WifiMe on DSLite?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by SkuiD87, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. SkuiD87
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    SkuiD87 GBAtemp Regular

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    Need some help...

    Im gonna go pick up my pre-ordered Black DSLite on Friday. I was looking forward to flashing it the same day I got it. Was gonna flash it the same way I did my original DS, via WifiMe.

    But now I've heard that WifiMe does not work for DSLite! :'(

    Can anyone confirm this?

    Ive read that there is a new version of WifiMe that DOES semi-work on new DS's, but I don't know about Lite compatibility. It doesn't run all homebrew/roms, but apparently, it's sufficient to run FlashMe. Anyone have more details on this? It was somewhere on GBADev.

    Someone please help me out with this. I have compatible hardware for WifiMe, I've even used it to flash 2 DS's (original).
    If this doesn't work, I'll have to find someone in London with a Passme/Passcard that I can borrow to flash my DS!!!
     
  2. TheStump

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    Well i could NOT get WiFiMe to work with DSLite, but if someone states otherwise good luck.
     
  3. SkuiD87
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    Did you use the older original WifiMe software or the new one?
     
  4. pelago

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    I'm certain that WifiMe doesn't work with DS Lite, or recent DSes.
     
  5. XxMxVxPxX

    XxMxVxPxX GBAtemp Regular

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    the what is skuiD87 talking about? im gunna do a search for it just to double check

    Edit:
    what "new" flashme? can you post a link
     
  6. gtsample

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    WifiMe is an old way to get a DS to run unsigned code in the GBA slot by downloading the loader app from a PC using a specific wifi adapter and modified driver. The WifiMe exploit was patched in the same Nintendo firmware that prevents the original PassMe from working.