Awesome news! Thanks Wraggy!
Great work they said it could not be done Any hope this will ever work on the R4,M3,EZ Flash,Acekard etc.?
As long as they do not release antoher flashcart with an extra cpu and extra ram (16MB).
And actually the cpu spec of the Iplayer are pretty awesome (200Mhz arm9 + 400Mhz DSP, can even go higher, but it's certainly underclocked).
Does anyone have the full specs of the Iplayer ?
for me and i suppose many others is the fact that the Iplayer could become the main flash cart for the DS/DSI if we can get much higher performance for emulators, think of full speed Snes and other emulators, dare i say a poke at n64 emulation :P
Is anyone else having a fun time trying to get this to work, I've been playing around with it since yesterday and still cant get it to work.
Edit, had a total noob moment there, I have it working now xD
I also now notice that for some reason the classic games like zelda 1&2 and mario 1 & 2 they will not load up. They start to load and then go right back to the main Iplayer screen.
Last edited by ChaoticanarchyX; September 20th, 2009 at 15:10.
One thing to bear in mind is that every card currently on the market works in the DSi's legacy mode; that is, as if it's running on any other DS system (67Mhz ARM9, 33Mhz ARM7, 4MB RAM). DSi's native mode, which has barely been utilized by the homebrew community, uses its ARM9 at 133Mhz with 16MB of RAM.
Still not quite up to the iPlayer, even so, it makes you wonder if GBA emulation could be done without it. I mean, there was a time when people said you couldn't emulate GBC on GBA, then we got Goomba Color (by no means perfect but pretty damn close).
Last edited by Hypershell; September 20th, 2009 at 20:22.
here why it's probably not using it: biggest doubt is price. I think it's probably using an Ingenic jz37xx chip, like many other low cost things coming out of China these days.
It's almost definitely a port of gpSP too (not VBA)
I haven't quit gpSP, just put it on hiatus for a while.
Games like Super Mario Advance 3, Riviera and Sword of Mana actually DO work in gpSP, believe it or not. If they don't work for you then you're using the faulty BIOS. Don't argue with me, it's true; the sooner you accept this the sooner you can move on.
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