LandyVlad last edited by
Of the ROM directories created when Retropie is installed there is none for Apple. Does this mean that there is no apple emulator installed by default?
In which case can someone point me to how to install linapple emulator?
I have asked some similar questions a few years ago but never got the retropie working properly on my Pi3 - but it's working on on my new Pi4.
Also what about Apple emulation on a windows 10 PC?
ExarKunIv last edited by
@landyvlad no the apple emulator is not installed by default, but you can install it by going into the Retropie- setup, Manage packages, optional packages, #25
Apple in the Retropie docs for help to set it up.
as for Win 10, cant help you. if you are using Retropie on your computer it will be the same things i said above
LandyVlad last edited by LandyVlad
Thank you !
Out of interest is there a way to install all optional emulators in bulk?
@landyvlad yes. There's a menu item at the top of the optional packages to do that.