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DSi FlipNote exploit released
ds modrobert writes: "WinterMute and fincs have released an exploit for Nintendo DSi which is triggered by copying and pasting a crafted image in FlipNote. Quote: 'This is an exploit for FlipNote that will allow running homebrew on your Nintendo DSi. Lovingly hand crafted by fincs and WinterMute, inspired by 'ugoopwn' US region 'leak' by Shutterbug.'"

Note: The EurAsia forum topic is here.
Posted on Wednesday, June 06, 2018 @ 15:33:25 GMT (696 reads)
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Unlaunch.dsi bootcode exploit
ds [source: nocash @ problemkaputt.de] Unlaunch.dsi is the first ever [released] bootcode exploit for DSi consoles. It's gaining control with full SCFG_EXT access rights immediately after power-up (before even starting the launcher). Installation requires a working DSiware exploit with SD/MMC access, or a hardmod. The exploit works with all retail DSi models, regardless of region and firmware version. Once when installed, it will start the file 'bootcode.dsi' from SD card (if present). Or, otherwise, it will resume booting nintendo's launcher (with disturbing healthsafety and bootmusic disabled, and removed RSA, whitelist and region checks).

CAUTION: This is still in mostly untested beta stage. Currently this should be used only if you have an eMMC backup & an installed hardmod - so you can unbrick if something goes wrong.

download unlaunch.dsi installer

Further how-to-use info is shown in the .dsi file's installer menu. Official forum thread is here.


Note: The EurAsia forum topic is here.
Posted on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 @ 05:58:15 GMT (922 reads)
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Final DSiWareHax released
ds [source: yellows8 @ hackmii.com] The final DSiWareHax is now available, goto the exploitslist for the list of exploited DSiWare and the usage instructions for the exploits. The updated Sudokuhax is now available as well, the main change is faster boot.nds loading. You can only copy the new DSiWareHax to your DSi if you’re on 1.4.1 or below, and already have one of the exploited games, since 1.4.2+ blocks copying DSiWare exploits to your DSi "internal memory". Likewise for obtaining the updated Sudokuhax, you must be on 1.4.1 and have the original Sudoku version. The procedure for obtaining the new DSiWareHax and the updated Sudokuhax is identical to the original Sudokuhax, as described in the Sudokuhax post and the client software README. The client software was updated as well, updating to this version is required since the server doesn’t support client sw v1.0 anymore. Hence the title and the 1.4.2 post, this is the last new DSiWareHax that will ever be released, since there’s no way to copy DSiWare exploits to DSi "internal memory" on 1.4.2+ without your system certs.
Posted on Friday, August 26, 2011 @ 06:25:14 GMT (2532 reads)
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DSi Firmware 1.4.3 released
ds modrobert writes: "Nintendo has released DSi Menu Ver 1.4.3A which officially provides 'behind-the-scenes improvements to system performance', but in reality it blocks flash carts (again). Just when the flash cart teams managed to fix 1.4.2, another update comes along. According to a forum post over at gbatemp.net these flashcards are confirmed working: CycloDSi (only DSi mode), R4iDSN 3DS and R4i Gold 3DS. Confirmed blocked cards are as follows: SuperCard DSTwo, Acekard 2i and iPlayer."
Posted on Thursday, June 30, 2011 @ 05:55:41 GMT (2867 reads)
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DSi System Update 1.4.2 Analysis
ds [source: yellows8 @ hackmii.com] DSi system update 1.4.2 blocks copying all current and future DSiWare exploits to "internal memory". Most of you won’t have the final DSiWareHax target, but don’t update for now anyway. Only people who already have the target game, and stay on system version 1.4.1(or below) until exploit release could copy the exploit to "internal memory". DSiWare savedata exploits are dead with system update 1.4.2, after the release of this exploit later, there will be no more DSiWare savedata exploits. The EC certificate APCert in the DSiWare on SD card signs the hashes stored in the DSiWare on SD card, this includes hashes of savedata among other things. This APCert is signed by the console-unique TWCert, this cert is signed by Nintendo. This TWCert is stored in NAND.
Posted on Saturday, May 21, 2011 @ 03:47:17 GMT (2248 reads)
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DSi Firmware 1.4.2 released
ds [source: Rydian @ gbatemp.net] The latest DSI firmware update is out. Version 1.4.2 for US/EU (1.4.2a for Asia) blocks known flash carts, including the Acekard 2i, EZ-Flash Vi, iPlayer and Supercard DSTwo. The software-based exploit known as SudokuHax is reported to still function. UPDATE! The first flash cart confirmed still working on the new firmware is the CycloDS iEvolution. The first team to produce an update to bypass the new firmware is the R4iDSN team. For a list of all carts confirmed working or blocked by the new firmware, check the On-Going discussion link for up-to-the-minute information.
Posted on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 @ 09:53:51 GMT (2312 reads)
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GBATemp Homebrew Bounty 2011
ds [source: gbatemp.net] The GBATemp Homebrew Bounty is well under way. There is more than $5,000 up for grabs. The only requirement is that the project must either be completely new, or come in a new version that presents significant updates. The final submission deadline is May 31st. Users can still contribute to the bounty in the form of Paypal donations to filetrip/at/gmail/dot/com. Please pass on information related to the bounty to any developer that you know, or Web site that hosts Homebrew news! The more we get the word out the greater potential we have for new and significantly updated Homebrew projects.

