I have an NDSL R4 Revolution 3 TF card (presumably a clone) with a 4 meg micro-sd Memory card . Games load and play fine Mp3's play fine. The problem is I cannot get it to play video files even though I have converted the files from Avi to DPG format .The video file shows the extension DPGM1V. I have tried several versions of Moonshell the latest being Version 1.71. for the r4 and the firmware on the TF. card is version 1.25. Have you any ideas as to a) where I can get either the right Firmware version or b)the right Moonshell file?.
Any help would be gratefully received as my Grandson who is 3 will soon be telling me where I am going wrong and Granddads are supposed to know everything
george an old git with a young heart
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This usually indicates that the software kernel on the micro sd memory card has become corrupted. It can also happen if the micro sd memory card is overloaded with games, music and video files etc. The solution is to reinstall the kernel software on the micro sd card and ensure the micro sd memory card is not overloaded. Leave about 25% memory free.
download SDformatter and format the sd card with that, place all the files on there, none in folders..
google R4 revolution or R4 card. You will see a host of websites. Each one will have a download for the card... Your best bet for finding the correct kernel is to go to the website that you purchased the card from and there should be a link to download the firmware( kernel ) for the card. Once you get the firmware you will need to transfer that onto your micro sd card using the TF adapter that should have come with the R4 card. Make sure you transfer everything over to the micro .... After you get the info onto the card make folders for your media. Label them correctly so you can find them on your ds. Label one music one movies one games. After that is done insert your micro sd card into the R4 and plug it into your ds... have fun ..these cards really open the ds up to a ton of neat and fun programs
First you need to make sure you have the current firmware for the R4 card loaded onto the micro-sd card. I know that some R4 cards only accept up to a 2gb memory card so check and make sure you are using the correct micro card with the R4. When you have downloaded the firmware for your card you need to make some folders. Label them games...movies... music... etc.. making a folder for each one. Put the Mp3 files in the correct folder. When you use your R4 you will see three icons at the startup screen go to the one labeled multi-media... Moonshell will run the movies/music... you are ready to go ... hope this helps
To get an in depth answer seach you tube but in brief. You will need to download the system files for your type of R4 or flash card you are using, make sure you get the exact model type as they are not interchangeable. Drag and drop the files to your card you will see either 4 or 5 files. Then make a folder called Games on your micro SD card and load your games into that folder. It quite involved but the tutorials on you tube go right into it.