dsl lite as an mp3 player

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by kikiwoo, Sep 24, 2007.

Sep 24, 2007

dsl lite as an mp3 player by kikiwoo at 6:40 PM (1,239 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. kikiwoo
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    Newcomer kikiwoo Newbie

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    So i'm already using my ds-x in slot-1 for games. Whats the best slot-2 for mp3 storage that wont stick out ?

    I've narrowed it

    -M3 Perfect Lite microSD

    -SuperCard Lite microSD

    -and EZ-Flash IV Lite

    hmm... [​IMG]
     
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    Member becker2384 GBAtemp Regular

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    I do not think that it is a matter of flash carts. It is more the method in which you play your mp3. I have been using DSOrganize but it glitches after a song or two. Your best bet would probably to install moonshell in whichever slot 2 flashcart that you purchase.
     
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    Slot-2 cards tend to eat batteries, therefore they're not ideal for MP3 or movie playback... You can get an R4 and a 2GB MicroSD card for cheaper than an M3 (the least battery-eating choice) or with a 1GB card for the SuperCard

    - Sam
     
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    get another micro sd is my advice, i mean u can easily slide it in a empty slot in ur wallet
     
  5. TLSpartan

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    DS-X only has internal memory. You cant put in Micro SD's
     
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    I'm using my Ez4 for media things like that. Someone brought up the issue of batteries, is there a GBA app that plays mp3s? Perhaps that would elongate the battery life.
     
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    I belive all slot 2 devices use more batery life than slot 1 solutions.
     
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    Just upgrade to an R4/Cyclo with a 2GB/4GB card. I'd go with the Cyclo for more songs, though it will be expensive. Think in the $110-120 dollar range for a 4GB/Cyclo DS.
     
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    The GBA isn't powerful enough to decode mp3 files in real time. The best solutions are GBA GSM Player by Tepples and Music Player Advance. I personally prefer GSM Player myself.
     

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