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Pokemon X Decrypted for Citra Working properly without black screen

Pokemon X Rom
Old top picks, for example, Charmander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur come back to battle the new type of Pokemon. Tend to your Pokemon with the Pokemon-Amie highlight that gives you a chance to encourage, pet and play to build your Pokemon Bond.
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Decrypted Roms are playable on PC with also you can find shared fonts here Citra 3DS Emulator


Release Date: October 12, 2013
Genre : Role Playing
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Game Freak
Region : EUR & USA (Region Free)Languages: Multi Languages 
Platform : Nintendo 3DS
Rom Type: Decrypted
During our reverse engineering efforts, it was found that Pokémon X/Y use AAC files for the music. So, to achieve feature parity between LLE & HLE audio, our developer B3N30 implemented an HLE AAC decoder. This makes Pokémon X/Y work at full speed, with audio, without using the slow LLE method. Currently this feature is only available for Citra Canary releases.
This feature depends on AAC codecs which, unfortunately, due to patent issues, we cannot include in the builds. You can get these files by following the instructions below.
Please note that this method might not improve audio or performance for all games that started working on LLE.


  • If you are using macOS, you don't need anything else. It will work directly.
  • If you are using Windows -
    • Note: Citra changed its way of loading DLLs in Canary build 1130. If you are still using Citra Canary 1129, you should update your Citra first before doing the folllowing steps.
    • Download this zip file - FFmpeg DLLs
    • Select Open Citra Folder in the File menu of Citra. It should lead you to the User Directory.Citra's user directory is where the emulator persists the emulated 3DS NAND, save data, extra data, and a host of other files necessary for Citra to run properly. The path of the user directory varies on different systems:
      • Windows, the path is C:/Users/[your-user-name]/AppData/Roaming/Citra/. Note that the folder AppData is hidden by default, so you need to change the configuration to view it.
        • in old version of Citra, the user directory used to be the user folder in the same directory as the Citra executable.
    • now extract the contents of bin folder in the ZIP, into the external_dlls folder located in the User Directory. You may need to create the external_dlls folder if it does not exist.


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