Talk:DSi exploits

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Dub-T's Nintendo DSi Shop Hack

Erm, doesn't this just follow from what I wrote on Hackmii? http://hackmii.com/2009/01/dsibrew/ --Bushing 11:41, 20 April 2009 (UTC)

Kasu's Hack

Fake ? Everyone can do that using a DSi flashcard and remove it after !
If it isn't a fake show us how you load the code ! --Ludo6431 16:39, 20 April 2009 (UTC)

DSi-only Game Exploit

Well, there's the first DSi-only game out there (french cooking crap). Is that of any use? BlackNeedle 00:20, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
Mh, actually it's a hybrid game with extra functionality (camera) on DSi. BlackNeedle 00:22, 12 July 2009 (UTC) There is 2 others game like this : - My Cooking Coach : Prepare Healthy Recipes [EUR] - Classic Word Games [EUR]

But I don't know if DSiDev Team (include loopy, darkfader and the others on IRC) are working on it ! —Preceding unsigned comment added by Geniusdj (talkcontribs) 10:29, 9 July 2009 (UTC) Oh ! Team Twiizers have find an exploit (semi hardware and software, I guess) ! But you're right that was one of those game who served for the exploit (Classic Word Game). —Preceding unsigned comment added by Geniusdj (talkcontribs) 15:08, 9 July 2009 (UTC)

ahhh, happy day. I'll be watching this closely.--FUNKAMATIC ~talk 17:28, 9 July 2009 (UTC)

We could try modifying the files it copies onto the SD card from the DSi Applications. I've been trying to do this but with no success. If anyone wants to help me out email me at: the2banned2one@gmail.com . Any help would be much appreciated. If I can get anything from this I will post it and the files here. --The2Banned2One ~talk 17:21, 5 August 2009 (EST) —Preceding undated comment added 21:24, 5 August 2009 (UTC).

BannerBomb Like Exploit

Could we program something that can make the DSi Crash and load homebrew like the Wii's Bannerbomb? --TWLREECE 18:35, 17 August 2009 (UTC)

Action Replay DSi

The Action Replay DSi runs in DSi Mode, has a Micro SD Card slot, and can run homebrew applications in a .nds format, could an installer program be written to install a homebrew channel on the DSi?--DSiDude

I'd like to know this also, but how do you know it runs in DSi mode?--FUNKAMATIC ~talk 22:38, 21 January 2010 (UTC)
According to [this video] the Action Replay DSi shows up as a Game and Watch collection NDS game. 
This automatically means it cannot support DSi mode, and is running in normal DS mode. -- neimod

That IS the DSi Mode, because if you use it on a DS, it just automatically boots up the Action Replay, without going to the DS menu. I have tried this. I don't know much about the DSi's workings but I'm pretty sure of this. --DSiDude

No, it means the DSi System Menu will see it as a NDS game, not as a DSi game. As such it will disable all DSi features and revert to DS compatibility mode. Just try to load a DSi game, and it should fail to load (DSi only), or have all DSi features disabled (DSi enhanced). -- neimod
Action Replay on a DS always just boots up, that doesn't have anything to do with DSi mode --bg4545 03:19, 24 January 2010 (UTC)

Flip Note studio bug

i dunno if this is of ANY use to anyone, but i found a glitch in Flipnote studio. As you may know, it accesses the SD card to see if there are any animations. I noticed it also tries to access the SD card when youre in a flipnote. I was making an animation, and i go to the story board mode to delete some frames. It then gave me a pop-up saying The object in the SD card slot could not be read (or something like that). It gives me that particular message because i have an SD adapter thats supposed to hold a micro sd. Anyways, just trying to be helpful.

That's only useless MMC hw fail. That isn't exploitable at all. --Yellows8 02:44, 26 November 2010 (CET)

No, not that, just the odd timing of it trying to access the SD card was weird to me.

Team Cyclops flashcard

It's called the CycloDsi, and i guess it can access DSi features. Should that go on this exploits page? here's their site.

The exploits page is only for homebrew exploits, _no_ flash cards. And if you look at recent changes a news entry for that flash card was removed. --Yellows8 00:00, 19 December 2010 (CET)
Only technical information regarding the internal workings of the card exploit is welcome. Just pointing to a site that claims to have built a flashcard that has access to DSi features is NOT useful. --Neimod 04:48, 19 December 2010 (CET)

List of ideas for exploitation/hacking of latest dsi version

iwantfun-a hack using download play

iwantfun-an simulator/emulator like the one for ipod [this is to help hacking development]

iwantfun-a costom headphone jack that plugs into computer [usb] and can access dsi files or softmod from a computer program

iwantfun-there is 4 game [dsi shop] exploits that work on all system versions exept latest.make more of them.

iwantfun-a costom charger cord with usb that plugs into computer and a program described below

iwantfun-a program that detects if usb cord is attached or has a manual ability called 'select a usb port'. then it sends a virus that enter's the dsi [ or any unfortionate device u forgot to unplug] and deletes by force all security files and replaces them with fakes/replacements.all security certificate's however are left untouched.I am not liable for any damages caused by this on said 'unfortunate' devices.

iwantfun-this is a likely to work method.using a different program then described above.this program deletes everything and replaces all of the files with any force neccesary.one way to ensure this is to make the program not interpret any of the data and give it all of the known unencryption keys, certificate's, and signature's in case it needs it. it would also have the administrative power [either though something fake,though hacking, or legit/real].it would replace the system with already hacked files, menu, etc.

iwantfun-this will also likely work. hack a game download from the dsi store . replace the file thats downloaded from the dsi store with a dsi exploiting file, plus the game.

Rules?

Shouldn't the "rules" be moved from the main page to here? -Winmaster 15:38, 29 September 2012 (CEST)

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