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RetroPie Image with Built-in Support for USB Audio, GPIO Controller Inputs, and DPI

I have tested these RetroPie images myself and included all the necessary software and settings.

Download and extract the compressed file using 7-zip.

These images should work with the tinkerBOY Controller v3.0 without changing anything.

In order to use the Adafruit Retrogame program for the GPIO controller inputs with the tinkerBOY Controller v2.0.1, v1.1, or v.1.2 you just need to uncomment the line # /usr/local/bin/retrogame & from /etc/rc.local and edit the file at /boot/retrograme.cfg to match your GPIO configuration.

The tinkerBOY DPI Adapter v1.0 also works with these images out of the box.

9 thoughts on “RetroPie Image with Built-in Support for USB Audio, GPIO Controller Inputs, and DPI

  1. […] Method 1: Download my pre-built RetroPie image. […]

  2. […] Download a pre-built RetroPie image with software at settings already […]

  3. […] Update: You can skip this guide if you’re using my pre-built RetroPie image. […]

  4. […] With the builtin usb serial communication of the tinkerBOY Controller v3.0 you can easily enable or disable Analog Joysticks through software. In order to do that, you need install the minicom program by following the instruction at tinkerBOY Controller v3.0: Settings or proceed if you’re using my pre-built RetroPie image. […]

  5. […] With the builtin usb serial communication of the tinkerBOY Controller v3.0 you can easily enable or disable Digital Volume  In order to do that, you need install the minicom program by following the instruction at tinkerBOY Controller v3.0: Settings or proceed if you’re using my pre-built RetroPie image.. […]

  6. I just finished my first gameboy zero using the tinkerboy 2.0.1 and it is running, but the controls are not working. Is it necessary to use the pressure built image to get them working? I am able to plug in my USB keyboard to navigate, but I’m not able to use the tinkerboy pad.

  7. I know the official RetroPi 4.4 has a firmware bug that causes composite video out to not work. Does this custom image have that issue as well? If so, how can I use the latest 4.4.1 official firmware and install the drivers necessary for this board?

    1. You must be talking about the 4.5 version. This image is 4.4. 😊

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