Moonshell rom loading?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ACWWFAN, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. ACWWFAN
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    can moonshell load nds roms? If so like could it on the iplayer even though the iplayer cant load roms itself? Like could you do it via moonshell?
     
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    No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Read my lips. No. No. No. No. No.

    Commercial ROM loading generally has to be done by the manufacturer.


    Honestly I wish people wouldn't ask stupid questions like this. No offense.
     
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    you can IF you have ysmenu installed. there is a guide somewhere.
     
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    sorry but the iPlayer can't load ROM's.

    why didn't you check if it could BEFORE you bought it
     
  5. ACWWFAN
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    Don't give a crap if it does or not being that I have an Ak2i already...so you can if you have ysmenu though???
     
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    a vagina :)
    Edit:heres a guide using the AKAIO Firmware + Moonshell2
    iPlayer = Will not load commercial roms. (It could be in walmart.. cause it isnt 100% "illegal")
     
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    YSMenu's compatible flashcarts: SCDS1, R4DS, TTDS, AK2( and friends?)
     
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    Depends entirely on what method they used to get it to boot in the DSi. The most commonly used method that I'm pretty sure every other flashcart uses, is to put a bit of a retail ROM into the bootloader to trick the DS into thinking it's a real game. Even so, to get it to boot on the DSi, they'd have to have bypassed a lot of copy protection, and that's kind of sketchy on the legal side as well.