iPlayer & YSMenu for commercial roms

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by phenoM, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. phenoM
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    Hi there !
    I've an iPlayer supercard (I bought it to play my old gba games [​IMG] ), but I know that it can't run commercial Roms.
    But I decided yesterday to give a try [​IMG].

    I've read the guide of Blackiris, installed Moonshell 2.1 and YSMenu, and followed step by step the install process ( for Moonshell and YSMenu ).
    So far, Moonshell works fine, YSMenu have no problems to start, but when I want to load a rom I got the error Unsupported DLDI Name and for any else .nds files as MOONSHL2.nds or the soft-reset file IPLY.nds.

    I've patch YSMenu.nds with the DLDI files available on the iPlayer website.

    So is the iPlayer's firmware locking YSMenu or I made a mistake somewhere ?
    It doesn't matter if it won't works, but if it does it'll be awsome [​IMG]

    Thanks in advance for any answers [​IMG]
     
  2. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    YSMenu can call several loaders but r4/dstt/ak2 are supported.
    YSMenu does run on iPlayer but no loading.
     
  3. phenoM
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    Thanks for the answer [​IMG]
    I really hope that the iPlayer dev team will do a homebrew for load roms [​IMG]
     
  4. Apache Thunder

    Apache Thunder I have cameras in your head!

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    Or you can buy the new Supercard DSTWO. Basically a upgraded iPlayer that has all the pros of iPlayer (GBA emulation and future support of video once they add video player to it) and non of the cons like not being able to play roms. [​IMG]
     
  5. dnniwa485

    dnniwa485 GBAtemp Fan

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    if someone can go workout to get the SDK for iPlayer. there may be a way to load some commercial roms on it.. but for now its not possible.