[NTLK] Public WiFi

Diane Roll droll3 at me.com
Tue Feb 16 22:05:20 EST 2010

Does this work with a DSi?


Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 16, 2010, at 19:43, Matt Howe <matthowe at comcast.net> wrote:

> Actually, the prices have since come down. My flash card went belly  
> up so I
> replaced it with a new style cart that holds a micro SD. I got the  
> cart, 4gb
> SD, USB card reader and shipping for less than $20 US. If you have a  
> DS, you
> should definitely be hacking it. I now have an 8 gb micro SD and I  
> carry the
> entire Wikipedia, less images, around in my DS. And that only takes  
> up half
> of the SD. I have two Bible apps for a total of 6 translations, a  
> quotes
> wiki, an open source dictionary, 100 of my favorite mp3's, 3 hours of
> television and a movie. Oh yeah, and a wifi sniffer. And I still  
> have room.
> If you want to know more, contact me off list.
> Matt (Ducky) Howe
> Owner of a MP2000U and an Emate
> SantaMatt at Gmail.com (Nokia N770)
> matthowe at comcast.net (Desktop)
> http://home.comcast.net/~mhowe41/
> http://SantaMatt.blogspot.com
> James Fraser wrote:
> <snip>
> If you're a Nintendo DS owner I've been led to understand that those  
> can
> make decent wireless sniffers:
>> I also have a sniffer. I use a Nintendo DS with a Superkey cartridge,
>> flash card adapter and some free software off the internet. It  
>> finds SSID,
>> signal strength, channel in use and what security is in use.
> IIRC, Matt Howe (the author of the above) indicated that for about  
> $50 in
> accessories, you can endow your Nintendo DS with the capabilities he
> outlines above.
> <snip>
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