DLDI driver for Mk5

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Feb 13, 2007

DLDI driver for Mk5 by zatelli at 2:20 PM (1,062 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. zatelli
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    DLDI driver for Mk5

    To be available shortly








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    Neoflash Team makes a smart move by opening its device to homebrew developers. Neoflash Team has indeed published source code for both FAT & USB PAD/USB Mouse. Both codes are reported to be working just fine.

    It's only a matter of time before a compiled DLDI patch to be available for download.



    [​IMG] MK5 FATlib source code

    [​IMG] MK5 Mouse source code


     
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    Uhmmm, the FATLib includes a DLDI driver already. Only thing being that the firmware it was built for is newer than the one MK5 ships with, and no firmware update has been posted (unless you switch to DSLinker firmware).
     
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    And upgrading to the latest DSLinker FW works fine [​IMG]

    The only thing that changes is the touchscreen background, displaying DSLinker

    I did the upgrade on my Express Card, in the DS GUI it still shows up as Express Card

    So since the MK5 is identical hardware i assume it is the same for MK5

    At least i now have the ability to run all Homebrew with DLDI support [​IMG]

    ThX Neoteam for the DLDI driver, Works fine on other cards based on the same hardware (like Express Card)

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    Are there any devices that still don't have dldi support


    P.S. 100TH POST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!
     
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    Yeah, EZ3 is the first that comes to mind.
     

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