Set Up Save State Options on NES Emulator on Huawei G700

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    Start off by unlocking the screen
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    To unlock it, press the Unlock button on the right side of the phone.
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    Swipe the screen down
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    Once the screen is unlocked, we need to open the emulator
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    In this case, the emulator is in the "Emulators" folder. Tap the "Emulators" folder and then tap the NES emulator.
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    Once it opens, we need to go to "Options"
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    Click "Options".
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    Go to "System"
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    The first thing on the list is "Auto-save State", and it's currently set to "Off"
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    We can tap it and set it to save states automatically when exiting the game, every 15 minutes or every 30 minutes.
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    We're going to set it to "Off" this time
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    The next thing is "Confirm Auto-load State", which means if we press the Load State button, it will ask us whether we're sure we want to load it or not
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    The next thing is "Confirm Overwrite Settings", which means that if we press the Save State button, it will ask us if we're sure we want to overwrite it.
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    "Save Path" is set the same as the game, but we can change that by tapping and then selecting
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    For example, we can change it to "Set Custom Path", "Same as Game" or "Default". The custom path allows us to save the states wherever we want on the system. "Same as Game" means that the game states will be saved in the same directory as the game we launched. "Default" saves it to the default NES Emulator folder. In this case, we're going to keep it as "Same as Game".
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    If we set the path to custom, we might want to have "Check Save Path Write Access" on
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    To apply these changes, we need to press the Back button, which is located on the lower left corner of the phone. Tap it twice.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to set up save state options for NES Emulator on a Huawei G700
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Recent edits by: Melissa Rae, Lukward Thomason

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