SNES9XTYL (l / cm) 091127 r25 for PSP - SNES9XTYL has the longest legacy of any app on the PSP homebrew scene. Check out the latest installment here!
If you're still a member of the PSP homebrew scene, chances are it's because of the community's strong emulator support. Of those many amazing retro projects, SNES9XTYL stands alone as the most demanded and talked about EBOOT in the universe. After all, who doesn't love a little Super Nintendo on the go? This new mod brings in support for PSP Go, the ability to choose where you save games, and takes better advantage of system RAM if its available. See the changelog below!
Stand for PSP Go (Rev. 24).
Support for PSVita VHBL of 173210 at 2.61 (Rev. 24).
Automatic acceptance button X / O (Rev. 24).
Now when you first start the emulator you can select the directory for save files (Rev. 24).
Added extra support memory (large memory) (Rev. 20).
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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