The power led should not come on. If you are interested in playing games from other consoles (like Nintendo, Game Boy, Sega Genesis, and more), you will need to install RetroArch. This tutorial uses a computer running Windows.

Awesome tutorial guys! © The green light on hakchi2 means the Sega Mini is connected. amzn_assoc_marketplace = "amazon"; amzn_assoc_ad_type = "smart"; Press Download and Install Module to install an emulator. EDIT2And steps for uninstalling every hmods and reinstalling them added! Exit out of KMFD Mod Hub. I’m blatantly aware that the warranty is voided if I do this and something goes wrong Recommended?

When you're done, turn off your SNESC, go to \hakchi-gui and launch hakchi-gui.exe. When the SNESC will reboot you'll get a "Shutdown" message, DONT PANIC, it's normal! Go to Information > Core Information and click Delete core, again there's no prompt or anything but you should see No core now at the bottom of the screen. Yes, it works for all versions including the Japanese version.

Make sure the games are running the correct cores.

If you have NES in secondary boot go to usb:\hakchi\games\nes-usa (or nes-jpn)\000, if you don't see copyright.fnt and title.fnt, open your .hsqs with 7zip/Winrar/whatever, then go to \usr\share\games\nes\kachikachi and extract these 2 files in every folders \000, \001, 002, etc.

How-to Uninstall hakchi2 CE. Have hakchi2 CE Installed: Guide here.

Usually you can just uninstall then flash custom directly but if you have trouble this way you can try uninstall then flash original and only then flash custom.

Game saves are stored directly on the console and will not get deleted unless you factory reset the console. I gave up after an hour.

:). We will be using hakchi2 CE to sideload more games to the console.

Run hakchi2 and connect the console to your computer (using a different micro-USB cable than the one included with your console). THANK YOU.

Launch the old hakchi2 CE and go to Kernel > Uninstall. This is where you can find all the new games. ), do not exceed ~60MB of hmods per tranfer, you can do the steps multiple times if needed.

Create a blank .txt file anywhere on your computer. Certain things are giving me pause,like do I have to flash the kernal again? ): SNESC USB-HOST - part 1 - Preparation and installation, SNESC USB-HOST - part 2 - Renaming games (removing ( ) and [ ] characters), SNESC USB-HOST - part 3 - Adding games and hmods, SNESC USB-HOST - part 4 - Accessing FTP after installation, SNESC USB-HOST - part 5 - Adding games with hakchi2-dantheman827-linked-export. Open hakchi2 and go to Modules > Install extra modules. I like all of my original and added games on the same page so I have disabled page/folders.

From USB to SNESC: /!\ BE CAREFUL, this deletes the content of /var/lib/clover/profiles/0 before moving the files, so every saves already on your SNESC will be removed! Also, how do i tell how much space is left on my snes after i add games. Guide updated for Hakchi2 CE 1.0.0, for older version of the guide (hakchi-gui method), click HERE.

Required fields are marked *. First, you will need to install hakchi2 CE to your console.

The green light means the Sega Mini is connected.

Turn off your SNESC! Plug the USB drive to your SNESC and power on, wait until the uninstallation is complete.

I have the latest version . Run hakchi2 and connect the console to your computer (using a different micro-USB cable than the one included with your console). This will take a while and your Sega Mini will restart. USB-HOST is still pretty new and changes are made very often, so it is possible that some things in this guide will change. Next to the "USB Device Filters" box, click the icon of a USB cable with a "+" sign.

Im wary of winging it, it took me a loooooooong time to get my mini and i do not want to mess it up. I noticed my miniSNES still works normally even though I dumped the kernel? If you are using a Mac, follow our guide here before …

The linked way with hakchi2 on your USB drive, because the games are technically already on your USB, clicking "Yes" when hakchi2 will asks to use links will only create .desktop files on your usb:\hakchi\games\CLV-* folders. Your email address will not be published. You may notice there are multiple emulators for each console. But you'll be able to turn on the FTP server on your SNESC through hakchi2, and access your games that way (under /usr/share/games). Just to make sure, does this program also work with the european version of the snes classic? Finally up and running after trying to do so for probably close to a week.

ALSO, every time I say to create a folder IT IS CASE SENSITIVE, so if I say "create a transfer folder" it is lowercase!

Stuck here too.

Check the other hmods you want to reinstall too and click OK. On your SNESC start a game that uses Retroarch, open the menu (start+select), go to Load Core and load the core you want to remove. Your email address will not be published. 1. Hm, I got stuck here too, and in addition to changing the USB settings, I uninstalled Hakchi from my SNES and restored the original kernel. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, https://toadle.me/2017/02/03/how-to-add-more-games-to-you-nes-mini-classic-using-hakchi2-and-a-mac.html. I will add this to the FAQ. Open hakchi2 and make sure Settings > Separate games for multiboot is checked. Then reinstall the hmods you want with Modules > Install extra modulesor plug back the OTG adapter and use the transfer folder method.

Required fields are marked *, All of this would not be possible without ClusterM (the developer of hakchi2).

Plug the USB drive in the OTG and power on the SNESC, depending on how much hmods you added, it can take a while. When everything is ready hold shift and click Synchronize selected games with NES/SNESC Mini, select usb:\hakchi\games folder, organize your games/folders if you selected custom then click OK. Select a game from the New Apps list and you can edit the info and artwork. Once completed, go to Kernel > Flash original kernel and hit Yes.

It's a very clear and detailed guide, and I won't recreate it here, but essentially the steps are: Install the Virtualbox extension pack (download), Download the free Windows VM for Virtualbox (download, heads up it's ~4gb) and import the ".ovf" file into Virtualbox, Enable the USB port in Virtualbox: Settings > Ports > Enable USB Controller > USB 2.0 (EHCI) Controller, Start your VM and log in (pro-tip: the password is "Passw0rd!