Bandwidth and Dumping?

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Jan 12, 2009

Bandwidth and Dumping? by msab13 at 10:24 PM (1,167 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. msab13
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    Newcomer msab13 Member

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    Does anyone know if dumping a disk over wifi counts towards a bandwidth cap, just wondering if my ISP is gonna start asking what I've been doing this month...



    Also, wondering if there is a way to rearrange the order of the apps as they appear in the HBC


    Thanks..
     
  2. Matt93

    Member Matt93 GBAtemp Fan

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    No, the dumping goes through your LAN, it uses no bandwidth.

    I would suggest getting Homebrew Manager, a PC application for managing the apps on your SD card. I have version 1.4b, not sure if it has been updated. The homebrew channel displays your applications alphabetically by the name in the meta.xml. Homebrew Manager can edit the name, so if you just number them, you can change the order.
     
  3. ether2802

    Former Staff ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    it has nothing to do with your ISP, it works entirely on your network, to arrange the order in the HBC, open the meta.xml with notepad, and type 1 or 2 or 3 or XXXX, dependign of the place you want them, and then save the file, you'll have to do this with all your apps...!!! [​IMG]
     
  4. msab13
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    Newcomer msab13 Member

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    Thank-you both for the quick replies, I appreciate the info!!
     
  5. djtaz

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    This was asked during the weekend in a seperate thread - since your new people will help , but try to use the [search] before you post a new thread of youll start to get flamed - this is a great community , but we appreciate effort being made and not people posting the same things over and over
     

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