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    Still unbricking GP2X

    You might add (see previous thread ) that you have a breakout board. https://dl.openhandhelds.org/cgi-bin/gp2x.cgi?0,0,0,0,23,1626 Unbricking thread: https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/gp2x-black-screen-only-jtag-advice.77017/ Maybe @Orkie is around to assist.
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    F300 ?

    Not compatible and lacks software from what I've understood. Basically a WIZ. https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/gp2x-f300-and-wiz.56355
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    Powkiddy A13

    Noticed the fade and appeared to be handled fine but I would need to see two versions playing at the same time to spot any lag. It is a cheap device and not really suited for playing movies but with the tests you should have an idea what the current hardware is capable of. Personally I wouldn't...
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    Powkiddy A13

    @levi all your files worked fine as far as I could tell (hard to compare because it is a still image, but sound didn't stutter or lagging with startup) Also tried a few from https://test-videos.co.uk/ and the smaller 360 movies worked fine, but the larger 1080 stutter and can even hang) Added a...
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    wifi driver for TP-Link TP-WN823N Ver 3.0

    For slackware you probably need this https://slackbuilds.org/repository/14.2/network/RTL8192/
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    wifi driver for TP-Link TP-WN823N Ver 3.0

    Does this help? https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?t=271924
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    Powkiddy A13

    https://test-videos.co.uk/bigbuckbunny/mp4-h265 https://test-videos.co.uk/bigbuckbunny/mp4-h264 Would this work? Maybe try some of them on your TV and let me know which one starts to struggle.
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    Powkiddy A13

    I can try them out but please keep in mind that the only supported format mentioned by powkiddy is MP4 not MKV. I don' t have the device in my possession anymore, so will probably take a week to test.
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    Powkiddy A13

    If you provide a file to test I can give it a try.
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    Powkiddy A13

    Received it yesterday and played with it a bit. Removed all games and only installed a small selection per system. Firmware is a dumbed-down version of retroarch. Not able to install new cores but it has enough systems for a ton of games. Adding games is a bit of work (changing xml files) can...
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    PanMAME Betatesting

    From wikipedia. So Astroids used the MOS 6502. Hardware Asteroids was implemented on hardware developed by Delman and is a vector game, in which the graphics are composed of lines drawn on a vector monitor.[14] Rains initially wanted the game done in raster graphics, but Logg, experienced in...
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    PanMAME Betatesting

    Okay, too bad. Already noticed Astroids was not on the gaming list. Mame4all vector games are not as sharp as on the GP2X but they are playable (without bright daylight). With LCD gamma set to "very bright" and playing in the dark it works best.
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    Powkiddy A13

    Ah, okay. Well, if you ever feel the need to add them I'd advice even more buttons. 3 on both sides and one on the front. 3 for side and front nudging, 2 for flippers and 2 for magna save or an additional set of flippers. Visual Pinball is fantastic for this kind of setup and provides a very...
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    Powkiddy A13

    Very nice, especially the additional 4 pinball buttons (assuming the right side has 2 buttons as well) and the trackball.
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