Thursday, April 14, 2005 7:28 AM

WiFiMe Tutorial - getting started

AaronRogers.com: "Most of us will remember Wednesday, April 13th 2005. On that day, Tim Schuerewegen released the driver and application necessary to allow anyone with a Nintendo DS, a GBA flash cart, and a supported wireless network card to load any homebrew demo/app on their DS. You already had the ability to do this with a PassMe device, but now can do it wirelessly!"

Follow the link to see if you're one of the lucky ones with the appropriate chipset. OR drop about $50 on a compliant wifi antenna card.

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8 Comments:

At 8:32 AM, Anonymous said...

So, now it has become a question of either buying a hardware passme, or spending even more for a compliant network card.

Bollocks.

 
At 8:44 AM, Anonymous said...

...What an ingrate. Your buy-in cost is so low compared to the people who figured it out and gave it to the world for free.

You gotta stop complaining. How about a little gratitude?

 
At 10:42 AM, Anonymous said...

does the wifi-compatibility have something to do with the DS hardware? will they be able to expand support beyond this chipset? just wondering.

 
At 4:20 PM, kichigai-han said...

"So, now it has become a question of either buying a hardware passme, or spending even more for a compliant network card.

Bollocks."


quit complaining. nobody asked you to use it.
i don't have a gba flash card, but i do have access to a compliant wireless card.
ironic

 
At 4:24 PM, Anonymous said...

"does the wifi-compatibility have something to do with the DS hardware? will they be able to expand support beyond this chipset? just wondering."

Support for certain other cards could be added, but it is simplest if they only support one type of card.

 
At 8:31 PM, Anonymous said...

I think there should be more development for a more popular or standard wireless card. Support for Orinoco Gold/Silver Classic cards that use the prism1 or 2 chipset would be ideal. There are many more manufacturers and cards that use the prism chipset than just about anything else out there. Plus there are numerous open source drivers for these cards that I would imagine could be easily modified for this purpose. Not to mention that you can find a classic Orinoco PCMCIA card on Ebay for about $10 nowadays. Atheros is also gaining very wide acceptance by many providors and would be a good choice as well.

 
At 6:40 PM, Anonymous said...

can it play roms

 
At 6:41 PM, Anonymous said...

can it play roms

 

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