GBATemp Homebrew Bounty

Posted on Saturday, March 19, 2011 @ 06:19:21 GMT (2276 reads)
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DSiWare exploit Sudokuhax released
ds [source: yellows8 @ hackmii.com] As you may remember we started looking at the DSi about two years ago. Despite some early attempts using savegame hacks for hybrid card games we eventually resorted to more complex attacks that involved soldering many wires to tiny points on the PCB to be able to trace and modify the RAM. However, doing this is not feasible for the average homebrew user so we used the knowledge we gained through these complicated attacks to get more information about the whole system which allowed us to experiment with DSiWare games in the end. We also learned how to create savegames so we can now do what we did three years ago with the Wii: Savegame hacks! In early December we managed to get DSi mode code execution by exploiting the DSiWare application ‘Sudoku’ by EA. Sudoku is only available for regions USA and EUR/AU. Exploiting DSiWare is interesting because in DSi mode the DSi SD card slot is accessible, the whole 16MB RAM is available, and the CPU is clocked 2x higher than DS-mode. The max size of the embedded code that can be loaded directly via this exploit is limited so a small payload was needed to chain load to another application. Initially a wifi loader was used, but this was switched to load from the DSi SD card slot. The SD card loader boots /boot.nds from the SD card directly from Sudokuhax.
Posted on Friday, January 28, 2011 @ 06:41:42 GMT (2971 reads)
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DSi Common Key Released
ds modrobert writes: "First PS3, then PSP, and now DSi! A hacker over at elotrolado.net (Google translated) who prefers to be anonymous has released a key generator tool which can be used to decrypt NUS, DSiWare, System Menu and applications."
Posted on Friday, January 14, 2011 @ 02:27:25 GMT (5426 reads)
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CycloDS iEvolution announced
ds [source: shaunj66 @ gbatemp.net] After a long quiet spell, Team Cyclops have today announced a brand new flash cart - the CycloDS iEvolution. This new cartridge, unlike the regular CycloDS, will work on all current DS/DSi models and appears to be following in the footsteps of the Supercard DSTWO by boasting an onboard CPU and upgradeable boot ROM (used to circumvent new firmware flash cart block outs like v1.4.1). The iEvolution will support SDHC cards and is already boasting features such as Real Time Save and slow motion that take advantage of the carts new hardware.

