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    NDS HBFirmware Updated(8/8/2007)

    Loopy has released a new version of his Homebrew Firmware for the Nintendo DS.

    Heres whats new:

    This is a replacement firmware for the Nintendo DS. It's VERY minimalistic, don't expect anything exciting. If you just want to see what it looks like without changing your firmware, run firmware.nds.

    (8/8/2007) Updated to work with newer DSes and the latest devkitARM + libnds.
    (2/20/2006) Removed Updater project. Added a small fix to fw_arm9.ld. flash_verify() now waits for the Write Enable flag to be set.
    (1/21/2006) Initial release.

    Download Here

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    Its very basic.
    It has two black screens upon booting with four small options in the upper left corner of the top screen.
    The first is
    Boot slot 1
    boot slot 2 (NDS mode)
    boot slot 2 (GBA mode)
    Power off.
    I like flash me better.

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    It's made mostly for developers and not end-users.

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    good at least it lets you preview it

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    I'm sure it'll get better in time

    Cloudy

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    I doubt this is going to "get better" as it already does what it's supposed to do. Keep in mind this is the guy that created FlashMe. He probably made this to provide code that developers can use to make or modify their own custom firmwares, showing some boot code for various situations.

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    this is not meant to be a "firmware" really its made to be a BASE to a custom firmware.
    I don't go on here much anymore. Find me on GBAtemp.


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