Is there a good NDS music player?

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  1. Nujui
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    Nujui I need something to do.

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    I've tried using the ipod one, but it keeps freezing on me after a couple of songs, so is there any alt to this?
     
  2. s4mid4re

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    have you tried moonshell?
     
  3. Nujui
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    Nujui I need something to do.

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    Yeah, but I was wondering if there was anything better.
     
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    Better is subjective when it comes to this.

    Better how?
     
  5. Nujui
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    Nujui I need something to do.

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    I guess a better GUI. I kinda don't like moonshell's way of playing music.

    In fact, I was trying to get moonshell 2 to work as I thought it would look better, but the one I got from the sticky doesn't work for me.
     
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    the music plays when you have the ds shut if you have headphones in(which you probably should if you are listening to music on your ds)
     
  8. loco365

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    That's for .sseq files, not .mp3 files.

    I tried the iPod one and it just fails to load for me. I'd love an MP3 player on my AK2i, but I don't like Moonshell because it's really picky on my DS.
     
  9. VatoLoco

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    In the Moonshell GUI settings, there's an option for leaving the speakers on with the lid closed.

    start-> GUI/Audio Settings-> Global (at the bottom of the list, de-select the "When the lid is shut..." option.