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  1. I ported over Kevin Mos3's "Wood Themes" for the Atari FB9. These are the "HD" versions. I figured it would be easier for someone to remove the HD Logo in the corner than it would be to add it if you wanted it. I also used the custom music he has implemented in my own personal set up. So I added the new version of it here also if someone wants it.

     

     

    KWv1.png

    KWv2.png

    Kevins_Wood_v1.rar Kevins_Wood_v2.rar

    Sans_Boom_v3.rar

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  2. Here are a couple Themes. One is basically a stock theme in case you want to go back without dumping the emulator partition. It's called "Stocklate_Vanilla". All I did here was remove the QRCodes. The other one is a bit more interesting. Its a mockup of the Atari Flashback Gold Theme for a standard model. Its not a straight port of the Gold Versions UI so I'm calling it "Iron_Pyrite", Fools Gold. I also included what I'm currently running, call it "Sans_Boom_v2" it has a mix of stock and gold Bezels.

     

    bkg_launcher.png

    Stocklate_Vanilla.rar

     

    Iron_Pyrite.rar

    Sans_Boom_v2.rar


  3. yes manually. the tool to do it was never created. there was a tool in the rom folder of the legends flashback 2018, but im not sure it is correct for the FBX (but I'm sure it is similar) It could maybe generate some kind of base file.

     

    You put it in the folder with all your roms and then run it.

    makeini.bat

     

    It will create an all-games.ini file with an entry like this for each game in the folder:

     

    [Asteroids]
    File=/rom/Asteroids.bin
    Platform=MAME
    Year=1995
    Genre=Adventure
    Description=Asteroids

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  4. all-games.ini file is generated/belongs in the rom folder. the AFBX had moved it to the emulator folder in this new model. It was "moved" back to the rom folder with the CFW control files. There is still one left over in the emulator folder generated by the startup.sh file. Ignore that one.

     

    In the rom pack I posted, it will contain an all-games file in the rom folder.

    Here is one from the vanilla FBX.

    all-games.ini


  5. Has anyone else noticed that the box art looks jacked up on the Atari FBX? It's really noticeable on diagonal lines on the large box art, M Network games really look bad. I don't remember it looking like this on the AFB9, but I gifted my FB9 to my buddy when I got the FBX going so I don't have it to check anymore. After working so long on the boxart for the FB9, I can't believe I wouldn't have noticed this.

    I'm continuing to add Homebrew games to the pack. A lot of them don't have box art so I am creating them as I go. I'm at about ~930 games. I'll post the update when I reach ~1000.


  6. Here is the "emulator" dump for the Legends Flashback 2019 (standard edition) if its of any use. The ColecoVision (lbcv.so) core is in there for example. (The fixed Disney roms were removed.)

     

    Its all basically the same thing as the AFBX. The "emulator" folder was dumped with a startup script.

    LFB2019_emu.rar


     

     

    Note: this is not for just swapping into the AFBX with the CFW. This is just to look at on a PC and take files out of if they are useful. REPEAT. DO NOT PUT THIS "EMULATOR" FOLDER ON THE ROOT OF YOUR USB DEVICE FOR YOUR AFBX!!!


  7. The vanilla X DOES have the option to update via USB. That's what I have.
     

    I'm not sure what happened but sounds like you sorted it out. next you will remove the update image from your device and put just the mount_sd file on there. put it in the system and let it sit for few minutes. maybe launch a game. 

     

    if that works and you dump the rom folder, go ahead and put the startup file on the drive too, repeat the steps above to dump the emu folder.

     

    or download my theme and rom pack, and put them on the drive with the 2 control files.


  8. I have no clue. I just followed the steps and it worked. did you get the dev tool to work and say "found one loader device"?

     


    Continue to hold the recovery button until the tool shows “Found One LOADER Device" in its status bar. 
    Click on the "Upgrade Firmware" tab and then click on the "Firmware" button. 
    Locate the firmware image on your PC, click on "Upgrade" button and wait until “Reset Device Success” shows in the status window. 
    Turn off the console and disconnect it from your PC.  
     

     


  9. https://gbatemp.net/threads/custom-firmware-for-atgames-legends-flashback-with-support-for-arcade-games.527550/

    Swapping the sega core was done in test only. it never got released. gen plus gx was chosen over pico drive because it supported more extensions and would pose less questions from users. Mame2000 core got swapped to mame2003+, but i'm not sure how it all works. rmr_md / rrifonas would be the one to ask. So yeah Mame and FinalBurnAlpha roms can be add. And crazy but, Sega 32X will run on the Legends Flashback after all too.

    This was the core swap, maybe it will help. Getting Stella6 to run on this would make the FBX the "AtariBox VCS Killer" to me.




     

    core swap.rar

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  10. Just now, BitMerge6502 said:

    also, for anyone that wants it, here's my AFB8 all-games.ini file. It might be useful to someone if they want to copy a specific entry for a game for use on the AFB9/X. I spent a great deal of time with the game descriptions. Most of them are excerpts from the original manuals with 2600 specific stuff that doesn't apply to AFB removed or changed (like TV picture switch & insert cartridge stuff).

    all-games.ini 533.1 kB · 1 download

    can I add any info from your file that's missing in my pack? and share it in a future update? so far I have the entries from the 9/gold/x/xdeluxe in the pack. I also used all the entries that were made by the guys here in the FB9G CFW thread.

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