Updating EmuDeck can seem daunting, but it’s actually a quick and easy process. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps to upgrade your EmuDeck from v1 to v2. We’ll also cover how to uninstall EmuDeck v1 before installing the new version.
Updating EmuDeck from v1 to v2
- First, let’s take a look at how to uninstall EmuDeck v1.
- Enter Desktop mode on your Steam Deck and double-click the Uninstall EmuDeck icon from the Desktop.
- You’ll be prompted with the message “Do you really want to uninstall EmuDeck?” Select “Nope, I want to uninstall EmuDeck.”
- Next, you’ll want to remove all the Steam Rom Manager entries.
- To do that, click the “Launch SRM” button. From there, click on the “Settings” option on the left sidebar and then click the button on the right that states “Remove all added app entries.”
- Once you see the toast message “Entries have been removed,” you can close out of Steam Rom Manager.
- After that, you’ll see a dialog that states “This will delete EmuDeck.” Click the “OK” button without selecting any of the options.
- EmuDeck will begin to uninstall. Once you see the “Done!” dialog, click the “OK” button. EmuDeck is now uninstalled.
- Now that EmuDeck v1 is uninstalled, you’re ready to install EmuDeck v2 to install this you can also see EmuDeck Guide: A Step-By-Step Guide To Install Emudeck in Steamdeck
- The process is similar to installing any other software on your Steam Deck. First, visit the EmuDeck website and download the latest version of the software.
- Then, simply double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install EmuDeck v2.
- One thing to keep in mind is that the folder structure for EmuDeck v2 hasn’t changed from v1, so you don’t have to worry about moving your bios and ROM files.
It’s important to note that EmuDeck v2 may require a different set of bios or rom files than v1, so be sure to check the EmuDeck website for the most up-to-date information.
In summary, updating EmuDeck from v1 to v2 is a straightforward process. First, uninstall EmuDeck v1 by following the steps outlined in this article. Then, simply download and install EmuDeck v2 from the EmuDeck website. Keep in mind that you may need to update your bios and rom files for compatibility with the new version.
I am having difficulty following the instructions provided, where can I go for assistance
If you are experiencing issues, we recommend checking the Common Issues section of our website. We continuously update this section with feedback and solutions to common problems. There is a good chance that your issue has already been addressed. If not, please feel free to leave a comment on our video and we will do our best to assist you.
How simple is the installation process for EmuDeck?
It is recommended that you have a microSD card installed and properly prepared before attempting to install EmuDeck. While it is possible to install EmuDeck onto the internal SSD, we suggest using a microSD card as it is more cost-effective and a more suitable option for emulation. The installation process for EmuDeck is relatively straightforward and typically takes around 20-30 minutes, depending on the number of games you choose to add. We recommend being selective with the games you add, at least initially.
The installer is a script (text file) that needs to be run. To do this, right-click on the Install EmuDeck icon and select properties. Under the Permissions tab, check the box next to Is executable and click the OK button. Try running the installer again. If you are unsure how to right-click, please refer to the Steam Deck Reference for further guidance.