Last week I wrote a tutorial on how to get RetroArch, an alternative emulator to NDS4iOS for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The reason for that being ND4iOS is no longer support iOS 9 and it was removed from its developer repo. This is a really bad news for a lot of iOS users, especially the one that still want to play some of the newer Pokemon on their iPhone or iPad.
As the title suggested, this tutorial will show you how to get the good old NDS4iOS back and running smoothly on jailbroken and non-jailbroken iOS 9 devices. This version should work with iOS 9.0 – 9.1, 9.2, and Cydia is not required. Let’s get straight to it.
Installing NDS4iOS on iOS 9 – 9.2
- The first thing you want to do is go on Safari
- Type in this address: iosem.us/
- There are several options, tap on the first one: Install
- Your iPhone or iPad will ask for your permission to trust and install the profile
- Now you should see a new icon appear on your Springboard
- Tap on iOSEmus and install nds4ios
Noticed how you can actually open the application now instead of crashing like last time. This means that you have successfully installed nds4ios on your iOS 9 devices.
In order to install Roms to your new nds4ios app, you will need to connect your iPhone or iPad to a computer and transfer the Rom files to nds4ios File Sharing directory. Once the game has been transferred, you can disconnect the USB cable and launch it.
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