Before you begin, you will need to prepare a USB flash drive as storage.
On a computer, format the USB stick to a FAT32 format (see pic below). Create a folder called games (case sensitive), and inside games another folder called download (see pic below) within the USB flash drive. PLUG the USB drive into the Bottom USB port and the console will recognize it automatically > U disk mounted will display.
The console will now read and download from the USB drive. If done correctly, the games on the title screen should disappear because your new storage device is empty. If you wish to play the games from within the console, simply remove the USB flash drive so the original games will show up again as the console is now reading from the internal memory!
Manual Installation, for more info refer to the video tutorial on page 12-13 of the user manual PDF (Requires an external Hard Drive)
The Games market is like the App store, you can visit and install whatever Games you like into the system, Simply Select and Install. It was built for simplicity and ease of use for our users.
Alternatively, if you have any games you can't find in the games market, you have the option to install them manually. You will of course have to find the game files on the internet. But this greatly expend your games roster to infinity.
Manual installation is for advanced users (since you have to find the files you want, and on a computer manually put that into the hard drive). Alot of our customers may not be comfortable going through the extra steps. They simply want to play, which is cool and fine... But here are the steps for you adventurers out there :)
Format an external hard drive (exFat format) and you create a folder named games, and then another folder within games named download (case sensitive lower case)
Find game files supported (see below image) and put the files into the download folder of the external hard drive, plug that into the bottom usb port and the console will run the game if compatible. Now go to the consoles Settings > Games Settings > External Games Management > select the game file > Choose the emulator for the specific game file (ie fileabc.gba = use GBA). Now go back to the main title screen and it will show up!
These are the gaming platform and files currently supported with manual installation:
Other useful info
There are 2 usb ports on the console, the top one is for connecting another console (4 joysticks), the bottom is for usb devices and controllers.
Read the user manual PDF. There are lots of customizations with the console to be honest and you can play whatever games you want essentially as long as the file is supported.