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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ZenZero, Sep 3, 2008.
apart from dsorganize what is the best web browser for DS
homebrew I like bonjallo* can't get DSOrganize to work, but I use Nintendo DS browser (opera) with my supercard SD and it downloads so fast and displays so well
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Sorry to threadjack, but the Nintendo DS browser requires the Slot 2 RAM right?
@OP. I haven't tried it before, but DSOrganize has a browser built in as well.
You can use any slot two thing which has RAM, but I believe you'd need to patch the Rom with every slot 2 expansion except for the official RAM expansion.
Your options are Bunjalloo, DSOrganize, DSHobro (requires PC-side server), Retawq and Links in DSLinux (requires slot-2 RAM), and the official Opera browser (requires slot-2 RAM).
There's also Okiwi but it's hardly usable and is apparently abandoned.
when's the next Bunjallo update comming? That's going to be good Yes I use a patched DS Browser
Id say ds hobro but as dan the man says you need a pc side server
Bunjalloo is really nice. It's fast, you can download files, view images (one at a time), unzip .zip files, DLDI patch .nds files, and bookmark sites.
wats a pc side server???
oh and btw, i just tried Bunjalloo and i cant even go to onemanga.com >.<
wer my MANGAAAA????
Hmm, I could go on it via Bunjalloo and DSOrganize. However, I can't view the manga files....All I get is a blank screen on Bunjalloo. Can anyone help us?
Honestly despite the fact that almost everyone is against the DS opera browser. IMO it is still the best web browser on the DS. Its not really as slow as many people make it out to be.
wat is that?
Opera browser is the best, /end of discussion
is there any card with more ram then SCSD? Because man it downloads fast with that so more RAM ... muhahahahahaha
I heard links was great... but dslinux is a pain in the A** to use... I just wish they would finally implement any functions in GUI... Commandline sucks for DS.
Links and Retawq are great once you learn the keyboard shortcuts. It's become easier than before to connect to wifi with the "wnc" program. Also, a GUI exists. Type "/usr/pixil/nxstart.sh" (typed from memory, as I can't connect to the DSLinux wiki at the moment, so this could be wrong) and hit Enter to see why they haven't bothered working more on a DSLinux GUI. It works, but it's painfully slow and basically unusable.
Pc side server, Your DS as the Client, the PC as the Server. Get it?
Manga..Cant help u wit that.
DSHobro is really awesome, and the PC server is CAKE to set up (I have a 24/7 server at my house, so I just set it up there). I just wish it gave you the option to pick your remote connection password, so I don't have to write it down somewhere (I was going to ask the dev for the source code to fix this issue, but then I got lazy ).