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    Default GBA Emulation Without Downgrading

    I was wondering if its possible to run a GBA emulator on the PSP without downgrading via HEN.

    Could anyone please elaborate the process of how this would work? Thanks!!

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    it matters what firmware you are on. i would guess not custom firmware with HEN. No is your awnser. You need firmware 1.5 or The HEN that you were talking about.

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    I dont think HEN runs EMUs, only Homebrew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pt9087 View Post
    I dont think HEN runs EMUs, only Homebrew!
    and what makes home made emus so much different to home made games that they wont work?

    i remember a gpSP for 2.71 HEN was made, although it might not work on other versions of HEN, but you can always try

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    HEN isn't as efficent as the proper 1.5 eboot loader and I think cpu speed changes cause problems in it.

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    Seriously, just downgrade. Use a noob pack if you're unsure or whatever.

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