where do i put the homebrew

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  1. tagzard
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    tagzard Tagzard the Crazy Dinosaur with Wings.

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    where do i put the homebrew on my supercard dstwo. i have a ds lite. i havent bought the card yet but im gunna. but where do i put the .nds files. like to use lameboy and moodshell or nds. where do i put the files.
     
  2. Swifty1992

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    Anywhere you want on the microSD card. You navigate to them through the default DS Launcher.
     
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    Put them where you like unless the readme file specifies otherwise.
     
  4. PeregrinFig

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    On the root of the card, just like any ROM file.
     
  5. Cuelhu

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    this.

    Or you could read this if you want to use the plugin menu to show homebrew.
     
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    Place it in a visible folder or the root of your SD
    If you want it in the plugin screen, place it in _dstwoplug with INI and BMP.
     
  7. Wizerzak

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    I advise creating separate folders for each game/homebrew as most will require more than one file, often with similar names. By sorting them into their own folders it becomes a lot easier to navigate/sort through.

    Although, some homebrew requires you to put the file on the root of the SD card. So I advise to try the folder option first then, if that doesn't work, placing it on the root. (Unless it already tells you you need to put it on the root in the readme of course.)