Although I thought that the PS4 scene is dead, it seems that I was wrong as is giving good signs of progress, and this time 2 new emulators for PS4 have been released, and they work in firmware 4.55.
- Download the emulator and bios. 2. Make a folder for the emulator. 3. Put the emulator files into the emulator folder. 4. Make a sub directory in the emulator folder called bios. 5. Unzip the bios file and put the bios file in the emulator's bios folder. 6. Make a roms folder in the emulator folder. 7. Put the roms and iso files in the roms folder. 8. Start the Turbo Engine emulator. 9. Go to "Misc" and "Configure Paths" to add a file path for the bios. 10. Go to CD-ROM BIOS, and click on "Browse" to add a file path to the bios file. 11. To run the CD-ROM. Go to "File" and click on "Load CD-ROM". 12. Find the file path to the roms directory, and search for the ISO file you added into the roms folder. 13. To run the emulator in full screen press the "Alt" and "Enter" key together, and to get out of full screen do the same again. Controls Arrow keys: To move A, and S: Action buttons D: Select button
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