Robots w/Lasers

August 1, 2007

DS85 with DLDI support

Someone has added DLDI support to my old TI-85 Emulator. I don’t have any exotic devices, so I can’t say how well it works.

You can download it here: ds85_r3.rar

There’s a forum thread about it going on here: teamcylops.com

Let me know if it works/doesn’t work on your particular device.

Filed under: DS85,Nintendo DS,Software — davr @ 12:09 pm

55 Comments »

  1. Hi, I’ve installed ds85_r3.nds on my R4 (auto dldi-patched) and the ti85.rom in the same folder, then it starts but at the begin a window to choose some file appears…what I have to do? which file I have to load?

    thank you

    Comment by donachy — April 16, 2008 @ 4:30 am

  2. For all you asking what to do after you are in the file browser thingy…
    Press SELECT
    its been posted like ten times read before you post

    Comment by KillerGardevoir — September 2, 2008 @ 10:17 pm

  3. does not appear to be working with the ezf5i, although it works fine with the ezf5 and ezf5+… reported this at the ezf forum and this is apparently an undocumented issue. there’s probably nothing to be done on the developer side, as this is probably a dldi patch issue, but thought it was worth mentioning just in case.

    Comment by j — March 17, 2009 @ 9:43 am

  4. awesome application – works great on my r4sdhc. i use it for teaching. with bw the display quality is just marvellous.

    will there be an improved version?
    – starting without pressing “select” (what a weird thing to start a program)
    – put a changeable logo on top of screen when running in normal size mode
    – “save” saves complete status (after start i always have to put the beautiful bw mode on with high framerate)
    – rotating screen without loosing contrast in bw mode (surely not everbody will need it)
    – sending program files without hitting “receive” (hangs up after each file)
    – ability to send group program files (to send all files by one touch)
    – full fullspeed mode (now it isn’t really that fast for drawing a graph)
    – soft reset (refer to a r4tf.nds file or something)

    greetings
    jazzman

    Comment by jazzman — September 5, 2009 @ 5:15 am

  5. Thanks for this brilliant ds homebrew application.
    This works great on the DSi XL.
    I know you’ve probably ended work on this but if you do ever want to work on it again here’s a suggestion: rotate the screen so that the display is on your left and the touch screen on the right or vice versa (like a book) using the left or right shoulder button. And use a photo of the TI-85 for the keypad skin to make it look exactly like the calculator.

    Comment by snapper — May 15, 2010 @ 2:56 pm

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