Didn't see this in the DSI FAQ

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Sep 12, 2009
  1. Nasedase
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    So do the DSi cart's utilize the fact that there's an SD slot on the DSi now? Would I be able to put all my games or music on a 32 gb SDHC and then play them on the cart? Micro SDHC's are just so expensive and they don't make 32gb one's and I badly need a portable music player so this is really a make or break thing for me.
     
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    Member Law rip ninjacat that zarcon made me

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    It's a gaming system, not a portable music player. Go get a goddamn iPod.
     
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    Lol u mad?

    from wikepedia - "The in-built audio player feature called "Nintendo DSi Sound" serves as a voice recorder and music player for AAC audio and some of its filename extensions (.mp4, .m4a, .3GP)"

    "The in-built audio player feature called "Nintendo DSi Sound" serves as a voice recorder and music player for AAC audio and some of its filename extensions (.mp4, .m4a, .3GP)"

    "The in-built audio player feature called "Nintendo DSi Sound" serves as a voice recorder and music player for AAC audio and some of its filename extensions (.mp4, .m4a, .3GP)"

    "The in-built audio player feature called "Nintendo DSi Sound" serves as a voice recorder and music player
    for AAC audio and some of its filename extensions (.mp4, .m4a, .3GP)"
     
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    I need some actual help
     
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    Just because it can play music, doesn't make it a dedicated portable music player. Quit your trolling.
     
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    I didn't EXACTLY add that but it's implied I think...I think I might have to add that into the FAQ...(if I didn't already kinda stupid of me to not :\).

    But uh no the flashcarts currently cannot take advantage of any of the DSi's features because no one has fully unlocked DSi Mode.
     
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    Hey Nasedase do you know what is Search Engine mean?
    Just search the WAV*cough*MP3*cough*Converter
    Install the prog.
    and convert you *MP3(or what) to *M4A
    Put the files on your SD Root or in your folder
    Open your DSi and select the DSi Music
    and you what to do next.... [​IMG]
     
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    LOL What are you talking about? You're a troll.

    It plays music, that makes it a music player. It doesn't say it's a good music player, but it is one. Accept it, it's a fact. Just because you don't like the DSi as your portable music device doesn't mean it isn't one. Open the eyes and see reality, dude.
     
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    ... That's what he was saying! Read it. He said that it is not a dedicated music player. Not that it can't play music.
    You are just agreeing with him.
     

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