good ds browser for ackared 2

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Sep 13, 2010
  1. powerfull Tails
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    is there a good ds Internet browser for ackared 2 that does not use the ram pack?

    like one that i can log on to sites and chat (like gbatemp etc) surf the web and view images..(forget YouTube it ain't possible for what i know).
     
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    uh hmmm, have you tried google? I don't mean to be rude or anything.
    I know there's one that connects to your pc which caches websites, making them a lot easier to load, hence eliminating the use of a ram pak. Forget what it's called [​IMG] sorry!
    But other than that, homebrew browsers aren't top of the line. I think that in the DS family, the DSi browser is the best, and even THAT can't load GBAtemp properly.
    For chatting, I assume you would like to use MSN or something. For that, there's Beup Live, which is a very good client!
     
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    bunjalloo... it's a good browser for a homebrew [​IMG]
     
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    no there isn't. it only can be done by having a slot 2 card. the best ds browsers without a slot 2 card was DS Hobro but its pretty outdated or bunjalloo and seems to no longer work but your welcome to try it http://filetrip.net/f2653-DSHobro-0-4.html all you need to do is set up a wifi connection with a wifi compatible game like Mario kart and the settings SHOULD save on the ds itself and then just open the server app on your pc that comes with the download. hope it helped
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    Bunjalloo: http://code.google.com/p/quirkysoft/
    but i recommend getting an EZflash 3 in 1 slot 2 card and giving the official web browser a try
    EZflash link: http://shoptemp.com/products/EZ-3-in-1-Ext...-Lite-p-40.html
     
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    I looked into this a lot when I first got my card in August, this is basically what you can use:

    DSHobro: not very good for general browsing, need to be running a server on your computer, only displays a static image of web-pages

    Bunjalloo: best homebrew browser, can load images, but is a lot faster without them. gbatemp sort of works on it.

    DSOrganize browser: not a bad browser, but the application corrupts SD cards

    Okiwi: would have been good, interface looks good, but doesn't appear to be finished, as I couldn't get any websites to actually load

    DSLinux browser: text only, and the OS will likely have memory crashes without a memory expansion


    Then the official web browser, would be the best of all probably, if you got the EZ-3 in 1.


    What did you mean by chat?
     
  6. powerfull Tails
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    by chat i mean like logging on to gbatemp/super Mario world central etc.
     
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    I'm still not sure what you mean. If you mean real time chat on those websites, no, as there is no java/flash support (barely supports cookies,) but if you mean forums, like what we are doing here, yes, does work, but its not perfect.
     
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    there is actually a decent homebrew app for windows msn which is beup live
    http://beup.supercard.fr/
     
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    I wasn't talking about IM, there is a way to use pretty much all clients (AIM/MSN/Google Talk/ICQ/Twitter etc) in real time, without a web browser.
     
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    oh my apologies. then for forums only the official ds browser works but with the aid of an
    ez flash 3 in 1
     

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