Mp3 player for Nintendo DS

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by falcon64z8, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. falcon64z8
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    Since I have a 8gig micro sd I have tons of songs on my card and moonshell can't seem to handle too many songs. I have change the files settings to 900+ and it does nothing, moonshell will freeze up and corrupt my music folder. Dsorganize is nice but it takes awhile to boot up my music and it there any way I can have it where it just boot up straight to my music folder instead of the main menu? I also have the ipod clone but its still buggy and it crashes every now and then, but it boots up music quickly. O and does anyone know how to disable the L and R buttons on the ipod clone beside hitting select which disable all buttons. So is there any other homebrew out there that can handle tons of files that plays mp3 and I can disable the L and R buttons?

    O I have a Supercard SDHC btw. And I do not want to get an mp3 player, the ds is great that I can have an all in one device.

    ~thanks
     
  2. pepsibluehawk87

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    Well, what version of lmp did you use?
     
  3. falcon64z8
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    I used the latest one which is alpha and I dunno know if the stable one can handle many files...
     
  4. pepsibluehawk87

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    It can, I use it.
     
  5. falcon64z8
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    Do you know how to disable the L and R buttons then?
     
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