@bemandrill About the extension, I recommend not keeping just one, put all possible ones, including upper and lower case, such as:
<extension> .md .MD .bin .BIN .zip .ZIP .gen .GEN .smd .SMD </extension>
The problem is defining the cores and priorities. It works better, when I include all cores from all systems with the same priority 1
I didn't even know it was possible to set core priority. 😓 Probably your priority problem is related to the fact that the original configuration theoretically has priority, so it makes sense to have to define that you want to choose the priority on your own.
In platform I have snes, but I dont know waht I can write.
Try "sf"as did you put in <name>, or try the names of the platforms you are copying from, separated by commas and spaces <platform>snes, megadrive, gba</platform>".
is recalboxmanager installed? try visiting the IP address of the box using a browser from a different computer. If it is installed and working you should be able to manage software from there. You could also just reinstall (wipe and reload) the box with a new version of recalbox which may be a safer bet.
Connect your PSP to the PC with a USB cable. Take the DLC folder for example: “ULUS10461” and copy it to your memory stick on the PSP/GAME/ folder. Double check that the DLC files are where they should be:
X:\PSP\GAME*DLC Folder goes here\
*Leave USB mode and press select to bring up the VSH menu and select “Recovery Menu”
*Then Select “Advanced”
*Change “NoDRM” to Enabled by pressing the left or right on the D-PAD
*Be careful not to press X else you will change it back to disabled, so press circle two times instead to leave that menu.
*Now press select again and choose “Reset VSH” to apply the changes:
I second this request, it's a pain to not know the filename in case you have the same title multiple times.
@tdelios you should try https://forum.recalbox.com/topic/9265/soft-gamelist-editor
it's a very handy tool to keep your gamelists tidy. also, I requested the filename to be displayed from the programmer and he was kind enough to implement this feature. I think it wouldn't hurt to have it displayed in recalbox/EmulationStation also