Hardware How To Turn 3DS Into A...IPod? (MP3 PLAYER)

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No, Not An ACTUAL IPod.

But, This Musical Method Requries:

NO Homebrew, Unless If You Have It.

A SD Card For Your 3DS

Nintendo 3DS Sound

A 3DS

And A MP3 Song On Your Computer.

Put Your SD Card Into Your Computer, And On The Root Of The SD Card, Create A Folder Named
"Music".

Then Put Your MP3 File Into The Music Folder You Just Made.

Congratulations, You Have Finished!

Take Your SD Card Out Of Your Computer, And Put It Into Your 3DS.

Open Up Nintendo 3DS Sound, And Wait For Like, 30 Seconds, And You Should See The Music Folder Pop - Up.

Open The Music Folder, And Click On Your Music, And Enjoy Your Music!

THIS DOES NOT AFFECT HOMEBREW IN ANY WAY
 
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3DS sound can play a lot of files actually just fine, length limitations only apply to recordings on the system, not playback, so you can easily have 300+ full songs and listen to them whenever you like, that's common knowledge actually, so what's the point of this thread really?:/

3DShell can increase supported sound formats, but is still kinda meh... Now if there was a way to make your music play over a game's sound like systems such as the PSP can do, THAT would deserve a thread:P
 
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