Tuesday, 30 December 2008

New R4DSi Flashcard released

The unofficial-fake-clone R4 team has released the R4i flashcart and it is now available for purchase.
The R4i, supports SDHC micro SD cards and of course work on the DSi.
- SLOT-1 flash card supporting the latest Nintendo DSi/NDSi console (also supports NDS and NDS Lite)
- Same size as an original cards
- Supports SDHC microsd/transflash TF memory cards
- Multi-media features
- Runs that homebrews and games
- Multilingual interface (simply download system files in the desired langauge)
- Currently features English, Japanese, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) menu system languages
- Intuitive touch screen menu system
- USB 2.0 TF card reader/writer included

Monday, 29 December 2008

Ez3in1 Review up!

Ok, I got some good news, and some bad...gaaah!

Well, the ezflash3in1 review is finally up! Thank you very much to SHOP.01MEDIA.com for the review sample! :)


That was GOOD news ^^
Now, the bad news, I overwrote the Ez3in1 review on top of the R4sdhc review...I will have to rewrite it later :'(

Saturday, 27 December 2008

GIMP - make your own sig, very easy

I have been laying this off for a while... '^_^...well enjoy^^

Thursday, 25 December 2008

Recover your fake/clone DSTT!


There have been a TREMENDOUS amount of reports that Dealextreme.com is selling fake DStt, as of firmware 1.16, all fake DSTT are killed using the newest firmware! But there is now a way to bring your DSTT back to life! Hurrah! I myself had a fake, and used this, it works PERFECTLY now!
Here are the steps:
Also when you have a clone card you can make it ''genuine'' by flashing it with this tutorial. The fake .bin file in the fake/clone dstt wil be replaced with a genuine .bin file so you can use every firmware even from the REAL DSTT site.

You'll need this: Fake/clone DSTT , Real (Genuine) DSTT or any other Working Flashcard , MicroSD .

1. Download the recovery files here : http://rapidshare.com/files/176149098/DSTTRecovery.exe
2. Open DSTTRecovery.exe .
3. Fill in the path of your MicroSD, e.g. G: of E: , and click ''Install''
4. The files who will be needed to recover your DSTT will be placed on the MicroSD.
5. Put your MicroSD in a REAL (Genuine) DSTT (or any other Working Flashcardlike R4/M3), turn on your NDS and start ''FakeRecovery.nds'' .
6. The Recovery Utility will load things, this can take a while. After it's done loading it will ask you, to put your Fake/Clone DSTT in your NDS.
7. After you put your fake DSTT into your NDS you must press ''A'' , after a few secs it asks you to press ''A'' another time.
8. If the flashing is succeeded you'll see a message on your screen that the recovery was successful

Note : There doesn't have to be a MicroSD in your fake/clone card.

Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Bleach AMV #3

I'm on fire! This is my 3rd and best up to now, amv!
#60 - Top Rated, Film Animation, Canada (today)

Forums down...

the DStemp crew has decided to shutdown the forums temporarily...we have a plan, no worries!

EzVi Pic and New Bleach AMV

Here is a pic of the EzVi

In other news, I made another Bleach AMV! This one's featuring Through The Fire and Flames! Enjoy!

Monday, 22 December 2008

DStemp Youtube Page 100 SUBSCRIBERS!!!

DStemp's youtube page (aka youtube.com/user/pokemongalaxy ) has received 100 (more actually) subscribers!
To celebrate, I made a Bleach AMV

EzVi Released!

The EZTeam have announced their entry into the DSi flash cart market with the new EZ5 model the EZVi (that is EZ5i not EZ6). Release is scheduled for next week.
Apparently a bootloader update was attempted but it was the hardware that proved to be the limit.

Thursday, 18 December 2008

Another DSi Compatible flashcard!

The DSTTi is out! And with no warning whatsoever! It is QUITE MORE EXPENSIVE than the original DSTT though...
Here are some pics

Sunday, 14 December 2008

The new EZ5 3 in 1 model dubbed the 3 in 1 plus is to be launched next week.The addition is 512Mbit (64 Megabytes) of NOR space as opposed to 256, the PSRAM is still 128Mbit and the save ram is still the same.

