Sky3DS onscreen menu... is there a way?

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  1. skfields01
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    Is there any way to have an onscreen menu for the Sky3DS. Such a pain to have to push the button every time. Especially when you can have 30-50 games on the SD card. Takes FOREVER. Probably best just to have small SD cards that have 10-15 games max.
     
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    No there isn't.
     
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  4. Megaben99

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    Not sure if you're on the latest DiskWriter, but you can keep a few 'active' games you are playing ATM on the main partition and put the rest on the hidden one. Gives you fewer to cycle thru, but you have to change where the games are stored to make them 'active' again.
     
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    Too bad. Smaller SD cards are calling my name.

    @Megaben99
    Saw that you can make some games active and others just as storage. Is there a way within the 3DS to swap non active games to active... or you must due that on a computer?
     
  6. Ericjwg

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    no hacking...so not possible to do that.
    sky3ds pretends to be a real cartridge...
    do u think real cartridge support any on screen rom display.....
    in order to switch rom on sd card, it has to use some hardware to help...
     
  7. Megaben99

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    Sadly has to be on the PC. Sky works by emulating a retail cart, so there is no menu. The 3DS has to think that it is a real cart, which would only have one title.
     
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    Gotcha. Well, Guess I will just use 16GB SD cards. That way I can load up 10 or so games on each one and this makes it much more manageable.