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Nvidia Shield

Discussion in 'IPTV Guides Support and Discussions' started by madmike1983, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. dt99

    dt99 TK Veteran

    RetroX is a front end with all emulators included, but no ROMS. 5 day trial and then about 12usd to unlock it.

    PRG app is basically RetroX with all games included. 2 day trial and then £19.99 for lifetime.

    Arcadepunks website or torrents have loads of Roms and then numerous separate emulators on Play Store or free setups like Retroarch, Hyperspin etc. You need to add your own ROMS etc

    RetroX or PRG are very simple to use. The others require setting up, all depends on how much work you want to do.

    Best thing is to YouTube it, but get then free trials of the other 2 at least.

    I prefer RetroX as all the emulators are in 1 place, it's like Plex for Retro Gaming. Dead easy to add your own ROMS or PRG if you can't be bothered finding them.
  2. Yoda99

    Yoda99 Registered

    Looking at getting a shield soon - already have IPTV on a mag box but was going to use that in another room. Annoyingly its still at about £180 and i am waiting on it going on offer agian as it sometimes does down to about £150.

    Anyhow, What are people's views on the smarters app vs the perfect player one? Are these the two class leaders for IPTV that are available on the shield? (I am aware of the issue someone already mentioned on the previous page about annoying habbit of going back to previous channel when browsing).

  3. bazcfc1

    bazcfc1 TK Veteran

    Have a look here mate may help http://www.techkings.org/threads/nvidia-shield-what-more-can-it-do.145150/unread