DSi is coming the N.A. in SPRING 2009!

IGN, a popular gamer website (and a credible source of information) has leaked information about the release date of the Nintendo DSi in the US. According to IGN, the Nintendo DSi (Nintendo's new handheld gaming system) is set to be released in the United States of America in March of 2009!

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

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Friday, 5 December 2008

R4SDHC Review finished!

Review link: http://dstemp.110mb.com/r4sdhc.html

Thanks to LeetMod.com for the review samples!

Tuesday, 2 December 2008

AnyRegion Changer!

AnyRegion Changer is an application which allows you to make non-temporary changes to various region and language settings on your Wii's SYSCONF and setting.txt files. You may call this a "Region Mod," i.e. the settings will persist. It also allows you to install the System Menu of another region if you so desire.

There is a YouTube Video demonstrating this application's basic functionality.

A full description of this utility can be found in the README file.

Important Warning
The latest update to the shop channel BREAKS SHOP COUNTRY REGION CHANGING! Be warned that your Wii may be stuck in a certain region for the shop for the time being.

AnyRegion Changer lets you easily make and save changes to the volatile SYSCONF and setting.txt files.

AnyRegion Changer lets you change the following settings to any of the known values: setting.txt:

AREA setting: Used to determine which region the System Menu should be--normally the cause of full bricks.
GAME setting: Used to determine which region of Discs and channels the System Menu will boot.
VIDEO setting: The Wii's video mode setting. Seems to be used universally.

IPL.LANG setting: Used to determine what language to use for various things. Sometimes contingent on AREA setting.
IPL.SADR country setting: Used to determine region information for the Weather/News channels and the Wii Shop channel.
AnyRegion Changer will also install System Menu 3.2 and the appropriate IOS for any of the three main regions.

The system menu installation feature should work universally. That is, regardless of what System Menu you have installed, you should be able to upgrade/downgrade to 3.2 for any region with this feature. This is accomplished via a temporary patched IOS which incorporates bushing's IOSDelete patch and Waninkoko's AddTicket version check patch. This IOS is only installed if necessary, and it is deleted immediately after use.

This software comes with NO WARRANTY WHATSOEVER. You may use this software at your own risk. I can take no responsibility for any damage caused by this application.

Please take note of the following:

If setting.txt is corrupted for any reason, it is entirely possible that your Wii will no longer boot.
If you change the GAME ("Game Region") settings, you may no longer be able to boot discs! Make sure you have the Homebrew Channel installed so you can change it back!
Be careful not to change Video mode to a mode unsupported by your display.
If you change your Country code, you will be unable to receive any pending gifts you have in the Wii Shop Channel. (The shop will also warn you of this)
If you set the EULA to Read, you may be accessing Nintendo Network Services illegally. You should only change this setting to "read" if you have actually read and accepted the EULA for the Country code you have set.
Setting the AREA setting ("Console Area Setting") to a different region than your System Menu WILL cause a Semi-Brick! If for some reason your System-Configured flag is unset (via some installation, or a corrupted SYSCONF) your system WILL become FULLY BRICKED. Your system will attempt to do the "First Time" configuration for an incorrect region, and will not be able to find the html content for the interface.

It may be a good idea to backup your setting.txt with this tool (SD card required). The setting_replace tool will also restore your setting.txt from a backup on your SD card.

Country Codes
A full list of country codes can be found on the Country Codes page


No longer cares whether EULA has been set or not
Now downloads the correct IOS35 from nus, a fix for post 10/23/08

Minor fix to sysconf lib (Should fix some -24578 errors)
Changed Identification Routines
Added System Menu Region detection
Added intro screen/extra warnings

Initial Release

DSi proof flashcard!

Finally, the Acekard team has made an acekard compatible flashcard!!!

The new card will be released as the Ak2i, just in time for the holidays!