The RG350 and RG350M can be updated without having to remove the Micro SD Card and writing image files to it. Appropriate Firmware IMPORTANT NOTE: This firmware update should only be installed on the original firmware. If you have installed other custom firmware do not install this update! You will first need to download the […]
If your RG350M is not booting or you are upgrading to a larger Micro SD Card you will need to reinstall the firmware. You can follow this guide for how to reinstall the original firmware. IMPORTANT: Do NOT install RG350 firmware on a RG350M, it may not work. While it will not damage the device, […]
Copying files to your Micro SD card is fastest and easiest done with a Card reader. But if you do not have one, you can copy files from your PC to the device via the USB cable and FTP software. IMPORTANT NOTE: This will give you access to the firmware storage area in which you […]
One of the great things with emulators is that you can Save and Load your exact position in the game at any time, even if the original game did not support saving in any method at all. Once the game is saved you can resume it exactly where you saved it at any time. It […]
This guide will show you how to locate games if you have installed them on an external (or second) Micro SD Card for your RG300, RG350, PocketGo v2 or GKD350H retro gaming handheld.
Some retro gaming handhelds require FAT32 formatted cards, but if you have a 64GB or higher Micro SD Card you wont be able to format it to FAT32 using the standard Windows format. Fortunately this is a Microsoft issue and to resolve it, all you will need to do is download a piece of software […]
Some retro game handhelds have external Micro SD Card slots and the emulator settings need to be updated for them to start the file browser in the external Micro SD Card instead of the internal storage. Setting the new default folder saves a lot of time as you will not need to browse folders every […]