CycloDS iEvolution

Posted on Thursday, November 04, 2010 @ 02:32:39 GMT (2015 reads)
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nesDS open source project
ds [source: Another World @ gbatemp.net] A project has emerged to port nesDS to an opensource development kit. Dwedit (PocketNES source maintainer) started a project over 2 years ago to port PocketNES from the GBA side to the DS side. The currently available revision of nesDS was described as being a port of PocketNES 9.96. Dwedits project (if completed) would bring a much more optimized NES EMU to the DS Homebrew scene. However, Dwedit has reported that real life has pushed back the project and no new information has been released for some time.
Posted on Sunday, October 24, 2010 @ 07:09:32 GMT (1909 reads)
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Nintendo blocks flashcards with DSi firmware 1.4.1
ds [source: Opium @ gbatemp.net] Nintendo has just blocked flashards on the DSi yet again with the release of firmware update 1.4.1 today. However, it does not seem like all flashcards have been affected. Nintendo's system menu update page says the new firmware provides "behind-the-scenes improvements", but as expected that is really just PR speak for "no more homebrew for you". This is the first incremental update for the DSi in over a year, yet it is not believed there are any new features for the DSi outside of flashcards being blocked.
Posted on Thursday, September 09, 2010 @ 10:07:09 GMT (2295 reads)
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Acekard 2.1 Review
ds modrobert writes: "Another World over at gbatemp.net has posted a review for the AceKard 2.1 with AKAIO custom firmware for Nintendo DS. Random quote from the conclusion: 'I would recommend the Acekard 2.1 to anyone who is looking for a NDS Phat/Lite Flash Kit. I would further recommend it to users who want excellent Homebrew and ROM support. Both firmware choices have a learning curve which I feel may be difficult for young children. Finally, if you can embrace the bugs which will arise from a constantly evolving firmware then perhaps this is the kit for you.'"
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2010 @ 03:41:48 GMT (2073 reads)
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DSi firmware update released
ds [source: gbarl.it via Brakken @ tehskeen.com] Nintendo has rolled out a new firmware revision for their latest incarnation of their line of Nintendo DS portable video gaming consoles. It seems v1.5 of their firmware blocks flashcards again which means you can either turn on off the Wifi or wait for a fix. Not is much known about other enhancements other then the anti-flashcard fix.
Posted on Wednesday, December 30, 2009 @ 05:25:26 GMT (6296 reads)
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Divineo wins court case against Nintendo
ds [source: maxconsole.net] We have just heard that Nintendo has today lost a major court case against the Divineo group in the main court of Paris. Nintendo originally took the group to court over DS flash carts, however the judge today has ruled against Nintendo and suggested that they are purposely locking out developers from their consoles and things should be more like Windows where ANYONE can develop any application if they wish to.
Posted on Friday, December 04, 2009 @ 08:06:54 GMT (3082 reads)
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M3i Zero Review
ds modrobert writes: "Minox_IX over at gbatemp.net has posted a review for the M3i Zero which is a flashcart compatible with Nintendo DS, DSl and DSi. Random quotes from the conclusion: 'As the flag-ship of M3 Team's flashcarts this was their first flashcart that was available for the DSi and had updating capabilities to circumvent possible DSi firmware updates. When it comes to circumventing updates it has already proven itself once, the question is whether or not this can be done again or if Nintendo will be able to block it on the second try. Much like the other available DSi compatible flashcarts the M3i Zero doesn't offer a lot more than their DS/DSL counterparts in terms of features (M3i Zero's counterpart being the M3DS Real) with the exception being updatability & DSi support. It also doesn't support any DSi specific features to distinguish itself from the other DSi compatible flashcarts.'"
Posted on Monday, September 28, 2009 @ 01:53:55 GMT (2045 reads)
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Acekard 2i - DSi firmware 1.4 fix released
ds [source: Opium @ gbatemp.net] The eagerly anticipated Acekard 2i firmware update has been released, proving once and for all that the card is in fact update-able. This update fixes the compatibility of the card with DSi firmware 1.4. Two update files are included in the download. Use the DSi labeled update to update your card. However, if you have multiple Acekard 2i cards that you wish to update all in a row then run the DSL update from a DS Lite to be able to update multiple cards without powering off the system. If you only have one card just use the DSi update.
Posted on Monday, August 17, 2009 @ 13:39:05 GMT (5223 reads)
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DSi hack update...
ds [source: dovoto @ drunkencoders.com] Wintermute has been kind enough to open source the DSi hack we have been using. To run the hack you will need a way to read and write save files on DS carts.
Posted on Monday, August 03, 2009 @ 11:34:04 GMT (2822 reads)
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DSi firmware 1.4 blocks flashcards!
ds [source: Opium @ gbatemp.net] Nintendo has just released DSi firmware 1.4 which adds Facebook photo uploads, a faster camera and blocks flashcards. We'd suggest if you value using flashcards with your DSi you don't update. Nintendo has signaled what we always suspected would be the case; they intend to start an arms race with flashcard makers and block their new DSi compatible cards with firmware updates. Now it's time to see how the flashcard makers respond. Some flashcards like the M3i Zero and Supercard DSONEi have updatable firmwares that potentially could save them from being blocked if the flashcard makers find a suitable workaround. Others like the iTouch2 can not be updated at all and will be useless on a DSi with firmware 1.4 and above. For now at least, DSi enhanced games don't require a certain firmware in order to be run. The update is confirmed to be live in Europe, Japan and Australia so far.
Posted on Friday, July 31, 2009 @ 01:50:02 GMT (2215 reads)
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DS vs DSI speed test
ds [source: dovoto @ drunkencoders.com] Most of you have probably come across a few bits of information about DSi homebrew. I was finally able to poke about a bit my self thanks to some help from Wintermute at www.devkitPro.org and got some of my own code running. Not too exciting but here is my first little demo using the same save game hack to execute code on the DS and the DSi. Its a simple “count to a million and change the screen color” demo to test how long it takes the two systems to execute. As you can see we are definitely in DSi mode and the DSi indeed is clocked at 2x the speed of the DS. More to come...
Posted on Monday, July 27, 2009 @ 06:41:22 GMT (2332 reads)
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DSi-Mode homebrew, anyone?
ds [source: blasty @ hackmii.com] I’ll keep this short and brief. A full week of hacking is finally giving us some fruitful results! Enjoy this small tiizer video, and stay alert for what’s yet to come!

