DS Organize?

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by mike1984, Nov 1, 2007.

Nov 1, 2007

DS Organize? by mike1984 at 6:39 PM (2,567 Views / 0 Likes) 31 replies

  1. mike1984
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    I've been thinking about adding this little app to my DS. Does it work well and is it practical at all? I read in another thread that a new version just came out. I went to dragon's website to read up how and what exactly it does and it wasn't really helpful.

    Anyways, what do you guys use it for? Do you use it daily and always carry it around with you? Does it allow you to schedule events and appointments and stuff like that? I use Rainlendar at home on my PC, not sure if you guys are familiar with that program, but if you are, is it similar to that?

    *The search function is not working on the site so I wasn't able to search for this info myself. Sorry!
     


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    [​IMG] Get it now!

    It's a wonderful homebrew that schedules your day, has a calender, web browser, calculator. It's basically like a PDA for your DS.

    [​IMG] Hail DSO!

    ~Nero
     
  3. mike1984
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    What are the limitations on the DSO browser? Is it any good? Can I read emails and send emails?
     
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    It's the best homebrew browser out there. It was one of the first to support images by using your SD/CF card as cache.

    Yes, you can send emails.
     
  5. Nero

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    Yep, it supports E-Mail.

    Just download the latest version and try it out.

    ~Nero
     
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    This is the COOlest homebrew out to date. And with the lastest release fixes music playback!
     
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    I downloaded it but it says that it can't find certain plugins. Are they included in the DSO zip?
     
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    Still displaying the same thing while on the root
    I got it from here.

    EDIT: Never mind. Got it working. Though when I try to type in my username to logging here, I hit enter to finish typing and it does the same as hitting enter on the computer, causing it to log in, but I havven't typed my password yet so it doesn't work.
     
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    This is one of the best homebrews out there. You can even download files off the internet with the web browser with the lastest version.
     
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    Wow, I try every app on my DS. Call it insane curiosuty, I have tried hundreds of hombrew apps and games on my DS.

    DSO isnt one I ever use though..
     
  12. PBC

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    Agreed. I love DSO for its vast array of functions...what I use it most for tho is renaming or moving files on my chip without bringing it back to the PC. ITS INSANELY useful if you use it right tho. You can run sega roms through plug ins. Text reader, Web, Organize...IRC....blah blah its just great.
     
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    how is sega games working? and by "sega", you mean GENESIS/Mega Drive ?
     
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    its cool and awsome
     
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    Can you explain in more than 3 word sentences, david?
    Dsorganize does many great things. It is an organizer, like it's name. It can create files, type up last minute essays and is a perfect bootloader replacement. I dont use it daily, but i use it often enough to say that it works well. To be able to browse text web and irc is very cool. Also, there are extra wifi slots just for Dsorganize! Dragonminded is a very talented programmer.
     
  16. Kingfield

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    Actually it is pretty cool! At first i thought it would be useless, but a built in image viewer and text editor makes it pretty awesome. No more need to connect your SD to the computer to fix up some config files.
     
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    I don't use it regularly like an organiser (and i like dsnotes best for taking notes), but it's an excellent piece of work, which probably should be on your cart anyway. it only takes up a few megabytes.
     
  18. macherie

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    From the sounds of it, sounds like a really neat homebrew application, with a lot of love gone into it. When i get a DS, which will be within the next two weeks, i'll take care to add this to my list of things to add xD
     
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    how you have reached to send emails? (you said it supports emails...)
     
  20. 1c3d3m0n

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    I find DSO pretty useful, but I wish that the GUI can be better, from the looks of it, it seems like some early beta stage program IMO.
     

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