Disable Audio in the PPSSPP Emulator

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

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Steps

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    To begin, open the emulator
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    In this video, there is a shortcut for PPSSPP on the desktop. You may have the program saved in a different location.
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    Once the emulator has been opened, click "Settings" in the menu on the right side of the window
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    On the left side of the window, you will see the "Settings" menu.
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    In the "Settings" menu, click "Audio"
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    To disable audio, simply uncheck the "Enable sound" box
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    Once you have unchecked the box, the program will not produce any sound through the emulator, which will slightly speed up the emulation.
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