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    Default NES App Suddenly Stopped Working
    Hi all,

    I'm having issues with my NES app (emulator) on my new iPhone. It was working absolutely fine, then just suddenly stopped working. The 'image' for the control pad has gone corrupt and the tapping controls has stopped working also. When I say image gone corrupt I mean, the + pad bit on the left has gone but the rest shows. As an image speaks a thousand words....



    I have tried re-installing the NES app, didn't working. Removed it again, removed the associated files in SHH. Cleared the Queue, re-installed the NES app again and tried a different way of installing the ROMs (adding 123 locker dot com to sources, then installing ROMs). ROMs working fine, but again issue with + pad and no tapping controls.

    Any ideas? Off to bed now, will check back in morning as it's almost 12:30am now.

    Thanks in advance,
    Lisa

    P.S. 8GB iPhone, Unlocked, JB on 1.1.4.

    Anyone? Any advice?
    Last edited by Lisa; 2008-03-22 at 04:30 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    lol. you just changed the settings so the sensor pad is on. check you nes.app settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by desepticon View Post
    lol. you just changed the settings so the sensor pad is on. check you nes.app settings
    Thanks mate. I don't recall changing any settings. Odd. But thank you very much.

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