Hacking Ysmenu setup on android?

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I'm in possession of a fake r4 card and i was curious as to whether setup of ysmenu is possible on android. I've tried searching but haven't found much. That should be enough of an indication that its not possible but I'm hopeful.
 

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So you mean installing a flashcard with android? Yeah that's possible, get yourself a USB otg cable and cardreader and copy the files over.
That's not exactly what i mean. If I'm not mistaken, ysmenu uses either an .exe or .bat for the setup. I'm wondering if there's a manual setup that's possible on mobile.
 
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First off, that should be on ds, not 3ds part of the forum
If your card has a way to run nds files on boot, without you clickink on something, and I think you should have something with that on your current launcher's config file, then just place ysmenu nds file and folders on root of your sd card and auto run it by changing the config. Thats what I did. Just put the card inside your phone, use the file manager of your choice and download nds file and folders and place them on root if sd card

The android phones create some weird folders on the card, so if it annoys you then you should delete them on the ds itself... for example the lost.dir, android, (and I think) dcim folders
 
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First off, that should be on ds, not 3ds part of the forum
If your card has a way to run nds files on boot, without you clickink on something, and I think you should have something with that on your current launcher's config file, then just place ysmenu nds file and folders on root of your sd card and auto run it by changing the config. Thats what I did. Just put the card inside your phone, use the file manager of your choice and download nds file and folders and place them on root if sd card

The android phones create some weird folders on the card, so if it annoys you then you should delete them on the ds itself... for example the lost.dir, android, (and I think) dcim folders
Thanks bud. What's weird is that i thought i put this in the ds section. Anyways, i appreciate the help, I'll try that out.
 

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