Acekard 2.1 Homebrew

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Mar 26, 2009

Acekard 2.1 Homebrew by WatchGintama at 12:25 AM (1,023 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. WatchGintama
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    i placed the ipod player onto my memory card and on the game screen it shows up as "DS Program File"

    how do i change it to say iPod?

    i know to press "select" but i want the company under the game name thing

    btw im using the AKAIO 1.4.1
     
  2. Another World

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    are you talking about the internal name of the homebrew?

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    uuhhh internal? o_o

    well i mean when inside acekard 2 it shows up as DS Program File and i want it to show as iPod but not iPod.nds (the name of the file)

    like:
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    @below Another World

    then i'm sure it's internal [​IMG]

    thanks ill search it
     
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    hitting select will change the different view modes. one is the name of the rom.nds, one is internal, one is list mode. which view mode are you using? if its the internal name, i think you can hack that. i know i read that one of the tools does it, but i don't recall where i read that.

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    In AKAIO 1.4.1, go into settings, then select hide file extensions.
     

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