That’s right. First it was how to download GameBoy Advance games. Then it was how to download Nintendo DS emulators direct to your iPhone. Now we have got the lowdown on how to download and play PSP games on your iPhone 6 / Plus and all other iOS devices.
If you want to learn how, find out below:
- Launch your ‘Settings’ app.
- Go to General > Date & Time
- Turn off ‘Set Automatically’
- Manually adjust the date to a year or more before the current date.
- Launch Safari.
- Go to iEmulators.com
- Tap on ‘Apps’
- Scroll down to and tap on ‘PPSSPP’
- A new popup will appear. Tap on ‘Install’
- Just follow the onscreen instructions
- Launch PPSSPP
- You can now go back to Settings > General > Date & Time and turn on ‘Set Automatically’ to change to the correct and current date / time.
It really is that simple. You now have a fully working PSP emulator on your new iPhone 6 / 6 Plus. Because of legal issues surrounding the downloading of copyrighted material and creating and using PSP ROMs, we will not discuss how to get them.
This post is for educational purposes only. Any illegal activity that comes as a result of it is the sole responsibility of the person who performs it.
All recent versions of iOS have been capable of installing apps from outside the App Store using websites with the enterprise app distribution certificates. Apple gives these certificates to big companies so that they can distribute private iOS apps internally within the company.
More recently, developers have begun to use expired enterprise certificates to distribute apps that are no longer allowed to be published on the App Store, including apps like emulators for old game consoles, screen recorders, torrent downloaders and more. This is why apps like GBA4iOS and NDS4iOS required the “date trick” where you would pull the date back to a few weeks to install the app ‘before’ the enterprise certificate expired.
Unfortunately Apple has plugged this nifty loophole in the iOS 8.1. That means iOS devices owners cannot install apps from outside the App Store that use expired certificates. If you upgrade to iOS 8.1, you will be saying goodbye to these great apps. You’ve been warned.