Add OPK Files
OPK (Open PacKage) files are archive files that contains emulators, standalone games, applications or utilities along with all their associated resources like icons packed into a single file that does not require installation to be able to run them.
In the current (2.0.0) release of the FunKey-OS, the OPK files are only available for the gmenu2x launcher, and not in RetroFE.
Connect your FunKey S console to your computer and add OPK files as simply as you would do it with a simple USB memory stick:
|Connect the FunKey S to your computer using the provided micro USB cable, then open it to turn it on|
|At the launcher's main screen (example here with gmenu2x), press the key|
|Press the or keys until you see "MOUNT USB"|
|Press the key twice to confirm|
|"EJECT USB" is now displayed instead, now go to your host computer and open a File Explorer window|
|You should see the FunKey S appear as an USB drive on your computer in the File Explorer (example here with Windows 10)|
|Drag & drop the OPK file into any 1st-level folder1 in this USB drive on your computer and they will be automatically available on the FunKey S|
|Eject cleanly the USB drive from your computer|
|Back on the FunKey S, at the "EJECT USB" menu entry, press the key twice to confirm|
|Press the key to return to the launcher screen|
Of course, you can remove OPK files from the FunKey S console as you would do with a USB memory stick, too!
You can create additional 1st-level folders in order to organize your OPK files just like you want. ↩