Setup Audio Options in NES Emulator on Huawei G700
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Kellin Quinn, Eng, Inukshuk
Hi. You're watching VisiHow and this is a tutorial on how to set up audio options for NES Emulator on the Huawei G700.
Start off by unlocking the phone
To unlock it, we need to press the unlock button on the right-hand side of the phone and then swipe the screen down.
Once it's unlocked, we need to open up the emulator
In this case, the emulator is in the "Emulators" folder so we tap on the folder and then tap on the emulator itself.
Once it's opened, we need to click on "Options."
In Options, we need to tap "Audio."
The first thing on the list is "Sound." It is able to be toggled on or off
Obviously, we want it to be on so we toggle it on.
The next thing is "Sound Rate" and it's set to 44KHz, but we can change this
You should choose between these according to the overall performance of your phone, but the more KHz it outputs, the better the sound quality. We will keep it at 44KHz.
Next thing is "Buffer Size in Frames." In this case, it's set to eight, but we can change it
Experiment with the setting so that the overall quality and sound latency is right for you. In our case, it's eight.
Enabling "Strict Underrun Check" improves the overall latency of the sound and the quality itself
If we enable "Mix With Other Apps," then we will be able to play sound from other apps at the same time we are playing sound from the emulator
Now, it's toggled off, which means even if we were listening to music from another app then the music will stop once the NES Emulator has been launched.
To save these changes, we need to go back
To do this, we need to press the back button on the lower left-hand side of the phone. Go back until we have reached the main menu.
This concludes our tutorial on how to set up audio options for NES Emulator on the Huawei G700. Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below.
Video: Setup Audio Options in NES Emulator on Huawei G700
Recent edits by: Eng, Kellin Quinn, Lukward Thomason