TheBa Registered User
#1

Hey guys, sorry for the pure beginner question.

I just put a really old 'championship manager' game onto my android and my laptop by copying and pasting the installed game from my mate's computer.

On my laptop, I play it through DosBox, so i downloaded this app to my android too.

To play the game on my laptop, I do the following from the first prompt ....

- mount c c:\cm2
- c:
- cm2

As this game is just inside the c drive, this works fine.
However, as I am pretty clueless, I have no idea how to access the same folder in my android's hard drive.

I'm pretty sure this is a terribly simple thing to do for anyone who knows anything about androids.

Cheers guys

Atomic Pineapple Registered User
#2

You'll have to access the SD Card instead I'd imagine, there's no "C" drive on an Android device as such

TheBa Registered User
#3

draffodx said:
You'll have to access the SD Card instead I'd imagine, there's no "C" drive on an Android device as such



Thanks.

Do you know what i would have to type in at the prompt to get at the SD card?

Atomic Pineapple Registered User
#4

Try this:

cd /sdcard

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TheBa Registered User
#5

draffodx said:
Try this:

cd /sdcard


Cheers. I'll give that a try this evening.

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