It's been a long time since iOS emulators they do not appear in the community, every year after the announcement of the jailbreak of the new version of iOS, there are many who are waiting for apps such as NDS4iOS or PPSSPP to be updated and made compatible to enjoy the potential of our device and advantages of those leisure environments.
This year it seems that things for PPSSPP have gotten complicated, and because of some technical problems related to internal changes in iOS 9 we will have to wait patiently and pray that this emulator survives this new version, however NDS4iOS is still compatible with iOS 9, and now it has taken a step further being possible to install it without jailbreak.
On many occasions there are pages that are dedicated to rescue exiled apps from the AppStore and introduce certificates To be able to be installed on iOS without going through the great A, I speak for example the web iEmulators, which has always ensured to allow the installation of these applications from the Safari itself and without the need for jailbreak.
This time it is iOSEM who has brought us back the Nintendo DS and DSi emulator NDS4iOS, and today we will explain how to install it.
From our iOS device we open Safari and access the following address iosem.us/app/install/nds.html
When this screen appears, we press install and accept the warning that will tell us "iosem.us is trying to install" nds4ios ""
Go back to the home screen of your device and wait for the app to install.
Before opening the app, go to Settings> General> Profiles and you will find an installed profile like the one in the image above, click on it.
iOS will show you profile information including which app it belongs to (nds4iOS), click on Trust “profile name” and accept the following message.
Now you will have the app installed and it will allow you to run it, it only remains to include ROMS, a function that was previously done from the app itself but Nintendo managed to remove that function and now it is done from the PC or MAC, we show you how to do it.
Game Transfer Tutorial
Search online for the ROM you want to download, we cannot put links as it infringes the copyright, but it should not take you more than a Google search.
Advice: Look for a rom with (E) or Europe in the name to make sure it's in your language and don't download the English or Japanese version.
If the downloaded ROM is compressed make sure you unzip it, you can use WinRAR on Windows or Keka on OS X, the resulting file should be “.nds”.
Open iTunes and connect your iOS device to your PC or Mac.
In the section of Applications installed on your iPhone, leader to the bottom to see those that support file transfers, locate and press on NDS4iOS.
Drag the “.nds” file to the list on the right (empty if there is no ROM already loaded) and check on your iPhone that it has been loaded correctly in the NDS4iOS app.
If everything went well, you already have it, now start the desired ROM and enjoy your favorite Nintendo DS games on your OS device.
Note: Only devices with A7 chip or higher will be able to run all Nintendo DS games at 60 fps (iPhone 5s or higher), iPhone 5 or devices with A6 chip play games acceptably and those that include an A5 chip ( iPhone 4s, iPod Touch 5G) depending on the game will be below 20 fps.
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