ipod touch apps onacekard 2i with dsi

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Jun 6, 2009
  1. Tom
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    could i play ipod touch apps on my acekard 2i with my dsi?
     
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    Short and simple: No.
    iTouch/iPhone apps are built to run on the iTouch/iPhone firmware and hardware.

    It may be possible for some* apps to be ported or cloned in homebrew form for the DS though. [​IMG]


    * If those apps use any of the iTouch/iPhone's special hardware though, count it out.
     
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    considering that the Iphone has an accelerometer and a multitouch screen and the dsi doesn't the answer is clearly no.

    people have no common sense these days
     
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    Screen resolution, processor, RAM, multi touch, accelerometer... Yup, I think it's just about possible! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    iPod Touch screen is fully touch, and bigger than the DSi.
    Shrinking it down, even if possible, would be ugly.
     
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    omfg.... wtf....

    un...be...lievable.
     
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    not possible, and will not be possible ever, since a ipod emulator isn't even available for developers, they do their coding on pc and run in the iphone, so the best way do it it's buying a cheap ipod touch and carry both devices.

    Save the $, it's very cool, except the games are very lame and short and make DS games look like hardcore masterpieces.
     

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