Ok I have come back to the DS after being bored with my PSP. I would like to know the differences and catch up on whats happened since I have been gone so I will be reading a while. However I have noticed a few things so I want to ask a few questions for clarification:
A) It seems there is more then one way to run DS Homebrew and the FAQ up did not give me the info I was looking for. It seems you can run it through either the GBA or DS Game slots. I am not 100% sure on this so some clarification would be nice.
B) I noticed there are two DS's that are said not to run Homebrew. IQue I believe it was and a Red DS I am sure I am ok on the Red color but the IQue I am not sure of. So a way to tell would be nice. Thanks. (Unless I do not have to worry about this)
C) Back to the different methods of HB. I noticed that the FAQ ref.'s the the method you choose. Implying more then one but I did not see any detail on what ways there are. So in link with above which is the pref'd and most useable method in the sense of future ability. I would assume the DS side but then I could be completely wrong and need both.
D) Which method do many of you use? And what would you recommend?
Thanks and again I checked through the FAQ but could have missed something (Many do it) But I would like to start somewhere and this is the best way I felt ^-^
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