Credits:
blasty – hacking / code
svpe – golden tip
segher – continuous bitching
John_K & Bushing – HW & Camera work
Posted on Friday, July 10, 2009 @ 14:48:13 GMT (2164 reads)
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New ROM Anti-Piracy Software
ds [source: Another World @ gbatemp.net] Andrew Mclennan, CEO of U.K.-based Metaforic, has announced a new anti-piracy measure for flash linkers. Specifically engineered for ROMs, and not homebrew, this new bit of software can be injected into code and will cause the corruption of ROM files which are pre-patched before launching. The code is currently specifically targeted to the R4 patching routines, due to its popularity. Nintendo is behind this anti-piracy software 100% as are 6 leading third party NDS software publishers. It will remain to be seen what hackers can do with the anti-piracy measure when it begins to ship, injected into retail carts, as soon as December of this year. The code can be altered to change its signature for each retail cart, potentially preventing an automated fix from being developed. Metaforic’s goal is to “annoy the hackers” as much as possible. They admit that the solution is not fool proof but it should require a fresh hack on a per-ROM basis. Thus allowing software a longer shelf life before it is pirated.
Posted on Monday, May 18, 2009 @ 07:22:55 GMT (2439 reads)
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R4i Review by Brakken
ds modrobert writes: "Brakken has tested R4i for Nintendo DSi, DSL, DS and published a review over at iso420.org. Partial quote from the conclusion: 'I don't think there is a simple way to say this, but the R4i is trash. I feel sorry for anyone who spends their money on this thing. It has a terrible GUI, very limited options, doesn't boot some games, has the worst homebrew compatibility compared to it's competitors. Now I see why they threw in the carrying case. It's so the thing doesn't break when you throw it on the ground in anger. It's been a long time, but the R4i has won ISO-420 Peice of Shit Award!'
R4i POS
"
Posted on Saturday, May 16, 2009 @ 08:36:19 GMT (3542 reads)
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SuperCard DSONEi announced
ds ps7000 writes: "SuperCard(i) announced. With USB firmware flashing hardware.

