Any DPG video players that run on the bottom screen?

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  1. Zowayix
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    The top screen of my DS is broken (most likely due to a faulty ribbon cable). Since I mostly use my DS as a media player, it wouldn't really matter to me, except that I can't watch any videos because they run on the top screen.

    Is there any DPG video player that runs on the bottom screen? If not, is there a way to change Moonshell so it plays videos on the bottom screen?
     
  2. nasune

    nasune GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Well, if I remember correctly, the original moonshell can play the file on the bottom screen (I believe by pressing select and removing the info screen that is now in the picture).
     
  3. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    There's a custom version of moonshell made for the same reason.
    I don't know where or what it's called, but I'm pretty sure that CannonFoddr or jurassicplayer know of it. They'll probably reply to this as soon as they see it.
     
  4. Stevetry

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    Well something like this happen to me moolight send me a version of moonshell that runs in the bottom screen but i forgot were i put it

    here the link i found it see if it works http://www.mediafire.com/?h7s4cx1h11sa3d6 is moonshell 2 also it haves a date limit in the moonshell so you may need to change you nds time
     
  5. CannonFoddr

    CannonFoddr Regular GBATemp Lurker

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    I've seen this, know of it - but never knew where to find it .... until now

    Did a GBATemp search & found this post which if you follow it down you'll see Jurrasicplayer posted this link of a special Moonshell2 - I guess you could try it out to see if it's what you want

    EDIT: dam it 'Stevetry' beat me to it
     
  6. jurassicplayer

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    Lol...I've had the file since Stevetry uploaded it the first time and it has had a spot on my computer ever since...but I was too slow in seeing the post xD TT-TT...
     
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    We're getting slow in our old age JurassicPlayer [​IMG] - that's why !! [​IMG]
     
  8. Zowayix
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    It says that the file has passed the expiration date of 8/31/2010, even if I set my DS clock back to before that.
     
  9. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    Erase Moonshell2 from your MicroSD/HC
    Set your DS date to some time before 2010/08/31
    Put a fresh copy of Moonshell2 on your card
     
  10. Zowayix
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    Zowayix GBAtemp Regular

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    When I set the date to before 2001, it gives me the expiration date message, but when I set it to 8/20/2010, the file boots.
    I'm OK with changing the date back every week or so, but it might get annoying.
    Is there a way to disable the expiration date?
     
  11. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    You should be able to go as far back as August.

    As for disabling the date, unlikely as Moonlight date and checksum protects the files.
    You'd have to crack whatever verification check is being done on the file (overlay.dll maybe?).