In order to have sound, you must disable mediaserverd, which is the iPhone's
sound mixer process, which is locked onto the audio device. A couple of
easy aliases can be added to your .profile to disable or re-enable
mediaserverd if you are using MobileShell:
alias nosound="launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/coreaudiod.plist"
alias sound="launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/coreaudiod.plist"
While you have mediaserverd disabled ('nosound'), no other system sounds
will play, so be sure to re-enable it ('sound') when you're finished playing.
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If you disable mediaserverd with the earbuds connected, no audio will be heard
through the speakers. Pull the earbuds out, and then start/stop mediaserverd
again. This will correct the problem. If it doesn't, try resetting.
It is recommended you always kill mediaserverd with the earbuds DISCONNECTED
to have both speaker and earbud support. If, however, you would like much
louder ear buds (and no speaker), resetting it with the earbuds in will
have this effect.
the first super mario brothers is the best game ever on the iPhone now that update .58 is out! but zelda is great and tetris. and yes you can be in a call and play NES at the same timeWhat NES games do you guys recommend to put on the iPhone? Also Can you be on a call and play NES games at the same time?
DiscoJoey, where can I find step by step instructions to install this?
And I don't know about anyone else, but it's very low too (low in volume). I'm not sure it ever played for me through the speaker, but it was barely audible even with headphones. Could have been the game, I only tried one or two (one of them was Pac Man).FYI - Sound isn't worth the effort atm. It's off quite a bit, so much so it detracts from most games.
You can follow each of these step-by-step guides to get the iPhone out of jail through to installing NES:DiscoJoey, where can I find step by step instructions to install this?
That's not very meaningful without knowing what the NES version was on that iPhone. Less than 2 weeks ago it was not even playable.Just tried playing mario and zelda on my friend's hacked phone and was not impressed at all...
That's not very meaningful without knowing what the NES version was on that iPhone. Less than 2 weeks ago it was not even playable.
I don't know what there is to not be impressed by, it's just NES.
I'll take NES any day over nothing--which is about all you have, gaming wise, when you have no reception (or on a plane). LightsOff ain't bad either.