How do I make the ROM folder without Computer on iPhone?

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Fred87nc

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I'm trying to put roms on my iPhone through iShare, but I don't have a roms folder under media yet. anyway to create it without a computer?
 

musicmanmu

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I'm trying to put roms on my iPhone through iShare, but I don't have a roms folder under media yet. anyway to create it without a computer?
Yes. Download Mobile Finder via Installer. It lets you view and modify all (or at least most) of your phone's files. You'll be able to create a ROMs folder (make sure you actually name it just like that - ROMs), then a folder for NES and GBA ROMs.
 

Fred87nc

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Yes. Download Mobile Finder via Installer. It lets you view and modify all (or at least most) of your phone's files. You'll be able to create a ROMs folder (make sure you actually name it just like that - ROMs), then a folder for NES and GBA ROMs.
Thanks a lot bud, didn't expect a response so quick this early it the morning...But I need to get sleep and can't until I try Final Fantasy 6 on my iPhone first!
 

musicmanmu

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No problem! The NES emulator is quite good, although for action/racing games, I have a hard time navigating well. I'm stuck on puzzle/strategy games. Right now I'm on a battleship kick!
 

fran_lfc

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I can't create a new folder inside the ROMs folder... why is that? I already have a NES folder with files in it. But I cant creat any new file or folder inside the ROMs folder, I cant even create the GAMEBOY folder outside and move it in. Im with Mobile Finder.
 

Lincoln

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I can't create a new folder inside the ROMs folder... why is that? I already have a NES folder with files in it. But I cant creat any new file or folder inside the ROMs folder, I cant even create the GAMEBOY folder outside and move it in. Im with Mobile Finder.
Sometimes MobileFinder just doesn't feel like creating or deleting files. Rebooting seems to do the trick for me.

- John