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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by Faintestidea, Aug 25, 2012.
What exactly is one and is it possible to get one on the bionic?
An emulator allows rooted users to enter commands. Check out "Android Terminal Emulator" in the Play app for one example and for a link to a site with detailed info.
There are also game emulators so you can play Nintendo (and other systems) on your phone.
This is a very broad question, as emulators can be lots of things. You mind rephrasing it, letting us know what exactly you are looking to do and we can respond and let you know if the Bionic has an app that can do it?
One to play games. Dont know what systems im looking to play, just want ro see what i can play. And do i need to own these games in order to play them? Yes very noob questions but i know nothing about this
Here's one at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bubblezapgames.supergnes and there are listing for others on that page. The trick will be to find the ROMs for the games, but they're probably out on the internet.
Legally speaking, yes, you do have to own the games. So, unless you own them and are trying to make your own file from the actual game, we won't be able to talk about how to get any of them on this site.
Own them in what context? On my phone or in cartridge-disk form?
Own them as in having legally purchased them, either in cartridge/disc form or having purchased them for your phone.
Many people download the game files for emulators online without purchasing them. Since doing this is piracy, we can't discuss it in this forum. Everyone can feel free to talk about the emulators themselves, just not how to obtain the game files illegally.
Just a reminder that discussion of where to get game ROM files, is prohibited on this forum.
To be clear, technically you must own a cartrige/disk copy of a game to have a legal ROM copy. And it can only be used by you.
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Well heck, im better off just paying 40 bucks for a used ps2 lol. Thanks for the info guys
Back in the OG Droid days, game emulators were pretty big. Someone had made a cover for the OG Droid's physical keyboard so it looked (and worked) like a game controller.