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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Isaiah, Nov 1, 2008.
Hey guys i just wanted to know if you could jailbreak the DSi just like the iphone/ipod touch?
It's just fucking come out.
Give it 6 months.
We can't possibly know yet, time will show for sure.
it might get hacked even before it get released here!!
can we move this to eof because i have some kool stuff to write
I've emailed Mythbusters about it. Let's see their results in tonight's show.
It's just a DSi but not a PS3 portable with BD,
I already jailbroke my DSi! Yep, my DSi is living in jail nicely now! No more disobedience, and he stopped peeing on the concrete!
wow... it's been out for what... 2 days now? Damn... come on! What the hell is the hold up! There should be like 20 homebrew apps that use the camera already! Where's the Visual Pictochat homebrew so when I'm talking to little kids from miles away I show show them my peepee!
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Um... How exactly would you play the homebrew on the DSi if it lacks the ability to boot flashcarts? I doubt the use of the SD card slot has advanced enough to get it to boot unsigned code anyway.
Dunno, man. Buy one, send it to the dude that hacked the iphone.
Or you could read one of the other seventeen threads about this same topic.
You did remember to request some nerdcore pics of Kari with the DSi, right?
.... uhh are you serious? Its called sarcasm, man.
Its called hack/mod/softmod or many other names.......jailbreak is not one of them.
Keep that iphone trash away from real electronics please.
"A jailbreak is the act or tool used to perform the act of breaking out of a chroot or jail in UNIX-like operating systems or bypassing digital rights management (DRM). In the former case, it allows the user to see files outside of the filesystem that the administrator intends to make available to the application or user in question. In the context of DRM, this allows the user to run arbitrarily defined code on DRM-encumbered devices as well as break out of chroot-like restrictions. DRM-encumbered devices such as the Xbox, iPhone and iPod Touch have repeatedly been subject to jailbreaks, allowing the execution of arbitrary code, but have had those jailbreaks disabled by vendor updates."