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Some Android games don't identify themselves as such. You can enable them by going to the Android screen, selecting "Manage system" in the menu, then "Unignore files" and selecting the apps to display.
Hi - I'm not seeing any Android apps or games showing up in the 'Android' system. I've tried the above method, but it says '0 unignored files' and am returned to a blank index. I have a ton of legit games installed, so it's frustrating not to have them in here. Is there a path I need to point the system at? I have also tried moving my Android games between internal storage and SD card to see if it picks them up but no change.
Did you try to force a rescan all? Sometimes it identifies some Android apps, but some apps, like Playstore and Chrome, doesn't shows up at all.
I didn’t... as I have a lot of emulators and images/ROMs that I’d spent a fair amount of time curating in DIG, I didn’t want to do that in case I lost all the amendments I’d made (like box covers I’ve added, relocating files with the right system etc) for the sake of getting my Android games in there. I’d happily live without doing that if that’s the case, this is more out of convenience than anything (as it’d be nice just to autoboot DIG and not have to drop into the OS to load my Android games).
This has been resolved for me following the last update, seeing all Android apps as expected now.