1. saxamo

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    Does such an app exist? the closest i've come to it is ds wifilib or something. It's fpr wardriving. So is there an app that takes you to the firmware wifi stuff?

    Thanks!

    P.S. I'd love to writ emy own program, but i don't know sh*t about coding, and anywhere i look for starters, requres some exisiting info! waaaah
     
  2. omegatr0n

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    do you mean like a wifi id changer or somethign...kinda like the Machine Id changer for ps2?
     
  3. saxamo

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    No, like you know whenr you play mariokart DS, or star fox, and you go into the wifi connection settings...?

    THAT screen.
     
  4. science

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    Why can't you just use the one thats in the game?
     
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    Well the thing is...that I use a lot of homebrew wifi apps, and i don't want to hsave to carry a wifi game around just to get to that wifi config screen.
     
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    Um, I seem to remember this one program, it was a VNC client for the DS, but it had an option to wardrive and stuff, if that's what you're talking about. I don't remember what it's called, but I think it was the first VNC for the DS. I'll look arround my desktop to see if it's on there, and get back to you if it is.

    Blam found it, it's called Pointyremote.
     
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    If you're using homebrew, that means you have a flashcart. Just put one of the games with the wifi screen on it
     
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    LMAO did you even read my post? XD I said i don't want to carry around a game just for that. Oh well, I guess I have to then.


    ok topic closed!!! YAH
     
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    I meant put the ROM on your flashcart. You know, the flash cart that has your homebrew on it? It can run ROMs too! Wifi ROMs! This way you don't have to carry arround a game!
     
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    I meant on the flashcart. i know, i'm silly, i'm bad i'm bad.
     
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