Launch Games in NES Emulator on Huawei G700

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Catch21chuck, Eng, Crystal

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Steps

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    Start off by unlocking the phone
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    To unlock the phone, we need to press the Lock button on the right side of the phone and then swipe the screen down. Once it's unlocked, we need to open the emulator.
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    In this case, the emulator is in the "Emulators" folder
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    Tap on the folder.
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    Then, tap on the emulator itself
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    Now we have to load the game
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    To load it, tap "Load Game".
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    Here, we need to choose the game
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    To choose the game, we need to choose the right path of the game. My game folder is on the SD card.
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    To go to the SD card, first we need to go to the parent directory
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    To go there, we need to press the arrow icon on the upper left corner of the screen. Tap it twice because we are in "sdcard0" right now and this is the internal memory of the phone.
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    By tapping it once more, we can choose an option from "sdcard1"
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    We choose the SD card that we have on the phone.
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    Now we're looking for "ROMs" folder, at the very bottom
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    Scroll down, then tap it. It will take us to the NES, where it will show all of the games that we have on this phone right now.
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    Let's just go ahead and choose a random one
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    Let's open "Battle Tank".
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    To close the game, we need to tap the Back arrow on the lower left corner of the screen
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    Then confirm exit
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to launch games in NES emulator on a Huawei G700
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Recent edits by: Eng, Catch21chuck, Lukward Thomason

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