How do I send music to my DS iPod Clone?

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  1. Bathing_Ape_Fan
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    I just downloaded it, and I'm clueless on what to do. >_
     
  2. JPH

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    You just make a folder and put your music in it or you can just put it directly on the memory card...that's how I done it.
     
  3. Bathing_Ape_Fan
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    Okay, I made the folder, now how do I put in on my Supercard Lite?
     
  4. OCI

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    Music goes from computer, -> to a Secure Digital Micro card, ->
    which is then inserted into your Super Card Lite, -> and finally, the SC Lite itself goes into the GBA Slot. : P

    After booting up the .nds file, the program will automatically search the card for any existing Mp3's.
     
  5. unabombie

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    do u really need a SC or SC Lite¿ [​IMG]
     
  6. Bathing_Ape_Fan
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    I just sent the iPod clone to my Supercard; but a blank, white screen appears.
     
  7. ZeWarrior

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    did you dldi patch it?
     
  8. Bathing_Ape_Fan
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    No. How do I? And I think I need a firmware and software update. Do you have the link? [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  9. NonStopInTheMix

    NonStopInTheMix GBAtemp Regular

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    you also need a folder that contains the skin files and a few other things in there that i dont remembe. but overall this homebrew has died, the devellopers are taking it slow. most mp3's have problems playing and keep fastworwarding. if you really wanna use this, you better convert all your music files to .ogg type.
     
  10. Urza

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    I've never experienced this problem.
     
  11. NonStopInTheMix

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    only about 3 out of the 20 mp3's i put on were perfect. the developers themselves say that the player has some problems with certain bitrates and etc but i guess its up to you if you wanna give this homebrew a test or not. otherwise, meh moonshell doesnt ever hurt, although ive emailed them several times asking they put in a freakin time display for the track duration [​IMG]
     
  12. thegame07

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    here read opiums guide about dldi patching : http://gbatemp.net/?showtopic=45157