Tutorial [TuT] How to enable WiFi on DeSmuMe v0.9.7+

Discussion in 'Nintendo 3DS' started by Latios, Jun 3, 2013 with 124 replies and 278,208 views.

  1. Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    You're one of those emulator players that wanted to play online with a friend and weren't able to because your emulator didn't had the option or it didn't worked? I have the solution for your problem. Follow these steps and you'll be able to play with your friends with your DS emulator!

    What you'll need:
    2. WinPcap and BIOS/Firmware for DeSmuMe. (Provided above)​
    3. High Speed Ethernet Wired Connection.​

    Setup:
    1. Install WinPcap
    a. After downloading everything that I provided above, extract the folder and start by installing WinPcap 4.1.2​

    b. Make sure to tick "Automatic Start at Boot time".​

    2. Install DeSmuMe
    a. If you have DeSmuMe installed in your computer, replace your installed version with the one provided in the link above.​

    b. Run DeSmuMe and go to Config / WIFI Settings and set up like in the picture:​
    [​IMG]


    c. Go to Config / Emulation Settings and set up like in the picture:​
    [​IMG]

    For the ARM BIOS and Firmware, make sure to select the ones from the package provided in the link above!​
    1st BIOS = BIOS 9​
    2nd BIOS = BIOS 7​

    3. Nintendo WiFi
    a. Load any game that has WiFi capability and go into WiFi Settings:​
    [​IMG]

    b. Click on WiFi Settings:​
    [​IMG]

    c. Erase any connections available and start one by doing the following:​
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    d. You are now succesfully connected to Nintendo WiFi. Now you can load your favorite game and play it online with your friends!​
     
    • Like Like x 10
    Last edited: Jul 6, 2013
  2. Pornflakes

    Pornflakes "Democracy is Non-Negotiable!"

    Messages:
    5,270
    Ratings:
    2,396
    Does this allow you to play your friends that are on ds? Or just emu to emu?
     
  3. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    Emu to DS/Emu :smile:
     
  4. Pornflakes

    Pornflakes "Democracy is Non-Negotiable!"

    Messages:
    5,270
    Ratings:
    2,396
    THATS THE ****!
     
  5. Cakes

    Cakes Administrator Administrator

    Messages:
    20,670
    Ratings:
    17,723
    We can do this, but R4's don't support IR.
     
  6. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    IR? Infra Red?
     
  7. Cakes

    Cakes Administrator Administrator

    Messages:
    20,670
    Ratings:
    17,723
    Yeah, R4's don't have it.
     
  8. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    you can still play through WiFi though...
     
  9. 404

    404

    Messages:
    876
    Ratings:
    291
    I'm using an Ethernet cord directly to my router, but still it doesn't show the correct network card in the options.
     
  10. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    It won't show the same exact network card as mine in the options. You will have to choose one of the options that says ethernet. Forgot to mention that in the guide, sorry!
     
  11. zerologic

    zerologic Enthusiast

    Messages:
    49
    Ratings:
    5
    Too bad I can't do this on my laptop :frown:
     
  12. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    Why not?
     
  13. Crash

    Crash Maniac

    Messages:
    1,355
    Ratings:
    333
    Do you have any games you recommend? I only have Mario kart and some other weird game.
    Latios
     
  14. 404

    404

    Messages:
    876
    Ratings:
    291
    I tried with all the network cards listed none of them worked.
     
  15. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    Pokemon :tongue:

    Were you via Ethernet? It doesn't work via WiFi. Also, did you installed WinPcap?
     
  16. 404

    404

    Messages:
    876
    Ratings:
    291
    Yes I was connected via ethernet but all the network cards listed did not work.
     
  17. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    That's really weird. Did you linked the right BIOS' through emulation settings? This has been working for me and others as well, can't see why it wouldn't work for you :/
     
  18. Southy

    Southy Have a Nice Day! :)

    Messages:
    4,095
    Ratings:
    1,245
    Use VirtualBox if you have wireless.
    I can confirm it works :smile:
    John246I's video
     
    • Like Like x 3
  19. OP
    Latios

    Latios Legendary Pokemon

    Messages:
    1,775
    Ratings:
    710
    OMG! Never though about using virtualbox or parallels! Good my friend :biggrin:
     
  20. ZMOT

    ZMOT Steve Harvey

    Messages:
    3,289
    Ratings:
    1,303
    Awesome tutorial man! I'm definitly going to use this now to play some pokemon.
     

Share This Page