Note taking on Acekard2 w/AKAIO

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  1. CoconutCake
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    I tried DSorganize just now and it corrupted my sd card! Now I'm reformatting it (luckily I lost nothing important and had backups). So now I'm afraid to use it anymore even tho it seemed good.

    All I want is to take simple text notes and save them. What's a decent homebrew that won't corrupt my card?

    I'm using AKAIO 1.3 Final, AK2 on DS Lite, Transcend 8GB Class 6 MSDHC.
     
  2. ShAdOwFuRi

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    If you're really that interested in having PDA functions you should have got the M3 Real =P
     
  3. CoconutCake
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    Actually you just reminded me, I have a G6 slot 2 cart and it has PDA stuff too. I never tried it. Maybe I will. Thanks for reminding me.

    But I'd rather have something to run on my AK2. Just a simple notepad that is reliable/safe.

    Shame about DSorganize. Can't afford to have my card corrupted just for notes. I have a paper notepad that works fine. Heh. [​IMG]
     
  4. Bri

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    Which version of DSOrganize are you using? The latest version was released before it was completed because the author abandoned the project. You should always use the previous release, 3.1129 which is much more stable. I've never had a problem with it.

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  5. CoconutCake
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    Thanks Bri.

    Can you confirm you used that version yourself with no card corruptions with AK2 + AKAIO? I just really don't want that to happen again.
     
  6. VatoLoco

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    You could try DSNotes for simple note taking
     
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    phew...luckily i saw this
    i almost used DSorganize but no time to dload it yt...and i don't have any game save backup
     
  8. Another World

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    From Where???
    i've used it many times to take notes when i'm out and about. there is also WordDS. if you have a slot2 there are a few gba apps you can use.

    -another world
     
  9. VatoLoco

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    DSO is one of my fav apps, as buggy as it may be. Its got sooo many different things you can do with it.
    Nowadays I mostly use it to play mp3s (it even recognizes playlists), and for listening to internet radio.
    I've even got Winamp set up to stream what ive got playing on my computer over to DSOrganize, so I can play audio straight from my PC on my DS, which is pretty amazing stuff!
    Like Bri said, just be sure to use 3.1129 because its the most stable version.



    but yeah, for quick notes try the DSNotes or WordDS
     
  10. CoconutCake
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    Thanks, I'll check them out.
     
  11. Another World

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    really? i need to give that a try.

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  12. VatoLoco

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    Oh, yeahs=) Here's the link to the tutorial I used on how to set up a winamp shoutcast server that'll broadcast to yer DSO.