Custom m3 firmware?

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by spinal_cord, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. spinal_cord
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    I have seen a couple of variations of the m3 firmware here and had noticed that some of them have a .nds version of touchpod and/or iTouch.
    I was wondering how this is done? As there are both .nds and other files that both boot the same firmware I assume there is a way to convert between the two file types.
    If I had a .nds file that I wanted to use as m3 firmware, how would I go about it? is it possible to convert it to the group of files required to boot?


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  2. rockstar99

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    why not just set the file u wanna use to autoboot
     
  3. spinal_cord
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    1. I can't get autoboot to work at all.
    2. I don't want to, the less steps between powering up and the software loading, the better.
     
  4. rockstar99

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    ok well can you direct me to the toucpod.nds file your reffering to
     
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    rockstar99 Hi

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    oh yeah isakureal well what i think is that there is some .nds file renamed to .bin .dat or somthing somewhere in that system folder
     
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    put the Boot.ini into the system folder and the file you want as the Firmware renamed to "1.nds" into the \NDS folder