We need more people to code and help with decryption type things! Hello, My Name is Kyler Loudermilk. I am currently developing a team of coders to work on a Nintendo DSi Homebrew channel, for the Nintendo DSi. Our goal is to provide DSi users the capability to download 3rd party software into their console free of charge. We are aiming to use an SD card to copy the DSi Homebrew Channel to the DSi Menu, just as you would any other DSiware game you have copied to your SD card. Although a program to patch the DSi Homebrew Channel to make each individual DSi think that you bought the application from the DSi Shop Channel may be needed, we hope to make this a very easy installation for people who may not know very much about computers (on the official release). If you would like to help please send me an email back. (email@example.com) Regards, Kyler Loudermilk So far I have contacted Yasu, from Yasusoft. Jay Freeman from saurik Note, you must know how to use DevKitPro, DSLazy, and C++. Beta Testers are welcome, but be advised there is only room for a good dozen or so. (Not that I don't expect this to get leaked because it will) Anyway if you are interested in joining the crew contact me at my email above. You may also PM me. Thank you for your time! UPDATE 4.10.09 11:52 PM PST - I have successfully extracted WarioWare: Snapped into arm7.bin, arm9.bin etc. UPDATE 4.11.09 7:05 PM PST - For all of you who might be thinking that they are going to test this out on a DSi flash cart, I don't think that that is possible because the DSiWare games are meant to play on a DSi, not DS, and we are making the Homebrew Channel act like a DSiWare game. That being said, the DSi Flash carts play DS games, not DSiWare. This will (most likely) have to be tested on the DSi Menu after copying it from the SD card. But first we have to figure out how the DSiWare games are coded and find out how to bypass or crack the DSiShop signature/ ticket situation. This may take a very long time. UPDATE 4.11.09 7:17 PM PST - Art/ Logos/ Images for the channel, post here: [url="http://milkgilk.comze.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=20[/url] UPDATE 4.11.09 5:45 PM PST - Dan has found the proxy settings for the DSi firmware. "I think we can probably work off some of the Wii stuff now. It seems quite similar." UPDATE 4.14.09 9:49 AM PST - It seems my thread has captured some attention throughout the net. I have actually made contact with one of the Wii Homebrew channel developers, Cashman. We are looking toward a possible exploit and also a better more efficient way to extract the .bin files. A lot of people are saying I have no idea what I am doing. Truthfully I am not so familiar with the way things work on the DSi, and it seems the only one that does know anything about hacking the DSi is Yasu. So if anyone has any bright ideas feel free to let me or CashMan know. Remember, this is how every project starts, first we must figure out how things work before we can "hack" them. Thanks to all who believe in this project and are willing to help. I know we can do it!