DS WEB BROWSER

Discussion in 'NDS - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by schkorpio, Dec 17, 2007.

Dec 17, 2007

DS WEB BROWSER by schkorpio at 12:06 AM (4,992 Views / 0 Likes) 19 replies

  1. schkorpio
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    Hi Everyone,

    Just wondering if anyone can recommend a web brower for the DS, i have an R4 so a home brew one is prefered - ive dont a bit of searching but i can't seem to find any that are finished.

    Cheers,
     
  2. kellyan95

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    The DSOrganize web browser is probably the best homebrew one out
     
  3. schkorpio
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    cool thanks ds organise works a treat [​IMG]
     
  4. Viettxboii

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    Sorry to add but does DSorganize require the extra ram?
     
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    Sweet, so only hte official browser (opera) requires the extra memory as cache
     
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    dang. i just wasted 20$ [​IMG]
     
  8. Mnshredder

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    I DL the nintendo ds lite browswer havent installed it yet, is it worth it. I also dl the DSorganize.
     
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    When you say extra memory, I assume it just takes it from the microsd card in the M3??
     
  10. Jackreyes

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    no.
    the gba cart has extra RAM in it, it takes it from there
     
  11. jono_

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    what features does the ds organise have compared to the official?
     
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    well, DSorganize is ok, but viewing the websites can be a bit annoying as they don't view properly,
     
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    yep ds organize or bunjaloo.
     
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    can you post some screens of bunjaloo in action?
     
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    THere is also Okiwi DS homebrew browser tho I haven't seen any updates for it in awhile and last I knew it didnt properly display images...only text.

    And there is the DSlinux web browser if you want to get DSlinux up and running, which might require a ram expansion anyway I'm not sure...

    Also DS Hobro is a browser but it works by using your computer to download all the files then your comp shares them with the DS.

    I also looked for bunjaloo in action but to no luck. I still use the DS browser despite trying all these things. DSO would probably get my vote for the homebrew browser tho,
     
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    There are some benefits to the homebrew browsers, even though they often display pages wrong:
    You can download stuff. Let's say you're at a hotel, and they offer free wifi. You connect with your DS, and download that latest 'homebrew', you wanted. Then you can play it without even being online. Or you could listen to Shoutcast via DSO, or download music, pictures, even videos if you've got ALOT of time to kill. Although, most people probably have laptops, and most people probably don't care about waiting. So my summary:
    DS Web Browser for surfing.
    DSOrganize for downloading.
     
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    DSOrganize is a nice palm-like application, while the Nintendo DS Browser is focusing on the internet navigation.

    If you looks for something closer to a computer rendering, go for the Nintendo DS Browser. If you plan to download web files, go for DSOrganize.
     
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    My DSorganise browser never loads the page and when it does it takes a million years and it screws up all the time. Any idea why anyone?
     
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    I have a DS Lite, so I use the official browser. For me to use homebrew, the router has to be set to channel 10. So I wouldn't be able to use a homebrew one out of the house.
     
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    DSOrganize+DScompress = you can DL and extract .zip file
     

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