I’ve turned my ODROID Go Super into a thing of beauty, and so I wanted to walk you through the process in case you’re interested in trying it yourself.Continue reading “ODROID Go Super Hardware Mods”
This quick guide will show you how to use the PC app called Skraper to download media (box art and videos) for your ROM collection. This process is specifically for EmulationStation-based systems like the RG351P/M, RG351V, ODROID Go Super, RGB10, and even the Super Console X.Continue reading “Quick Guide: Skraper for Retro Handheld Devices”
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”
I’ve had a month with the ODROID Go Super, and I’m torn between loving and hating this device. There are moments when it is purely awesome, and others when I’d rather use a different handheld device. So check out my video below where I do a deep-dive into all the things I like and dislike about the device.Continue reading “Review: ODROID Go Super”
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”
In this video I’ll show you how to install the beautiful, widescreen 2013 mobile versions of Sonic 1, Sonic 2, and Sonic CD on any device running EmuELEC 4.0 firmware — including the ODROID Go Super, PowKiddy RGB10, and the Super Console X. And it can all be done for free! I really like these ports because they take advantage of widescreen devices like the ODROID Go Super, giving you an opportunity to play these games in a whole new way.
UPDATE: As of 01MAY2021, the Sonic ports are now available on ArkOS.
This is all thanks to a decompilation of the Sonic games, which you can find here.Continue reading “Sonic 1, Sonic 2, and Sonic CD Ports on Retro Handhelds”
The new EmuELEC 4.0 update is now available, and it works on a number of devices, including the ODROID Go Super and PowKiddy RGB10. So let’s see what this new update is all about.Continue reading “EmuELEC 4.0 Update – First Impressions”
For less than $20, I swapped out my old, terrible ODROID Go Super analog sticks for PS Vita sticks. It’s an awesome upgrade and in this video I’ll show you how I did it.
Buy yours on eBay, or at My Retro Game Case.Continue reading “ODROID Go Super + PS Vita Analog Sticks Mod”
This new retro handheld has a 5″ screen and the same RK3326 chipset we know and love from the OGA, RG351P/M, RGB10, and others. So at about $100 (after shipping), is it worth picking up? Here are my initial impressions.Continue reading “ODROID Go Super: Unboxing and First Impressions”