Hacking How the 3ds handles compatability mode

lightning099

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The main reason i started this is because i want to know exactly how the 3ds is emulating the ds's hardware. Assuming it is, what limitations are being set? Are we able to access more than 4 mb of ram or is it sandboxed?
 

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Ok this is, thank you for the posts, knowing this, can i assume that everything from how the system does memory management on the ds is also mimiced?
 

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Indeed, it's the same as a DSi, but it still recognizes the HOME button, which brings up a menu in which you can return to the Home menu (exit the DSi mode for good) or change the back-light.
 

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I know from first hand experience that the DSBricker WILL fullbrick ALL DS AND DSi functionality on the 3DS. It was a neat experiment XD
...? ok explain me that :blink:
He ran DS bricker on his flashcard and it wouldn't allow him to access DS/DSi mode anymore. It would show an error I think. DSiWare didn't run either IIRC. He has videos I'm sure he'll post/link you to. Or you can look for the DSBricker on 3DS topic.
 

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