Okiwi?? - - - Help!!!

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  1. tom-man
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    Okiwi

    i need help on how to install Okiwi on my ndstt i can't figure it out!!!!
     


  2. lolzed

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    what is your card,if it supports dldi then just drag and drop to your sd card also,i thought that okiwi doesnt actually do anything,just sticks at its personal page?
     
  3. ChuckMcB

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    Here's some more help with Okiwi.

    If you get stuck, let us know exactly how far you got and what, if any, errors you got.
     
  4. tom-man
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    i get up to the thing spinning around for ever
     
  5. 8BitWalugi

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    I don't get what's so good about Okiwi. Anyone care to explain for me?
     
  6. ChuckMcB

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    It's just a (very basic) web browser. DSorganise has one as well.
     
  7. benjaminlibl

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    Does that mean it'll be faster than Opera? I was trying to use Opera awhile ago but gave up since it was so slow.
     
  8. ChuckMcB

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    Faster? Yes, because it's text only.

    Better? No, because it's text only (no images, flash javascript support)
     
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    But, would it work fine for browsing a forum? Like a GameFAQs forum, for example.
     
  10. ChuckMcB

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    If the forum you mention has a lo-fi version like this then it should be fine, DSO can even handle forms so you can technically post to the forum as well.
     
  11. fearofshorts

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    I highly recommend Bunjalloo, as it supports pictures, cookies and generally runs better.
    Plus it's still in active development, unlike the now-dead Okiwi.
     
  12. tom-man
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    how do you work Bunjalloo???
     
  13. ChuckMcB

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    Download the latest version of Bunjalloo, unzip the whole lot to the root of your card and DLDI patch the .nds file if your card needs it.
     
  14. tom-man
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    how do you DLDI patch dstt
     
  15. ChuckMcB

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    Google seems to think that the DSTT auto-patches all .nds files with DLDI.
     
  16. tom-man
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    but Bunjalloo does not work
     
  17. ChuckMcB

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    What bit of does not work?
     
  18. tom-man
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    initalising Fat card OK
    /data/bunjalloo exists FAILED
     
  19. ChuckMcB

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    and does the folder: /data/bunjalloo exists on your card?
     
  20. tom-man
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    yes