Last updated: 16AUG2021 (see Changelog for details)
Update – Team Ruka has a new update for their firmware, which you can find here, complete with the image and instructions!
The PowKiddy A13 is an impressive little tabletop arcade device, especially after modding it with new hardware. In today’s guide I’ll show you how to install custom firmware onto the device to unlock updated emulators and a more customizable user interface.
If you haven’t bought one of these hidden gems yet, here is a link to grab one yourself.
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Last updated: 12JAN2021 (see Changelog for details)
The Anbernic RG351P has several different firmware (operating system) options beyond the stock firmware that ships with the device. So let’s look at the various firmware options available to you, and see which one might be the right fit for you.
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Last updated 08NOV2020 (see Changelog for details)
If you a running the stock firmware that comes with the RG351P, or the updated 3.7 version that I recommend in my Firmware Guide, you’re in luck — Anbernic just released an update patch to this firmware that provides some serious improvement to PlayStation Portable (PSP) performance. It’s still far from perfect, but it definitely makes more games playable.
One nice thing about this update is that it doesn’t require you to reinstall any new firmware. In fact, all you have to do is replace a couple files on your SD card and you’re all set. No need for WiFi FTP, either!
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Last updated 30JUN2021 (see Changelog)
Your RG350 device ships with a pre-installed operating system (“firmware”), but because the device supports open-source software, this firmware is continuously updated and tweaked by the community. This guide will explain all of the different firmware versions available, both official and unofficial, and how to upgrade your firmware to get the latest features. Additionally, we’ll go over how to make a backup of your current firmware so that you can flash it onto any card.
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