I am using moonshell on my NDS to play a .dpg movie file. It works, i can see it play on the touch screen where i can change settings etc. But when i flick it to the top screen it continues to play, the screen looks like it is tying to do something and the movie continues to play but I cant see it.
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Mine works fine!!
Download English 1.18 from the R4 website.
You should have 4 files on your card
you then add the .nds game files from wherever you get them from
Make sure the card is formatted first, ie there are no other files on it. try FAT. rather than FAT 32. I can't remember which but I've had no problems with either the card or the software, best thing since sliced bread, and it only cost me a tenner.
you can play saved Roms without using the original game cartridge. Also you can load homebrew apps on it (Moonshell). With these apps you can transform your NDS into a multi-media player....(Movies,Mp3's, etc.). You will need some software to convert the movies to a format (dpg) to view them. I have a Nintendo lite, I would assume that all the flash carts would be similar for the Dsi. You might want to check the compatability of them with the Dsi.
Ok. I guess you need to go to the moonshell download link and install it manually and DLDI Patch it for your card. Here is the link for Moonshell http://library.dev-scene.com/index.php?dir=DS/Applications/Moonshell/&file=moonshell171_with_dpgtools13.zip
The edge is supposed to have moonshell already on it. That is weird. You have to run setup.exe in the archive and stuff but it doesn't have the edge listed so you have to DLDI patch it yourself. Or you could go to their site and get moonshell for edge: http://www.edge-ds.cn/downloads/moonshell-edge-1.71-release2.rar sorry for all the stuff I was thinking.
If you set it up correctly with the .dat file from the site and all the other stuff then you need to put your micro sd card into your computer and make a folder called audio or whatever. Then drag your mp3s into that folder. When you boot up the edge card you should see 3 icons. Select the middle one and it will start moonshell. Through moonshell you should go to your folder and press A to start your song.
Although there are some "home-brew" games and software out there this type of cartridge is largely used for illegally copying games.
Some of the software available includes MP3 playback programs, movie players and PDA software so you can make use of these cartridges for legitimate purposes, however "home-brew" games vary in quality and so called ROM files are normally illegal copies of games/software that are subject to copyright licensing law.