Issues with my M3 Real

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by Pohangster, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. Pohangster

    Pohangster Newbie

    Feb 17, 2010
    United States
    To get it out of the way, here's my organization:

    I installed the version of Sakura linked on the first page of the big honking M3 Sakura troubleshooting guide. I run it exclusively in Touchpod since Sakura refuses to work for me. I'll start it up, and it'll say "scanning for duplicates and fragments. . . 0% of 68 files" and freeze like that.

    Then, there's the issue with Touchpod, where everytime I try to open the Media folder, the top screen turns bright pink and the bottom screen turns white, and it freezes like that.

    I tried installing DSOrganizer by making a directory called "DSO". None of the files ran when I clicked on them in under the "MYCARD" folder in Touchpod, and running the PDA button froze it.

    I don't know how to make homebrew work. D: I have some .lit e-books I'd like to be able to read on my huge plane ride tomorrow, so I have some questions

    1) What the Hell is wrong with my system?
    2) How do I install a .lit friendly e-book reader, and then where do I put the e-books?
  2. DeltaBurnt

    DeltaBurnt I'm bored

    Feb 21, 2009
    United States
    Where intellect matters
    Use the disable disk check trick for sakura in the m3 sakura FAQ.
  3. mc_B3oWoLF

    mc_B3oWoLF GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 12, 2008
    Serbia, Republic of
    Russian Federation
    DSorganizer doesn't work as a "PDA" button!
    the ??? folder should be in the root of your flash.
    the DSorganizer.nds file itself must be in the NDS folder.
    The PDA buttow works if you download & install this one:

    If you format your flash card (MicroSD) using this program:
    With options: Format Type - Full (Erase ON), Format size adjustment - OFF
    The problems with Sakura & Media should be solved!
    The point is: Sakura & Media function are based on one system - Moonshell (but the kernel versions are different) both systems won't work correctly if your flash card isn't formatted correctly or has corrupt sectors.

    UPD.: If you wish to run homebrew - put the *.nds files into NDS folder of your flash.
    If the homebrews have additional folders (as DSorganizer has it's DSO folder) - put these folders according instructions (usually it's the root of your flash, but it depends on the homebrew).

    I hope I'm not late with my answer and advise [​IMG]
    Have a nice flight!

    P.S.: Sorry, but I don't know, which e-book reader is .lit-friendly
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