a hard time finding this on google. 17. You are now ready to download and enjoy. Downloads will be found as shown in the image. Copy the folders you need to the 'install' folder of your SD card and use WUP Installer GX 2 as per usual.   Credits to Hikari06 for Wii U USB Helper and Wii U USB Helper Go.

    Minix Neo U1 Setup Tutorial - Using Libreelec

    faith.genesis.raven
    By faith.genesis.raven,
    *In Progress* Requirements: - Micro SD (32gb recommended) Downloads: Libreelec Hidden Content http://kszaq.libreelec.tv/s905/ Device Tree for Libreelec Hidden Content http://kszaq.libreelec.tv/s905/device_trees/ Rufus [hide][/hide]
    Intro: This Guide will take you through the steps on how to install libreelec on a micro sd This is best way to do so because 1 its safe as its on the micro sd and 2 you still have android on the minix u1 You can install libreelec on a usb but I dont recommend it as the performance at least for me isnt as good as a micro sd Also DO NOT INSTALL to nand as it may damage your system where as if you mess up on your micro sd just format it then use rufus to install a new image   Guide - Libreelec Download All the needed files first After downloading the device tree: gxbb_p200_2G_minix_neo_u1.dtb rename it to: dtb.img Download and install rufus (or just run the portable program) Run the program and make sure you select the right external device I recommend having only your micro sd plugged in (dont have other devices plugged in just incase) Under format options in the second box select the image type DD Image then browse for your libreelec image do not change other options then click start and then yes wait until it completes after its done the micro sd card should now be 511mb this is normal because it reserves the rest in another partition for all your libreelec data copy dtb.img to the root of your micro sd card
    Next iinsert your micro sd card into the minix u1 system make sure its in and turn it on and hold the power button for about 6 seconds
    It should start you should see a minix screen then a librelec screen first time running it will take longer as it is setting up After you will be in libreelec and you'll go through the first time setup to configure some settings etc... After that your ready to go!!!   Updating LibreELEC using Samba Best way to do so (especially windows) is to use samba due to the partition being hidden from windows and by this way you keep the micro sd card in the minix u1 and just need internet and your computer Power on your minix u1 device and computer First we will need to get your minix u1 ip address then we will need to make sure that samba is enabled Username: root Password: libreelec

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    n671265@mvrht.com
    By [email protected],
    hi

    Does anyone have a gx2 demo source code?

    coco97
    By coco97,
     I want make some homebrew application. For the purpose of learning, I would like to refer to sample code. But I found there no  demo Does anyone have a   gx2 Sample  source code?  PLS tell  me. thanks.

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