There’s a new feature within JELOS custom firmware that will allow you to play local multiplayer between Linux-based retro handhelds running the same OS — no Wi-Fi required! This will be great when playing multiplayer games when outside of your home network — in a car, on a plane, and so on. In this video I’ll explain the process and help you get set up with your favorite handhelds.

JELOS custom firmware:
PowKiddy X55 starter guide:

Devices shown in this video:
PowKiddy X55:
Anbernic RG353V:
Anbernic RG552:

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00:00 introduction
01:11 JELOS setup
02:21 devices used in this video
03:49 setting up local netplay
05:54 NES demo
07:54 SNES demo
09:13 arcade demo
10:12 four-player arcade setup
11:10 four-player SNES/Genesis setup
13:20 Game Boy / GBC link cable setup
15:12 summary and conclusion

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