Update: seems GodMode9i got NAND cartridge dumping support! ( can't post URLs yet: github DS-Homebrew/GodMode9i/pull/108 ) It's not quite released yet, but if you download the most recent GitHub Actions build artifact, you can unzip it and get...
If I'm not mistaken, DS homebrew simply cannot understand the SD card filesystem. This is why TWiLight Menu has a "ram disk" function. But I guess that's not relevant if you were able to get DSaveManager to work another way.
I could've misremembered, but I swear I dumped my WWDIY save at some point.
FWIW I don't see why this couldn't be implemented in the 3DS/DSi utilities now because GBATek has the protocol pretty well documented now...
A necroposting update on this (and it's not what you'd hope).
I tried to run DSaveManager on my DSi, and I got pretty far.
1. I only have a DSi, so I ran it via Unlaunch. (hold A on boot, select the NDS file, all that)
2. I don't have a...
@Sicklyboy decent soundbars do give *some* surround effect but this isn't surround and it doesn't try to be, so it's nothing more than ordinary stereo speakers put into a plank form factor which is bigger than separate speakers would be and not any more convenient since it's only stereo anyway. and you pay extra for the oversized case with nothing inside it
@The Real Jdbye, sure, my AKG headphones give a bit of a surround effect too because they've got a great fucking sound stage despite being stereo by nature lmao. But yes that's my point exactly. The only benefit to a sound bar is they generally "just work" (except for when they don't)