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Re: nds electronic dictionary
There is no official Nintendo Dictionary available but......there is a so called homebrew version available. Please look here and you find your dictionary. I'm not an expert with Homebrew but what I can tell you is that this is working. You need a Homebrew capable card (like the M3 Basic) and an empty memory card.
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I use the Iplayer card for GBA and homebrew on my DSI, you may have to find software on the internet to place on a microSD. Look on the internet for R4 firmware for the DSI. I don't know of the R4 needs firnware but my Iplayer did absolutely nothing without it. If you do know about firmware you may need a new micro SD card or to reformat and reinstall the firmware on it. If your unable to find firmware look for Moonshell on google for the DS and install it on the micro SD this is a firmware shell made in homebrew and it's really well done.
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.
First get the R4 OS installed onto the card (into the root dir), then make a sub directory called NDS. Put your .NDS files into that directory. you should now have a couple of sub dirs, NDS, Moonshl2, and r4iMenu or something similar. and some r4 OS files in the root directory.
R4 should boot, then pick the left icon (games) and load a game from the resulting list.
Yes you must extract the files. It won't play from a zip file. all files must end in .NDS for them to work. There are a lot of cool homebrew out there for these cards, have fun.
dont exactly no why your homebrew card is doing this but i read that R4 software developers are making there firmware capable of bricking nds consoles if the R4 card isnt genuine. so is your homebrew card a R4? anyway sounds to me like your home brew card is some how blowing the F1 or F2 fuse or both inside your nds. can be fixed by runnung a bead of solder the blown fuse so it bridges the fuse (idealy you would replace fuse but its very tricky) first of all if you have a multi meter check the fuses before soldering them. anyway i advise not to use the homebrew card especially on your nds when you bridge the fuses as once the fuses have been bridged there is no saftey shut off to stop more sever damage. oh by the way just youtube F1 and F2 fuse location to find out where they are. oh and use a 15watt solder iron to be on safe side (less chance of overheating any components near fuses when soldering). its not that hard to do really (i did 2 of them with a gas solder iron due to me not having a 15watt iron) also replaced cracked screens. my next job to do is replace a L2 inductor on a friends nds (syptom for this fault is nds charges but will not power up, not even a blink of green light) for anyone who has this symptom its the L2 inductor thats broken away
Check properly if it is the .SAV file or the .NDS file. If it really is the .NDS file, and you can't see the file through the DS game list, try downloading and put the game inside again. If this doesn't work, you gota try deleting the .SAV also.