SuperCard DSONEi

* Plug 'n' Play - NO extra software needed.
* 100% game compatibility, supports clean Rom's and works on any OS .
* Uses MicroSD card, both FAT16 and FAT32 supported.
* Supports the SDHC specification,allowing for high capacity memory cards.
* Compatible with ALL speed flash memory card.
* Hardware save,multi-save support.
* Save directly to MicroSD rather than onboard flash.
* Support RESET, RealTime Cheat Code and RealTime Game Guide.
* Micro firmwaredesigned.Upgradable Operati on System with powerful function and friendly GUI.
* Support MP3,Movie,TXT and view PIC directly.

http://www.supercard.cn/"

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Sunday, May 10, 2009 @ 04:27:28 GMT (2160 reads)
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Acekard 2i language fix released
ds modrobert writes: "There is now an official update tool released by the Acekard Team to fix the problem where Acekard 2i can only run on DSi with language set to English (no need to update if you're using JAP DSi). Please note that the current update is only for AK2i with HW ID '81', using it on any other hardware revision will most likely brick your cart. You can press 'start' and then select 'help' in AK2i's menu to check your HWID."
Posted on Thursday, May 07, 2009 @ 04:33:21 GMT (2635 reads)
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iTouchDS 2 announced
ds modrobert writes: "According to Sinkhead over at gbatemp.net the M3 team recently announced that the iTouchDS Slot-1 flashcart will be upgraded to iTouchDS 2 (or iTouch2) with support for the Nintendo DSi. This 'budget cart' is expected to be released on April 24th, 2009."
Posted on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 @ 06:50:19 GMT (2683 reads)
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Acekard 2i Review by Brakken
ds modrobert writes: "Brakken has tested Acekard 2i for Nintendo DSi, DSL, IDSL, DS/IDS and published a review over at iso420.org. Partial quote from the conclusion: 'The Acekard 2i for the Nintendo DSi works as advertised. It has excellent homebrew compatibility, runs commercial games with no slowdown and supports download play. The addition of the In-Game-Reset and Cheat Codes are good features to have. Throw in the multiple save slots and you've got a winning combination. So if you've just purchased a Nintendo DSi or are upgrading this flash cart won't fault you. The only thing I have to complain about is the promised support for RTS by the Acekard Team. Overall I'd say this is one rock solid solution for your new portable video gaming console.' "
Posted on Thursday, April 09, 2009 @ 05:30:37 GMT (3792 reads)
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SutraDS from the NEO Spring Coding Compo 2009
ds modrobert writes: "Cid2Mizard has released an adaptation of KamaSutra of Vatsyayana (India) representing sexual positions for the Nintendo DS. There is a multitude of sexual positions in the original but this version include 37 of them (where 25 are animated). You will find explanation, advantages and disadvantages, as well as statistics. Finally something truly useful. ;) "
Posted on Friday, March 20, 2009 @ 05:22:59 GMT (2792 reads)
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SuperCard DS One V3 Review
ds modrobert writes: "Brakken has tested SuperCard DS One V3 and published a review over at iso420.org. Partial quote from the conclusion: 'The SuperCard DS One v3 is hailed as one of the best flash carts and the word on the street is right on. It has tons of features including the Real Time Save, Cheat Codes and is built around MoonShell for an instant multi-media experience. The future proof save size options are also well thought out. The only complaint I really have is the fact it didn't run some of the homebrew I tested out.' Another flaw worth mentioning is that this product does not support the Nintendo DSi."
Posted on Friday, February 06, 2009 @ 00:52:28 GMT (2407 reads)
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DSibrew?
ds [source: Bushing @ hackmii.com] Nintendo recently began selling their next-generation handheld console, the Nintendo DSi. I picked one up on eBay from Japan, since they will not be available for sale here in the US until April. Why did bushing buy a new DSi, especially given the fact that he’s turned his DSlite on maybe 3 times and he can’t read Japanese? Because of the awesome pix, of course!
Posted on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 @ 07:17:09 GMT (3105 reads)
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