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  1. homebrew programs cannot connect to the USB dongle, unless you use Waffle's modified drivers to make the dongle into a regular access point. http://forum.gbadev.org/viewtopic.php?t=75...er=asc&start=15 4th post from the bottom.
  2. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, grey, but someone leaked your project to gbadev. http://forum.gbadev.org/viewtopic.php?t=96...der=asc&start=0 i know you said you wanted to keep it a bit secret (not sure if that's still a high priority for you), but if you head over there there are a lot of people very experienced coding for the DS and even without you some of them have been trying to find ways to change stations and bring up the volume, so you might even be able to get some support in improving it.
  3. I also tried reverting back to E14, but it still wouldn't work. I guess I'll just have to wait for their reply.
  4. I have an M3 Adapter (SD) and it's worked perfectly... until yesterday night. Suddenly, it won't play NDS roms. Anytime I try to load a rom it tells me "Write PSRAM failed! System will be shut down!" Around the same time, my DS stopped being able to connect to my router, either via an official wifi game, or through homebrew wifi software. These could have been caused by any number of things. Some of my theories are: -Yesterday, right before it stopped playing roms (I don't remember the exact sequence of events), I tried a few new Wifi homebrew programs, the ones that had been updated to load the connection profiles from the DS's memory, and none of them were able to connect, and since then, my DS has been unable to connect to my router. Whether the problems are related or not is anyone's guess. -Around the same time, I went onto the M3 website and updated the firmware from e14 to e16. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? I already emailed the M3 people about that problem, but they haven't replied yet.
  5. I think you need a lefty option. I haven't tried the newest version, but from your description, it seems like it's designed for only right-handed people, since you have to use the d-pad to click.
  6. in the new version, what are we supposed to set "IP" and "Remote IP" to? The PC and DS IP (respectively)? for some reason, when i change the Dest IP on the DS to my PC's IP it stops recognizing my key presses...
  7. yeah, you have to have a flash cart of some sort.
  8. i remember it did that with the old version as well.
  9. For some reason this new version won't work. Plus, my anti-virus software pops up asking if i want to allow it, and everytime I click OK the message comes back a second later...
  10. Mine still won't pass the Waiting screen.
  11. You have to alter the drivers of the USB dongle to make it work like a regular router first. http://www.1emulation.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=16397
  12. Wow, this is awesome. I turned on my DS and put this into wardriving mode, and left it on in my pocket while I was at school and walking home. By the time I got home, it listed almost 115 netrworks.
  13. I played a bucnh of chronotrigger today. So far this is the most useful DS wifi program i've seen.
  14. and the newest version of Win2DS doesn't seem to work. Based on the problem I'm having, the author of Win2DS claims that I must have put in the wrong configuration. However, I'm using the same configuration that WORKS for PointyRemote.
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