Best Web Browser

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by gettogaara, Mar 9, 2009.

Mar 9, 2009

Best Web Browser by gettogaara at 10:24 PM (3,445 Views / 0 Likes) 22 replies

  1. gettogaara
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    Ok I'm just wondering here out of all of the different web browsers for the ds witch ones the best???
     


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    no expansion pack: DSOrganize - displays simpe images and text
    expansion pack: Opera Browser - Butt slow but displays everything

    Honestly web browsing sux on the DS, use an iPod touch or the DSi
     
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    I believe Bunjalloo is better than DSOrganize.
     
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    When people say Opera Browser, do they mean the official DS Browser?
     
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    Yes, that's what they mean.
     
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    i prefer ds organize (version 3.1124 or whatever) bunjalloo is faster but you can download files with dsOrganize
     
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    I want to try this bunjalloo
     
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    The Official DS Browser seems to limit wireless security to WEP only and not WPA. Is this a software limitation or hardware?

    Any idea whether Bunjalloo or DSOrganize allows wireless connection with WPA security in place?
     
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    ashes burn I don't know what u mean??? btw I downloaded Bunjalloo but when I open it in the ds it says this

    initalising FAT card OK
    /data/bunjalloo exists Failed

    and thats all whats up with that is it possibly the version is outdated I have 071 if that helps anyone
     
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    It's the Nintendo DS / DS Lite that does not support WPA, though this is possibly a limitation in the games themselves in addition to the DS/L. It's possible that some software will work with WPA on a DSi, but based on your signature, I have to assume you do not have a DSi.
     
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    Just wondering here if bunjalloo even works on the r4
     
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    Just don't use it, it really is pointless, but i hear that bunjallo is the best.
     
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    does bunjalloo work for the r4???????????????
     
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    You can download files with Bunjalloo. [​IMG]
     
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    can someone please tell me
     
  17. strata8

    Member strata8 Look! A pointless distraction!

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    Can you please stop spamming? If you want to know if it works, try it yourself.
     
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    Oh right...thanks for the reply. That's all I needed to know. And yes I have a NDSL and not NDSi, so I guess I can only stick to WEP only. [​IMG]

    Unless I decide to sell off the 'lite' for a new 'i' . But I'll have to get a brand new flashcart as well. Hmmm...
     
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    Protip: that probably means that /data/bunjalloo doesn't exist. Copy it from the folder you downloaded to your card and try again.
     
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    strata8 obviously I tried it before I asked it and if u go to page 1 UI said I had a problem with it

    Posts merged

    Wait I actually I posted it on the wrong one basically i got an error message
     

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