scientific calculator homebrew

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  1. mrchew
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    is there one. I can't find one if anyone knows of one pls tell me thx ☆
     
  2. JacobReaper

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    i was thinking of a calculator homebrew for the DS, just never posted it [​IMG]
     
  3. kellyan95

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    It doesn't work with slot 1 cards, but if you ahve a slot 2 look up Davr and his TI-85 emulator
     
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    no slot 2 but thx ?
     
  5. Flyfishing

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    If you're looking for a scientific calculator, DSOrganize has got you covered. If you're looking for a graphing calculator, then for now you're out of luck (slot-2 only).
     
  6. mrchew
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    i tried using DSO but it wouldn't work for me i get these arm7 arm9 files and dont no what to do with them
     
  7. JacobReaper

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    can anyone make a homebrew calculator? i would really appreciate it, TIA if so [​IMG]
     
  8. coolbho3000

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    A DLDI version was released. It works on my R4.

    Otherwise use the built in calculator in DSOrganize.
     
  9. JacobReaper

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    yup get DLDI patched version, here

    http://blog.davr.org/category/nintendo-ds/ds85/
     
  10. kellyan95

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    When the hell did that happen, and why didn't anybody tell me!?
     
  11. ZAFDeltaForce

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    It happened several months back

    I got the info from another website, but forgot to post it. Sorry [​IMG]
     
  12. notnarb

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    The TI85 is the only (edit: Graphing) calculator ported to the ds, which is kinda stupid cause the TI 83, a better, newer calculator is already available as a slot 2
     
  13. suprneb

    suprneb GBAtemp Regular

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    ti89 is by far the best calculator but thats kinda irrelevant

    dont all TI calculators need A LOT of ram?
     
  14. madlobster

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    Now when will there be a REAL calculator emulator? And by that, I mean an HP48 emulator, not that TI crap...
     
  15. Psyfira

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    Sounds like you downloaded the wrong file, you've got the source code (DSOrganise3.01_src) instead of the ready-to-go version. Go back to http://www.dragonminded.com/?loc=ndsdev/DSOrganize and download "DS Organise 3.01" (the top link).
     
  16. mrchew
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    thx when i get a chance i will try that ?
     
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