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MacOS Builds - The_Ur3an_Myth - 08-01-2020 08:00 PM

Alright so as the title suggests, this is a thread for providing links to the latest compiled version of PPSSPP for MacOS. I'll try to compile a new build each time PPSSPP is updated and post it here. Smile

N.B. If anyone is going to do some compiling too, make sure that you're using a version of MacOS that is older (I am using High Sierra), from what I've experienced on Catalina and Mojave, this ensures compatibility on later versions of MacOS (unless someone can correct me on this)


v1.10.3 ---> http://j.gs/23397563/ur3anmyth
(if above link is dead use this instead for v.1.10.3 ---> http://q.gs/23397563/ppsspp1103)

edit: set sharing settings on Drive to all because I'm a dumbass


RE: MacOS Builds - ClarkKent - 08-31-2020 03:23 PM

Thank you very very very much - this one works on my MacOS 10.9.5, too! Smile Smile


RE: MacOS Builds - The_Ur3an_Myth - 09-02-2020 05:35 PM

(08-31-2020 03:23 PM)ClarkKent Wrote:  Thank you very very very much - this one works on my MacOS 10.9.5, too! Smile Smile

You're welcome, glad to be of service Smile


RE: MacOS Builds - Meltonn - 01-11-2021 06:18 AM

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RE: MacOS Builds - Letitia - 01-18-2021 05:07 AM

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RE: MacOS Builds - tycooko - 02-08-2021 10:58 AM

(08-01-2020 08:00 PM)The_Ur3an_Myth Wrote:  Alright so as the title suggests, this is a thread for providing links to the latest compiled version of PPSSPP for MacOS. I'll try to compile a new build each time PPSSPP is updated and post it here. Smile

N.B. If anyone is going to do some compiling too, make sure that you're using a version of MacOS that is older (I am using High Sierra), from what I've experienced on Catalina and Mojave, this ensures compatibility on later versions of MacOS (unless someone can correct me on this)


v1.10.3 ---> http://j.gs/23397563/ur3anmyth

edit: set sharing settings on Drive to all because I'm a dumbass
I've literally subscribed to the forums just to thank you! The official macOS build
was giving me (Big Sur 11.2) audio problems, with horrible crackling and popping every 3 seconds on several games I've tried. I have given a shot to all workarounds I could find, including deselecting audio sync, activating all speed-up options, lowering the resolution to the minimum and activating frameskip. I was about to give up and use OpenEmu for my PSP games, which is very fine, but it isn't customizable at all; no enhancements, no cheats, not even language selection (I use European roms).
With this version you've compiled, everything seems in good working order! Thank you very much!


RE: MacOS Builds - The_Ur3an_Myth - 02-20-2021 07:42 AM

(02-08-2021 10:58 AM)tycooko Wrote:  I've literally subscribed to the forums just to thank you! The official macOS build
was giving me (Big Sur 11.2) audio problems, with horrible crackling and popping every 3 seconds on several games I've tried. I have given a shot to all workarounds I could find, including deselecting audio sync, activating all speed-up options, lowering the resolution to the minimum and activating frameskip. I was about to give up and use OpenEmu for my PSP games, which is very fine, but it isn't customizable at all; no enhancements, no cheats, not even language selection (I use European roms).
With this version you've compiled, everything seems in good working order! Thank you very much!

You're very much welcome, the issues you were having were probably fixed after the version you were using. I also didn't think it would work on Big Sur and that the developers would need to accommodate for it but I guess compiling on an older version of MacOS is the best solution for now. Glad its working for you Heart