Organizing Program with Flash Connectivity?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Yoshimashin, Oct 27, 2006.

Oct 27, 2006
  1. Yoshimashin
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    Is there a program like Offline List that would allow me to catalog my ROM files and have the option to send them to my DS flashset?
     
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    Nope.
    Non exist.
    Cant say there havent been any attempts at all though, but I cant say even that as I really have no idea.

    So in otherwords definitly not.

    Though a nice NDS listing program with file extracting to USB drive (DS-X) would be a cool addition to rom organizing applications.

    GBA flash carts are all differnt in one way or another and would be too hard to make and flash correctly for all of em.
    So best bet is to do it the hard way.

    Organize, then grab the files and burn em manualy. Or make copies and delete them later and jsut keep the organized ones where they are.

    Though an NDS prog with small little file "send to" routines would be great xD

    I should code one >.> (after learning C++ once and for all)
     
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    Do it, and be my hero.

    Go for the G6 Lite first [​IMG]
     
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    Offline list already has something like that, it's a plug-in by the name of "selector"(provided with the soft, it can trimm too coupled with the "trimmer" module). But like you said, it would only work with something like the DSx wich require no patching (and obviously, it doesnt create a save file).
     
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    You know what BatchDPG was made with?
    AutoIt
    Although I'm not competent enough to do something like this.
     

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