Apple iDevice April 12, 2017

Install NDS4iOS Nintendo DS Emulator on iOS 10 Without Jailbreak

iNDS is a great Nintendo DS emulator for iOS 10 that doesn’t require a jailbreak. It’s a well known NDS4iOS alternative with extra added features and full iOS 10 compatibilities. Most users are unable to install NDS4iOS as Apple revokes the signed certificate, or due to some other reasons. But if you are still looking ahead to grab the best Nintendo DS emulator, I bet this is it!

The App Store is filled with enough games but when it comes to classic gaming, it lacks Nintendo DS ROMs. For most of us, there’s only one solution to installing an emulator app on iPhone, iPad or even iPod Touch.

Requirements

  • This does not require a jailbroken device.
  • This app is signed and can be revoked at any time by Apple. If this happens the app will start to crash. To fix this, re-download the app and try again. If this does not fix the issue then try again in a few days.
  • You should only download games you own physical copies of to avoid breaking the law.

Download Links

Install NDS4iOS Nintendo DS Emulator on iOS 10 Without Jailbreak on  iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

  1. Navigate to this page on your iOS device (must be with Safari). Tap on the button of the top of the page labeled ‘Regular’. This should show a green ‘Download Now’ button. Tap on this download button.
  2. You should get a pop-up asking you if you want to install the Tutu Helper app on your device. Tap on the ‘Install’ button, and the app should begin to install on your device like a normal app store application.
  3. Once the app has been installed it will not open due to an untrusted enterprise developer error. To solve this open the Settings app and navigate to General > Device Management
  4. Tap one of the menus within this page until you find the one containing TutuHelper. Tap ‘Trust’ twice and the app will become trusted.
  5. Open the TutuHelper app, swipe to the right a couple of times, then tap the ‘Start Now’ button to go to the main menu.
  6. At the top of the app there should be a search bar. Tap on this and type ‘NDS4iOS’ into it. Once you have typed it, tap on the ‘Search’ button on the keyboard.
  7. The first option should be the official NDS4iOS application. Tap on this to load the install page for the NDS4iOS application.
  8. Once the pages loads, tap the green ‘Get It Free’ button at the bottom of the page (if there is an advert blocking it just tap on the X button above it). The app should now begin to download within the TutuHelper app.
  9. When the app finishes downloading, you should get a pop-up asking if you want to install the app. Tap on ‘Install’. It should now begin installing like a normal app store app.
  10. Once the app has been installed it will not open due to an untrusted enterprise developer error. To solve this open the Settings app and navigate to General > Device Management
  11. Tap one of the menus within this page until you find the one containing NDS4iOS. Tap ‘Trust’ twice and the app will become trusted.
  12. You should now be able to open and use NDS4iOS on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
  13. Once you open the app, you will be greeted with a blank list of games. This is where they will appear when you add games to NDS4iOS.

Adding Games

  1. Download and install the free zip rar tool application from the app store.
  2. Open the Safari app on your device and navigate to a website which you can download NDS roms from. To find one, simply search for ‘nds roms’ on Google.
  3. Find the download link for a game you want to download. Remember to only download games which you own physical copies of to avoid breaking the law.
  4. Tap on the download link for the game, and wait for it to load. When it does, you should get the option to either ‘Open in NDS4iOS’, or ‘Open in zip rar tool’ (if you get neither, tap the ‘More’ button).
  5. Once the zip rar tool app opens, you will be asked if you want to extract the file. Tap on the ‘OK’ button to unzip it.
  6. Once extracted, a folder should be created with the game’s name. Tap and hold on this folder to bring up a gray menu. In this menu, tap on the ‘Compress as zip’ button.
  7. Once the folder has been compressed into a zip file, tap and hold on the next file. In the gray menu, tap on the ‘Open in …’ button. In the menu that appears, select the ‘Copy to nds4ios’ option to add the game to NDS4iOS.
  8. The game should now be available in the ROM list. To play the game, simply tap on it!
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