1. ScarletDreamz

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    Well you said a Real Tia isntaller, and TWlit its a REAL tia installer.

    As for a DSI version, aint gonna be that hard to make, since it only extract it to the SD.
     
  2. huntertron1

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    that i would like to see (because im stuck installing them on a folder then uploading the installed files to my ftp server on my wii that puts those files onto the sd.)
     
  3. valcrist

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    I have nesds 1.3c in the homescreen working fine on hiyacfw, i used ctrtool to convert nesds cia to app, but it doesn't have icon or banner, if someone can fix this would be perfect
     
  4. Socrotendo

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    May I ask how you managed to do so? I've tried to get an .app from the CIA to show up on the home screen, but I can't get it to work.
     
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    The easy way is create a new .txt file in the ctrtool folder, copy this to the file "ctrtool.exe -x -t cia X.cia --contents=00000000.app --meta=00000000.app" save as .bat, rename the cia file to X.cia, and finally double click the .bat file, for the tmd search in github "maketmd" to create just drag and drop the .app file
     
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    What was the name of the folder you put the generated files in? The .app and .tmd files, specifically.
     
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    You need to create a folder called "4e455344" and inside of this a "content" and "data" folder (like any dsiware game), the .app and .tmd files put them in content
     
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