Set BIOS File Location in ePSXe PlayStation 1 Emulator on Huawei G700

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Courtney, Eng

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Steps

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    To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the Lock button located on the right-hand side of the device
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    Once we are on the Lock screen, we need to press down on the white, closed padlock icon and swipe downwards
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    This will take us to our Home screen.
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    From here, we need to locate the emulator application
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    In our case, our emulator application is placed in the "Emulators" folder.
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    We will now tap on the "Emulators" folder one time
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    Then we need to tap on the emulator application icon
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    This icon features a controller icon inside of an orange square. Underneath of this icon, it will have the word "ePSXe" written in black text.
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    This is going to open up the ePSXe emulator application, where it will ask us for the BIOS file
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    It is necessary to have a BIOS file installed in our phone so that the emulator can run the games. It has to have a specific location set where it can find these games in our internal storage on our device, or we can select the location of the BIOS files manually.
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    To select a BIOS file manually, we have to tap on the option labeled "Preferences"
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    This is the third option down. The word "Preferences" will be written in white text, inside of a blue bar.
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    This is going to open up menu screen for us, with the word "Preferences" written in white in the top left-hand corner of the screen
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    Here, we are looking for "BIOS file"
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    This is the very first option on this list, located in the "BIOS PREFERENCES" section.
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    Tap the "BIOS file" option one time, this will bring us to a new screen where we can choose the directory
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    In our case, we have the folder "sdcard0", which is our SD card, selected. To choose the SD card, we need to go to the general memory first.
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    To find the general memory folder, we need to tap "Parent Directory"
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    This is the very first option on the list, above it there will be two black dots.
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    From here, we have to choose from either the internal memory or the SD card
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    The SD card will be named "sdcard1".
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    Tap "sdcard1" one time
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    This is the second option on the list. This is going to open up new options for us, where we will now have to locate the BIOS file.
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    To find the BIOS file, in our case, we are going to tap on the folder labeled "ROMs"
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    From here, we are going to tap on the folder labeled "PSX"
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    This will be where our BIOS file is located.
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    Now, we will select the BIOS
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    In this case, it is labeled "SCPH1001.BIN". In other cases, the BIOS file may have a different name. This is determined by the region of the system.
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    The BIOS file has now been set
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    A black bar will appear at the bottom of the screen, with the words "BIOS selected:SCPH1001.BIN" confirming this change.
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    We can now go back by pressing the Back button, located at the bottom left-hand corner of the screen
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    Another small black bar will appear at the bottom of the screen, with the text "Preferences saved" written inside of it
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    Now that the BIOS file is set, we can run any games that we may have
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to set the BIOS location for ePSXe PlayStation 1 emulator on a Huawei G700
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    Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Recent edits by: Courtney, Lukward Thomason

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