In this video I’ll show you how to upgrade the operating system on the PowKiddy X18S to the slim and stable LineageOS from Black Seraph. We’ll also test out emulation performance with this new OS running N64, PSP, Dreamcast, GameCube, PS2, and more.Continue reading “PowKiddy X18S Firmware Upgrade (LineageOS, Android 11)”
This brand new firmware upgrade to the Retroid Pocket 2 has breathed new life into this little device. This lightweight Android build provides a 20% speed improvement when launching and navigating apps, thanks to its lower overhead. This means that the interface will feel significantly faster if you are coming from Android 8.1 (see my guide here), and quite a huge jump if you are still on the stock firmware (Android 6.0).
Check out the video below for my detailed installation instructions. Note that this firmware does NOT allow you to access the RetroidOS interface, so if that’s important to you, I recommend sticking with Android the regular 8.1 version. This update will also wipe your internal storage, but I’ll show you how to re-load your stock apps to the device. This update can be done from either Android 6.0 or 8.1 firmware.
Finally, note that this update can only be performed on a Windows computer. If you have a Mac, make friends with a Windows user, and then borrow their computer for a few minutes (bring cookies and/or beer when you do).Continue reading “LineageOS (Android 8.1) on Retroid Pocket 2”
Today, we’re going to test the seven major firmwares available for the ODROID Go Super. Each one has its own merits, so let’s figure out which one is best for you.Continue reading “Showcase: ODROID Go Super Firmwares”
Today we’re going to check out LineageOS, which boots Android 11 on your ODROID Go Super. This unlocks a ton of potential: Android games, remote play, game streaming, and some pretty impressive emulation. This could be a game-changer.Continue reading “LineageOS (Android 11) on ODROID Go Super”