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my son's DS had the same problem this week. With the DS turned off, ,I pushed the game in and held it right down while turning the DS on. The game registered and I let go of the game and it clicked in to place. The next time I tried the game it registered straight away. Good luck!
If the controls aren't messed up anymore, the DS should be fine. Just don't let him use picto chat anymore. If the controls are still messed up; take the DS to Nintendo for help, Explaining EXACTLY what happened.
If you explain what happened; Nintendo will be able to fix this stuff from now on, creating firmware to prevent hackers.
Honestly, I've never heard of anything like this before, but it sickens me, knowing that people will just screw with other peoples' EXPENSIVE stuff, just because it makes them feel superior.
The Nintendo DS LIte itself is in flight more or it's called "not connected". Unless you activated the Picto-Chat or any wireless games (Download Play, WiFi), the nintendo ds isnt emitting any wireless signals.