Help on a couple of homebrew apps

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by anthony001, Jul 28, 2010.

Jul 28, 2010
  1. anthony001
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    Member anthony001 GBAtemp Regular

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    when someone says slot 1 they mean the one on top and not the one on the bottom right?

    how do i get bunjaloo and filemanager to work? what do i need to install first? does file manager need a server and wi-fi internet access?
     
  2. c_house

    Member c_house GBAtemp Regular

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    Yes, Slot-1 is where your DS Carts would go, Slot-2 is the GBA Slot at the bottom (not on DSi). As for the homebrew, I haven't used them myself yet, but try to see if you missed some files that had to go in the DATA folder in the root of your SD Card.
     
  3. Sir G

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    Sir, to get bunjaloo to work, you must first go to http://code.google.com/p/quirkysoft/ and click

    "download the latest release" of bunjaloo. Next, put the data folder into the root (/) directory of

    your micro sd card. After that, depending upon your flashcart, you will perhaps need to dldi patch bunjaloo.nds.

    Instructions for dldi patching can be found here:http://dldi.drunkencoders.com/index.php?title=End-user_instructions.

    Once the file is dldi patched for your flashcart, you should be able to put the .nds file anywhere on your micro sd card and

    launch it using your flashcarts os or any other loader (such as moonshell or dsOrganize). As for the other homebrew sir, I

    have not used it, so I cannot help you with it. I hope that I have helped, sir.
     
  4. padnoter

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    for FileManager please see instructions on www.greenacorn.co.uk
    It only needs wifi access (not internet) for PC to DS communication.
    DS to DS comms works using the DS nifi
    regards
    Padnoter
     

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