DSi Homebrew APPS PROGRAMS

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  1. alejolink11
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    Can someone redirect me to a good website for alot of dsi homebrew apps? Please and thanls [​IMG]
     
  2. Fudge

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    http://www.ds-scene.net/?s=download
     
  3. RiderLeangle

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    Either the DSi finally got hacked and I didn't know it or that's not what he asked...
     
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    There's no DSi homebrew. Currently not possible.
     
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    hax the dsi hurry up
     
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  7. Fudge

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    I assumed he meant homebrew apps for the DS to use on there DSi.
     
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    DSi Homebrew = Unicorn = Harry Potter = Magic = Nonexistent
     
  10. tijntje_7

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    There is actual DSi homebrew.
    But it's on the internet.
    There was this specific site made for the dsi.
    They made a chat, a painting program.
    Forgot the name [​IMG]

    Oh and there is this online game. Which I forgot the name from.
    Tinyrpg?

    But that's online soooo... yeah
    [​IMG]
     
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    I was unaware all these years that Harry Potter was a unicorn. How did I not notice? [​IMG]
     
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  13. Beige

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    Not that simple. Be patient.
     
  14. EpicJungle

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    Heh.

    Thats not homebrew, that's just the classic hack exploit thing, and the cooking coach exploit thing [​IMG]
     
  15. ChuckBartowski

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    About this thing... what is up with it? Is it not a full hack or something? Because it seems like it would be. Is it just that no one is using it?
     
  16. twiztidsinz

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    If I understand it correctly, the exploit is limited by what is injected into memory...
    So Exploit+Code must be under a certain size with the exploit taking up a fair bit.
     
  17. DeltaBurnt

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    Yah, it's limited to ASM and a certain size since it must be injected in the .sav file.
     
  18. Beige

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    From what I remember, there were about one or two games made. Honestly, the save chip size leaves very little space to work with. People dropped it because of the lack of potential basically.

    Team Twiizers was making some level of progress last I checked, but it was far away from being anything. It was more of a proof of concept at the moment. Their last posts really covering anything was about how they tore down a DSi and hooked it up to so RAM dumping circuitry so they could get a pretty hardcore analysis.