How do you do this.

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by klaw224, Aug 27, 2008.

Aug 27, 2008

How do you do this. by klaw224 at 10:24 AM (1,044 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. klaw224
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    well im wondering is this possible? if it is how do you do it?

    You make a file in the computer

    You place the file in your DS

    You use a DS homebrew to open it.

    My question is is this possible?

    and if ever how do you do it?

    if possible please give me a source code for this type of homebrew [​IMG]

    and what is DLDI have to do with this?
     
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    Errr.. what?..
    it all depends on what type of file it is, and what you're going to use it for..
    i.e you can put a NES rom on DS, and play it thru a emulator.. so.. what's your question?
     
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    well it depends what kind of while you are talking about--

    many of the music formats and pics,HTML files,.txt files and many more can be opened from DsOrganise
    and .pdf files etc can be opened through the E book reader for the ds

    please be specific of what kind of files you are talking about [​IMG]

    -VISHI SO FISHI- [​IMG]
     
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    Classified i dont want to tell anymore [​IMG]
     
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    Don't most cards have .txt readers built in? [​IMG]
     
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