GameUP v1

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  1. Another World
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    [​IMG] GameUP v1
    New NDS Homebrew
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    GameUP allows the user to rate, download, DLDI patch, and flash via WIFI their favorite supported homebrews direct to their flash linker. The application currently supports 331 homebrew projects and all DLDI compatible flash linkers. For a full list of supported titles and more information, please view the source page.



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  2. anaxs

    anaxs got milk, got candy

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    your moms jeans pocket
    this is pretty awsome
     
  3. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

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    Wow. Nice app. The only thing similar to this is DSOrganise but I dont think that is updated regularly.
     
  4. Mr.Mister

    Mr.Mister GBAtemp Regular

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    I thought downloading stuff directly to your SD card can brick it or damage your flash card?
     
  5. kirby145

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    I'm not quite sure on this. I do know that on my acekard when I interrupted a download it got some errors and I had to run a checkdisk for like an hour to fix the card (without deleting any files)

    This was after attempting to format it multiple times, I found check disk was the only thing that fixed it lolz

    Oops this was a long story
     
  6. saxamo

    saxamo Spaaaaace!

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    WICKED AWESOME [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. Smartpal

    Smartpal The Guitar Guy

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    Awesome app, no more transferring files using the PC! [​IMG]
     
  8. .:Mik:.

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    Thank you [​IMG]

    About the data damage it could be possible ONLY if you make some strange operation (like poweroff the consolle while downloading/installing a file)...but it could happens even with every game both homebrew or commercial (try to power off the DS while game is saving and you wil see [​IMG])

    .:Mik:.
     
  9. hacker07

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    Dude this homebrew is awesome!! I Love This. This is one of the most useful homebrew I have ever seen. Thanks .:Mik:.! [​IMG]
     
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    You are welcome! [​IMG]
    I'm happy you like it...

    .:Mik:.
     
  11. zeromac

    zeromac Finally reached 1000 posts EXACTLY

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    Holy crap lol this actually works.. i was expecting to exploade
     
  12. themuddaload

    themuddaload Creepin' hardcore.

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    um, does this only work on supercard stuff?
     
  13. .:Mik:.

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    No...it works on all the flashcards that support DLDI.

    .:Mik:.
     
  14. themuddaload

    themuddaload Creepin' hardcore.

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    ok thanks, the whole " powered by supercard" thing made me wonder, since there have been homebrews before that only work for supercard
     
  15. Another World
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    @mik: if you start a thread for discussion please let me know via PM and i'll add it to the top post. if not then i guess we can assume that this tread will be for discussion, problems, and the like.

    cheers.
    -another world
     
  16. hacker07

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    So when is version 2 coming out?
     
  17. themuddaload

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    hey, ive downloaded a couple of homebrews with this, great work .:Mik:.
    it actually works on sakura too =)
    just a couple of questions...
    -why dont the "top40" games show their size.

    -concerning the whole "bork ur memory" thing, does that mean if the router shuts off or somesuch, that will break it, or is it just if you shut off your ds?
     
  18. Haterbait

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    I got this to work once and never again; although I did try numerous times as it seems like an interesting concept. Everything works fine until it gets to the "loading URL list" part, then it just keeps loading and loading and loading. I do notice that it does create a text file on the root directory of my SD. I have a Cyclods Evo but I hope that my problem is a consequence of my own error, this way, it is fixable
     
  19. .:Mik:.

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    Are you using a router connection or do you use an AP key such as WiFiMAX? It could be due by the number of users connected simultaneously to the server...let's do some other tests and let me know.

    @hacker07: I don't know...this first release is quite new by now [​IMG]

    .:Mik:.
     
  20. sanchox

    sanchox Newbie

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    i am truly glad that someone developed a bit of software such as this for the ds [​IMG] i tested it on a ds-x (gasp) and it works just fine, save one small problem. all downloaded files end up in the root directory of the card, while the ds-x requires .nds files to be located in the "apps" folder. so, it seems the only way for me to run the downloaded apps is to connect my card to my computer and shuffle the files around. certainly an inconvenience, but i still love the fact that you have created a centralized place to view and rate apps, see preview images, and download direct to the ds!

    if there were any way you could allow the user to select where the files end up, or perhaps hardcode a ds-x option, i am sure myself and the 8 other ds-x users would be greatful [​IMG]
     
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