I've had my A320 for about a month now and on the whole I am very pleased with it (video playback is a bit hit 'n' miss though?).
I mostly use it for retro gaming and think the inbuilt stuff is great (updated the Megadrive emu).
However I do realize the potential of Dingux and the faster rate software is prduced than native stuff.
The biggest problem I have is even after going through every guide to install it on my Dingoo I just can't get the duel boot bit done.
I have followed all the suggestion on the other thread but just can't get it to work!
My question is do I really need Dingux?
I just want to run a few more native emulators (ZX Spectrum etc) if/when they arrive.
Is it likely that most programers will go down the Dingux route or are we likely to see more native ports of emulators over time?
Don't get me wrong I think the idea of Dingux is great, but for some people if it isn't a case of just installing to an SD card with one click, then I think a lot of casual users will miss out.
Is anyone offering an install service for 'dimbo's' like myself? or is a one-click-solution on the cards.
Anyway overall the Dingoo is great and my kids love it. I hope it goes on the be a great success and one day run Amiga game's at full speed