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Thread: How to set NES 1.0 back to normal = no sound

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    Default How to set NES 1.0 back to normal = no sound
    I just updated to the latest version but now everytime Im hearing a song and open NES.app the music stops. I already set the default audio output on NES.app to None and tried to change back coreaudiod.plist to <key>OnDemand</key> <false/>. But nothing happened.
    I really dont care about nintendo games sounds I just wanna be able to listen to music while playing games. I just tried to uninstall NES.app and reinstalling it with no luck. Does anyone know what can I do?? thanks.

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    when it asked me to do the mod for sound.. i hit yes..and it worked fine...but then i had no system sounds.....or any sounds for that matter....

    to fix it.. i just rebooted the fone and when it reloaded i had regular sounds back..try that.

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    Ive tried restarting like 3 times already but Im still getting the same thing. Everytime I start NES.app my music fades off.

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    Yeah I think the latest version will not let you play music while playing games... I might have version .99 on my comp at home still, if so I can upload it for you to go back to that version (did it work with that one?)

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    Yep that did it. I just installed version 0.99.06 and music is working again from version 0.99.07, and up songs wont play while playing games I think that needs to be be fixed.

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    yeah i noticed whenever i play NES it plays sounds like it should but when i my little sounds inside the phone arent working, such as keyboard click and the lock sound.... so i just restarted the phone and it works again.... im sure this will be fixed soon enough
    iPhone 3G 8GB (2.0.2), iPhone 2G 8GB (2.0.2)

    Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo 15inch, 4GB Ram

    Intel E8400 Core2Duo 3.0ghz (OC 3.8ghz)
    4gb DDR2 Ram
    500gb RAID0
    GeForce 8800GTS 640mb

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    Before you use the NES emulator. Click to turn off your sound, put it in vibrate mode on the left. After you exit the NES emulator click it back on.

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