The Lazy Genius

Security News & Brain Dumps from Xavier Ashe, a Bit9 Client Partner

Nintendo DS Homebrew how-to

Posted by Xavier Ashe on October 9, 2006

Intrigued by the notion of playing old school games on your DS but don't know where to begin? Would you like to use your DS as a map or check out a free browser?
Never fear — no matter how technically challenged you may be, there's
a solution for you. This time, it comes in the form of a
beginner-friendly guide to checking out homebrew options for your very own Nintendo DS.

The guide takes you step by step through the process of preparing to
use homebrew apps. After all, understanding is one thing — actually
taking the plunge is another, and the guide is very helpful when it
comes to recommendations on what to get and what to do with it once you
have it. While this guide covers the basics about preparing for
homebrew and looping around the built-in protections, it doesn't get
into applications. Baby steps, people. They're saving those things for
future guides. So if you're looking to get started but haven't a clue
what to do, check it out.

Awesome Guide from S0rethumbs.  I know what I am doming with my DS tonight!  [via]


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