R4tf file on moonshell 2?

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  1. Primenay13
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    I wanted to soft reset on moonshell 2 but it says "cannot find r4tf.nds" What does that mean and where do I get that file? Could someone please post a link
     
  2. ChuckMcB

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    Try this one: Link drop it into the folder resetmse of Moonshell2 folder.

    HTH
     
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    Alternatively - put a copy of 'moonshell_direct.nds' into 'resetmse' folder & rename it as 'r4tf.nds'
    (I did the same thing but for a DSTTi card & it worked - only this reboots back into moonshell & not the DSTT firmware)
     
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    Thanks it works now
     
  5. ChuckMcB

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    Glad you are sorted.
     
  6. Primenay13
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    Got another question, It also does that for moonmemo. Can I just make a folder named moonmemo on the root of my card will it work?
     
  7. CannonFoddr

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    Yes you are correct - Make a folder on your root directory called 'moonmemo' & when you create a 'memo' (and save it) it creates a *.bmp file in this folder

    Another 'unknown' feature is a method of 'deleting' files from within Moonshell (actually it's more of a 'trash can') - create a folder on the root called 'dustbox' & any files you want to delete just press the [Start] button for more than 3 seconds & the file is moved to the 'dustbox' folder.
    If you 'delete' from the 'dustbox' folder - it is totally removed