After the Smash hit Super Mario Run had hit iOS late last year, fans of the game began to wonder if other Nintendo Classics could make it. Unfortunately, at about the same time the Japanese Giant confirmed that it had no plans to do so. Meaning that if you have an iPhone or iPad, you’re going to have to install Delta Emulator to be able to play them. In this article, we’re going to tell you how to do just that. We’re going to talk about a method called sideloading, and you don’t need to jailbreak iOS 10 to use it.

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Install Delta Emulator on iOS 10

With the sorry Apple caused the demise of GBA4iOS, comes Delta Emulator to replace it. Initially last year, the response to the news of a new Emulator for iOS and Android was met with positivity. However, the beta release was only available to developers, now, in 2017, it’s available to all. So, if you’re interested in learning how to install Delta Emulator Beta 4. Continue to read for requirements and the instructions.

Sideloading Requirements

The below list includes a set of requirements that you need to meet before moving onto the tutorial below. Please read through them and make sure each is fulfilled before progressing.

1. Begin by getting yourself a copy of the API file, without it, you can not install Delta Emulator. A copy can be found here.

2. To be able to progress with this sideloading tutorial, you need a tool which makes it possible. One such tool is called Cydia Impactor, it can be found here. Please make sure you select the version for either Mac, Windows, or Linux.

3. This last requirement, requires that you update iTunes, please do that now, and then move onto the tutorial.

Note: The following process will require that you read and repeat a set of instructions. As such, we suggest that you read each individually one at a time, understand, and then act upon it. This approach is a proven one and will prevent you from making any mistakes.

How To Install Delta Emulator Onto iOS 10 Without A Jailbreak

1. Take your iPhone or iPad and Connect it to Your Computer via USB.

2. One of the above requirements was to download Cydia Impactor, find it, and Run its exe.file.

3. Once Cydia is running, it will be able to detect your device. Go to the tools drop-down list and Select It.

4. Returning to the requirements list, you have the Delta Emulator IPA file. Find it and then Drag it into the Cydia Tool Window.

5. Next, you will be prompted to enter your Apple ID, if you have a paid developer account enter the details now. Doing so will mean you don’t have to resign the app’s certificate every 7-days.

Now, if you don’t have a paid account, all is not lost. You can get a Free Apple ID here.

6. While on the Apple site look for APP-SPECIFIC PASSWORDS, and then click Generate Password. Unlike the paid ID method, this one requires you to resign the apps certificate once every 7-days.

7. Now that you have entered your ID, Cydia will begin to install Delta Emulator using the sideloading method. You should now, be patient, leave your iOS 10 device and computer to do this.

8. Once the above task is complete, you will see a Delta Emulator iCon on the Home Screen of your device. Do Not Tap It.

Before you launch the app for the first time, you are required to Trust its Certificate. To do that, go to Settings >>> General >>> Profiles. Followed by Selecting the Apps Profile and then Trusting the certificate.

And that’s it; you have now been able to instal Delta Emulator onto on your iPhone or iPad as you would any other app. The fact that you have sideloaded it means, that even without a jailbreak, you no longer have to miss out on the possibility of playing classic Nintendo titles.