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program for other flashcard software

Postby alex » Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:27 pm

it just a idea

a program that liket you run other flashcard system sofware
somting like: r4i sdhc program or iplayer or m3 zero or super card ds one
this flashcard are for nds ndsl ndsi (ndsi xl/ ll)
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby penthaler » Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:58 pm

You mean to make AKAIO working on other flashcards?
If so, the answer will be NO AT ALL...

Reasons
-> different HW of each card
-> different SW / FW needed to work on it
-> AKAIO is only for Acekard 2/2i/RPG !!!
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby alex » Sun Apr 11, 2010 1:46 am

i mean
that you maby can make a software that let you run other flashcard system files
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby Fukaridao » Sun Apr 11, 2010 4:26 am

I think he/she means running different firmwares (like those M3 firmwares) within AKAIO.
e.g boot M3 Sakura within AKAIO and commerically run ROMS.
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby mozzzzii » Sun Apr 11, 2010 5:06 am

The Old R4 Original has a version of AKAIO reprogrammed for it by a independant source...

Works like a charm....

http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=219894
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby kineticUk » Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:12 am

I don't see it ever happening and I cannot see there being any point.
Installing moonshell gives you m3sakura thing if thats what you like (audio, video, etc)...minus rom loading in some cases but akaio does that.
Akaio already allows switching between official acekard and akaio loaders (ak2i) and iPlayer software uses the extra processing power offered by its hardware and therefore would not work.
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby FawkYew RTFM » Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:20 am

someone please tell me how anything in this thread benefits AKAIO. this is a suggestion forum for AKAIO, to make AKAIO better.

why the hell would the development team behind AKAIO want to allow users to run another firmware from within AKAIO? you could not predict what that firmware would do, you could not control the outcome, you could not protect the user with out-of-bounds writes (such as YS-MENU does) which brick the AK2i.

i'm going to leave this thread open so the original poster can type up something that makes sense, otherwise i'll be deleting it. it isn't even worth locking and keeping around as a bad example at this point. as i read this thread is is only an exercise on a lack of common sense.
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby alex » Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:34 pm

i mean a vmware for the akaio
(vmware is a program that let you run a comuter in a comuter)
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Re: program for other flashcard software

Postby FawkYew RTFM » Mon Apr 12, 2010 9:17 am

if you can get your "comuter" running on your ds then you have more smarts than god.
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