I've been keeping in touch with the forums ever since I picked up an RS-97 awhile back... and I just wanted to say this community is amazing! Much thanks to Jutley, Steward-Fu and Jack83 for all their hard work and time spent on improving this device!
I've installed a few iterations of the new firmware over the past few months and have never ran into any major issues! I've even installed the latest firmware (v2.1 FINAL Firmware External)... and it's working great!
One thing I am having an issue with though, is PyMenu. I've recently installed the PyMenu version of v2.1 FINAL Firmware External (also tried the internal version) and while it loads up just fine, the roms are not displaying in their folders after navigating to them from their respective emulator. Basically, the folders that contain the roms just appear blank.
I've set the directory link for each emulator, to the appropriate rom folder and no matter what I do, the roms do not appear.
I'm having this issue with NES, SNES, Megadrive, Sega Master System, Gameboy, Gameboy Color and Gameboy Advance (the only emulators that I have roms for). What's strange though, is if I select, say, the pcsx4all emulator and navigate to any of the previously mentioned rom folders, like NES for instance, the rom files actually do populate.
I have my rom files located in the "roms" folder within the ROMS directory, all in their individual folders (i.e. "NES", "SNES", "GB", etc...) and made sure that the file extensions were correct (.nes, .sfc, .gb, .gbc, .gba, .sms, .bin "for megadrive").
I've tried to troubleshoot this by placing the roms in different folders under the ROMS directory, such as the "games" folder, "apps" folder... and tried using both zipped and unzipped rom files, with no luck! I've even tried installing the PyMenu ALPHA2 version over the stock v2.1 FINAL Firmware External. I confirmed again that the
stock v2.1 FINAL Firmware External works just fine and I can locate my roms without any issues, yet after enabling the PyMenu ALPHA2, the roms that were in my folders will not be displayed afterwards.
I was curious if anyone else has experienced this same issue and if there may be a way to fix it? I realize the PyMenu is still work in progress, so is it possible that folder navigation/population is not fully implemented at this stage?
Thank you all so much for your time and any tips you may have!