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Master Powkiddy X55: A Comprehensive Guide to Starters


For gamers, the Powkiddy X55 handheld game console, which made its debut at the end of June, is great news. For players who are interested in the game console or have inquiries about its operation, we will offer comprehensive instructions in this blog.

In spite of its small size and compact design, the Powkiddy X55 boasts a large 5.5-inch IPS RGB screen. In order to optimize the level of immersion during gameplay, Powkiddy X55 suggests choosing a high resolution of 1280*720.

In terms of hardware, the powerful quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 Rock-chip RK3566 CPU ensures smooth gameplay. Users of the platform can post games in various file formats.

A wide range of simulators are also supported. CPS, FBA, FC, GB, GBA, GBC, NEOGEO, SFC, MD, PS, and N64 are some of these. The Bluetooth chip enables simultaneous wireless and wired connections for up to four controllers, so you may enjoy games with your loved ones.

A large-screen dual player with the same screen image quality is achievable with HD TV output. It allows up to 256GB of TF card expansion and improves the dual card slot.

TF Card Options

TF1+TF2 Card Slots

A 16GB microSD card preloaded with Jelos OS is the first TF card that comes with the PowKiddy X55. There are more models as well, including 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and expansion card-free.

These generic-brand cards have the potential to be more dependable. It is recommended that you replace your cards with micro SD cards from a reliable manufacturer to prevent them from deteriorating over time. You can store the original card in a safe place in case you run into problems later.

Since the system firmware is kept on the first TF card slot of the game console, a 16GB card is advised. A bigger card is needed for the second TF card slot, which houses the game data. You can use a single card to carry both sorts of data, or you can use a dual card SD to separate your games and system files. I recommend using two SD cards for convenience; you may use the second card on other devices that have this configuration.

For the second TF card, larger SD cards are advised, such as 128GB, if you intend to load every 8- and 16-bit game ever created, every arcade game that can be played, and an enormous amount of CD-based game files (Sega CD, PSX, Saturn, Dreamcast, and so on).

Other Accessories for A Better Gaming Experience

The quickest transfer rates are achievable using a high-quality microSD to USB adapter, and it won't harm your card. PowKiddy X55 can be connected to an external monitor using a mini HDMI adapter or mini HDMI to HDMI cable. This gadget is also compatible with a variety of Bluetooth controllers.  


List of Systems PowKiddy X55 Runs On

Here is a general list of the systems that can be played on the PowKiddy X55. Here is a list with more information. Performance may differ because games marked with an asterisk cannot be played on a system at maximum speed.  

Home Consoles:

Panasonic 3DO *

Atari 2600/5200/7800

Atari Jaguar *


PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16)

PC Engine CD (TurboGrafx-CD)

Nintendo Entertainment System

Famicom Disk System

Super Nintendo

Nintendo 64 *

Sega Master System

Sega Genesis / CD / 32X

Sega Saturn *

Sega Dreamcast *

Neo-Geo / CD


Sony PlayStation

Handheld Consoles:

Atari Lynx

Game and Watch

Nintendo Game Boy

Nintendo Game Boy Color

Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Nintendo DS

Nintendo Virtual Boy

Pokemon Mini

Sega Game Gear

Neo-Geo Pocket / Color

Sony Playstation Portable *

Wonderswan / Color

Home Computers:


Amstrad CPC

Atari ST

Commodore 64 (and C16/Plus4/C128)





ZX Spectrum

Arcade Systems:

MAME 2003-Plus

Final Burn Neo

Atomiswave *

Naomi *

It's best to name ROM files using the "No-Intro" naming practice. This practice is used by RetroArch and other emulation groups. When you load your games and remove their media, there's a greater chance that the box art will be added automatically if you utilize no-intro naming.

Look over the Libretro images directory if you have any questions regarding proper game naming conventions. The media for your game will download correctly if the name of your game matches the name of the thumbnail in that directory.

Updating BIOS files is also a crucial component of a ROM library. BIOS files are important for making sure that software can work on different systems. They are required for specific emulators such as GBA, Sega CD, and PS1.

Having the correct BIOS files can help these emulators run smoothly. You must locate these files on your own because they are copyrighted. However, a fast search for a RetroArch bios pack should point you in the right direction.

Here is a listing of the most common BIOS files:

GAME BOY (for boot logo):


GAME BOY COLOR (for boot logo):





disksys. rom

NEO GEO: (place in the NeoGeo folder)







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