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How to Fix Missing Required DS Files in Delta Emulator

Delta is an emulator for iOS that offers game support like NES, SNES, N64, and DS.

It has compatibility with multiple controllers, including Nintendo Switch Pro, PS4, and Xbox.

You can sync your data across devices using Google Drive or Dropbox with Delta Sync.

Delta features custom controller skins, hold button functionality, and a fast forward feature.

Additional features include 3D/Haptic Touch support, game artwork display, and others.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to fix missing required DS BIOS files Delta Emulator to play Nintendo games (iOS/iPhone/iPad).

How to Fix Missing Required DS Files in Delta Emulator

Required DS BIOS files Delta

Here’s how to fix missing required DS files in Delta Emulator:

  1. Open Safari and go to github.com/Abdess/retroarch_system/tree/libretro/Nintendo%20-%20Nintendo%20DS.
  2. Tap on all three bios files to download them (bios7.bin, bios9.bin, and firmware.bin).
  3. Open Delta and tap on the settings icon.
  4. Scroll down and tap on “Nintendo DS” under “Core Settings”.
  5. Tap on each missing “.bin” file (bios7.bin, bios9.bin, and firmware.bin).
  6. Import each missing “.bin” file by locating and tapping on them in your device’s files/downloads.

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