Hidden Files With M3 Real

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Aug 26, 2008

Hidden Files With M3 Real by Eggman32 at 4:54 AM (1,086 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. Eggman32
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    Just a quick question about the M3 real. If I make a hidden file will it still be shown in the real's file browser, or will it actually be hidden like it should be? Just wanted to know so I could keep all my files organized. Thanks for the response.
     
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    Can anyone answer this please?
     
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    As far as i know there is no hidden files function, they'll be like normal files.
     
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    I believe only m3 sakura has hidden file function.. so sorry.
     
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    oh, ok well that kinda stinks....i guess it's not that bad though, I just wanted to hide system files and such.
     
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    Why just not install the triple boot ?
     
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    So it is possible to hide any folder &/or files we want within M3Sakura, so that they are not visible when DS is on? How is this done?
    This would be helpful, to rid myself of those "useless" files & folders required by system & homebrews.
     
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    Just change them into hidden files/folders the way you normally would through your PC, then drag them onto the card. They will be hidden in Sakura, but still visible in M3 Real's old firmware.
     
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    Thanks, tried it and it works a treat!

    No more unsightly files & folders in Sakura. Gotta be happy with that feature.
     

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