Bunjallo?

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Feb 23, 2010

Bunjallo? by Inuuto at 5:16 PM (1,096 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Inuuto
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    About how fast does a file download on Bunjallo browser? )For example an mp3 file downloads at about how fast?) Also can you put Bunjallo on Acekard 2i? Thanks in advance.
     
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    Acekard supports it and the max the DS will do is 14kbps.
     
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    How long will it take me to download a 55mb file? Can i still go on other tabs/pages while a file is being downloaded? Please provide pictures.
     
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    An average MP3 file is about 5mb?

    5 * 1.000.000 * 8 bit/byte = 40000000 bits
    (Yes i know a mb is not exactly 10^6bytes.)
    Using the 14kbps N64Temp says is the limit:

    40000000 bits / 14000 bits/sec =2857,14 seconds.
    2857,14/60=47,61min.
    47 min and 0,61*60=36,6 seconds.

    Soo 47min and 36 seconds to download an average mp3 file ^^ With 14kbps.
     
  5. DanTheManMS

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    When N64Temp said kbps, he meant KBps, or at least I'm assuming so. At 14 KBps, a 5 MB file would take about 6 minutes to downlooad. Not particularly speedy or anything.
     
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    @WioWao: Your math is a bit off.....

    GB -> MB -> KB -> B are all x1024, not 1000.
    DS's speed is in KiloBytes (KB) not Kilobits (Kb).

    5 MB = 5120 KB = 5,242,880 Bytes
    5120 KB / 15KBps = 341.33 sec = 5.68 min to transfer a 5MB MP3.


    And that's with a 15KB/s speed.
    Monroeworld gives a speed of ~19.5KB/s which is a fairly consistent real-world speed in my experience with backing up/restoring games/saves/etc using NDS Backup Tool (Wifi) as well as downloading images with Bunjaloo
     
  7. WioWao

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    Oooh i couldnt understand why it would be so slow either. I remember dumping 32mb games didnt take that long ^^
    Yes yes know the 1024 part allready said that [​IMG]
    Thanks for correcting it. [​IMG]

    Edit: Ah danthemanms has the answer to why i was confused! [​IMG]
     
  8. OtakuGamerZ

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    From what I heard DS linux's browser can get up to 100KBps, but I've never gotten it to connect to wifi.
     
  9. choconado

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    I can't even get DSLinux off and running. (i'm an idiot) If you lived in the days of dial-up, Bunjaloo is nearly acceptable.

    I could get an 8Mb file (electroplankton, for the record) to download in approximately 12 minutes.

    In another thread, I recently asked why Bunjaloo was so much slower that Linux, and it sounds like if the programmer took a good look at the latter, he could use the faster wifi libraries too.

    Now if only he would implement tables...
     

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