whrer i get dsi homebrews?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Patrick1704, May 10, 2011.

  1. Patrick1704
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    Where I get dsi homebrews from?
    I don't can find any [​IMG]
     
  2. AlanJohn

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    There are some that have been dumped but I have no idea if I can give you a link. [​IMG]
    And the only way to play it is via Sudokuhax [​IMG]
     
  3. Patrick1704
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    no!
    there a 2 other ways:
    1. Dsi Link

    2. A Dsi Mode Flashcard
     
  4. doyama

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    Errr... why not just get an iEVO and screw all that crap.

    Not to mention you have to find iEvo compiled versions of games for it to use DSi mode anyways.Look at your desired homebrew and see if they have an iEVO version available.
     
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    wow never heard of it...
    Anyway, I have no idea if you can post links to the apps because they are not homebrew.
    Homebrew is not made officially or licensed by Nintendo.
    They aren't roms but there illegal.
     
  6. doyama

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    Homebrew can be illegal but it sorta depends. For example. the original XBMC on the Xbox was illegal because it required the XBOX SDK to compile it, and if you didn't have a license you coulld't have made the binary. They got around this by releasing the source code, and then 'other people' would compile it and release it separately from XBMC.

    I believe most NDS homebrew uses a publicly available SDK and libraries that were developed independently of the official SDK. Thus the binaries for them are not strictly illegal since in theory they contain no code from Nintendo. Stuff like Moonshell is legal and distributed in Japan, where Nintendo has a iron grip on the government. If they could have taken down Moonshell they would have already.

    ROMS are of course illegal since they contain copyrighted material that is not distributable here.
     
  7. choconado

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    I think that homebrew links are kosher here. Mostly. Up at the bounty area, the earlier builds of "Super Smash Bros. Clash" had to have their links taken off because of "Masterpiece mode" (or something like that) where for some reason the creator thought it would make sense to throw nesDS with some pre-loaded ROM's inside the program. The ROM's shouldn't have been linked to, so the whole program's link was sacked.
     
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    Work on your English please...
     
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