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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by mariogamer, Jun 15, 2016.
Does it is possible? I didn't find information about this...
No. Unless you got a flashcart. It will be a forwarder then.
But seriously just buy a $6 flashcard
Well there is someone currently working on a NDS emulator but it's not playable (yet)
It's playable on N3DS, but it's slow for most games. Dynarec is currently being implemented, so we will get speed improvement.
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No, it's not possible... for now™
Even if it was possible, the ROM would have to be modified in order to work, or else it will just white screen.
Offtopic: We should make a number counter to see how many threads have been made to ask the same question.
"can i play ds roms on my ds for free "
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Yes you can, you only need to have the cartridge, but it doesn't cost anything to play it
I was being sarcastic lol
I hadn't guessed, thanks
afaik when you run a ds game on the 3ds it simply clears any sort of 3ds code from the ram & cpu (besides the home button code), and it uses whatever resources are available (i wager about 96% available) to run the DS game
so, when a DS game is running, there aren't enough resources available to run the home menu in the background, any streetpass/spotpass programs, any online capabilities (besides the DS ones, but those are deprecated), and all that stuff
but the 3ds system reboots into "DS backwards compatability" mode, so any hacks you have running (e.g. gateway mode) get disabled
unless we can find a way to make the system not reboot when going into ds-mode (afaik a step which can not get removed), we will not get DS games through the home menu
serious question, can i play nds roms on my toaster?
No but you can use it as a controller, simply follow the tutorial below but plug the toaster into the SD card reader.
a toaster doesn't have a microcontroller, so no, you cannot.
it's just a bunch of high wattage high resistance resistors that convert mains power to themal energy
It's a joke