File Sorter in the Nintendo DS

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by dilsiam, Jul 6, 2009.

Jul 6, 2009
  1. dilsiam
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    Newcomer dilsiam Newbie

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    Dear GBAtemp forum members:


    I would like to ask if is there a file sorter for DS? there is a homebrew sorter for PSP I use it on mine. Very useful for maintaining your DS organized putting your files alphabetically and the like.


    Thanks
    dilsiam
     
  2. stallonef

    Newcomer stallonef Member

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    This would acttually be very useful becase the ds doesnt really sort by any specific order. And i hate going to the computer and cuttingpasting to reorder.

    Any programs?
     
  3. volcomstone00009

    Newcomer volcomstone00009 Advanced Member

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    Maybe just get a program of that sort off the web for your computer, plug in your MicroSD, and organize...
     
  4. DanTheManMS

    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Most programs automatically sort alphabetically in the file browser, but for those who don't, you can sort your card with the FATsort program for Windows. There's also a homebrew app that runs directly on the DS that does the same thing, called "MCTool." The v0.16 version is DLDI-compatible, and it's what I use on my slot-2 Supercards since the Supercard menu sorts by the date you added the file to the card rather than alphabetical order.
     
  5. stallonef

    Newcomer stallonef Member

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    Oh MCtool works good
     
  6. player594

    Member player594 GBAtemp Regular

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    MCTool can corrupt your card very easily.
     

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