homebrew ?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by magic_marty, Feb 18, 2009.

Feb 18, 2009

homebrew ? by magic_marty at 8:40 AM (901 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

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    Ok im kind of new to DS flashing so if this sounds retarded please disreguard ..I dont see what homebrew does other then look at files on the flash cart..thats all i can do with it is just select a file and look at it..and the DS organizer is the same way it dont do nothing eather..when i open it i just get a list of files and thats about it..i am concidering just removing them from my cyclo insted of them taking up space for no reason..
     
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    What about homebrew games? Homebrew media players etc?
     
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    well, there are alot of different type of homebrew, some of them are just games made by some people, whether others could be emulator like lameboy (gameboy/gameboy color emu) or just application that do stuff like msn/irc/ draw pictures and etc.
     
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    oops sorry i titled the thread wrong i meant insted of homebrew its the moonshell that i can only view files with. maybe i put it in the wrong place ? i put it on the root of the sd card.. like if i select a file with it i can see the data inside of the file ect... i tried the puzlemaniak game but never got it to play i guess i did something wrong perhaps ..
     
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    Moonshell is a media player. It plays music and video files.
     
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    for homebrew, generally, u just have to dump it at the root or u don't know what root means then just dump it after u double clicked on your drive, and they should work, unless of cos u need to put it in a specific folder, then in the read-me.txt, they should mentioned it...
     

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