I started DSCovered for the same reasons as DSision and DSision2, I still think that the default firmware used on DS flash carts is ugly and boring. The DS homebrew scene has been around for a few years now, yet the interfaces for the carts required are often little more than a plain text list of filenames. So I'm trying to change that.
DSCovered is based on the look of Apples very popular coverflow system, where you can see the cover art from your media flick past as you select something to load. The poor DS can barely manage this, but I think I did a very good job with this one.
Homebrew games and applications should be able to load on ANY cart, as the internal loader is specifically designed for that in mind. Extra functionality, such as soft-reset is only available on certain slot-2 cards through a secondary loader. These secondary loaders and not available from here, however there are full instructions included in the download.
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