After installing the Damon Ps2 Pro Emulator on my rooted Samsung Galaxy S, I loaded up my Android Emulator and was ready to get started. The screen savers that come with the software are very helpful, especially when you need to switch from a specific application or look at various step by step guides. Once downloaded and installed, the Emulator starts off by booting up and displaying an android robot that guides you through the steps required to install your own customised Home Screen, which includes the installation of Google Android Kit Kat 4.2.
Next, I followed the step guide to "download new ps2 pro emulator on pc" and got an error message, which was "The system cannot find the files". I then clicked on "run" and was prompted to type in my username and password. I chose "administrator", but after a few minutes, the error message came back, saying "The given username and password are not valid", and then the process for installation of the software had to be started all over again. To make things worse, a message on the screen said "The browser you are using is either unsupported or not connected".
After losing several times trying to get the computer to read the files that it requires, I resorted to downloading the latest version of my favorite games like pubg. I also checked out the other free Microsoft Office applications, such as excel and word, and found that they also worked fine on a rooted Samsung Galaxy S. By this point I was pretty much convinced that my problem with the computer must be related to my memory card, and so I set about rectifying the problem by downloading a registry cleaner program for my PC. After downloading and installing the registry cleaner program, I restarted my phone and performed a deep clean with the registry cleaner, which removed all the invalid files from my computer's system, including the ones that had been causing the error on the PSP console. Within a few minutes, the error on the PSP was gone, and I could finally play my old favorite games like pubg again.