I tested in my dingoo the GBA Organizer, its running is good, but no is playable because no save files e dont accepted save states
Developpers my suggestion:
(create a similar software for dingoo, using the based in dingoowrite)
I second the suggestion...am currently running a Gameboy application for same...and with same results, basically. I posted elsewhere about this. I, too, would like to see an Organizer done for Dingoo, preferably Native OS versus Dingux, although I could go either way on it....I think more people would get use out of it if it were Native, though.
The important thing with this Organizer...at least what I have in mind...is that it be a simple as possible, with as few "bells and whistles" as possible. DS Organize, for the NDS, for example...way too many bells and whistles, took a good thing and made it basically horrible.
My ideal for this particular project would be that the Organizer have the following...
1 - A Calendar (because there is no internal clock in the Dingoo, this would need to be set on startup of program...but it could save the last setting in a Save file...and then you would not HAVE to update it on startup...you could option to update it)
2 - An Appointment book (and it is essential you be able to schedule appointments for other than the month you currently happen to be in - this is a major problem I have with the GB Organizer I'm currently using - you can't schedule outside the month you are currently in...so, if you want to, you have to set a false date) The appointments MUST save to the Save file...so that they would remain there, no matter how many times you power on and off. (Obviously, there should be options to Edit/Delete these appointments as needed)
3. A Phone/Address/Email book - all entries save to the save file
4. A Calculator
5. A Notepad - with Save capability...and delete capability, once said note was no longer needed.
6. Perhaps a very simple, short "To Do" List...which would be something you could schedule outside of the Appointments area.
ABSOLUTELY NO OTHER FUNCTIONS, PLEASE!!