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bazzala

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I have just got a Nintendo DS Lite- is there anyway of getting games from the internet onto your PC and transferring them on to the DS, ie Fifa 2006 and Star Wars?

If so how do I do it?
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I don't think there is a way to buy downloadable DS games. Therefore if you could do it, it would be illegal and we can't discuss that.
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OK, but does anyone know if it can actually be done first?
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Not really. It is possible to, by using a third-party flash loader, change your firmware (and even install Linux) on your DS. Through this and other ways, you can run other software. Although it is mostly used just for running legit homebrew, I believe a few illegal roms can be loaded, but they're unstable and, well, it just isn't worth your trouble or time.

If you're interested in running homebrew code on your DS (applications like IRC, paint, text editor, organizer, non-DS games, etc.) you should check out NDS Homebrew
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