Add on moonshell

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Sarvesh50, Aug 7, 2008.

Aug 7, 2008

Add on moonshell by Sarvesh50 at 5:42 PM (1,134 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Sarvesh50
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    This maybe might stupid but i had an idea for moonshell.
    If you can play music on your phone and use bluetooth to trade it.
    why somebody doesnt make a app to trade music with the ds wireless communication as add on for moonshell. [​IMG]
     
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    I read a thread here, not so long ago, about some guys who kinda figured out how to share homebrew-software via the download-play feature. Maybe that's a step into the direction of sharing any kind of data through wifi [​IMG].
    But yeah, that would be aweomse ^^
     
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    jes with ds download and play there need to be a way to share but the problem is if you use download & play the data get dowloaded in 4 mb ram of the ds.
     
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    right, I think that was the problem, as the guy who came up with it only tested this "hack" with very small hombrews.
    Maybe you could create some crazy DS-wifi bit torrent to split the file into many little bits [​IMG]
     
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    i am just 15 i cant program [​IMG]
    i gonna learn it but for now no
    somebody else should try
     
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    The DS-to-DS wifi library is very much in beta, and as such it's very buggy and unstable. Furthermore, it transfers at less than 10 kb/s. Transferring files between DS systems is possible, and in fact it is one of the test applications of this library, but it's slow as heck.
     
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    but if you use dsorganize to download homebrew of his server you easy can get 20kb/s
     
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    But that's not DS-to-DS now is it? The library for connecting to a TCP stack (conventional Internet connection) is much more stable than the ad-hoc library for connecting two DS systems together without any other Internet access point.
     
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    ok that i didnt know but know i know sow it would be very hard.
     

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