Does Nintendo DS accept SD card?
Nope only 3DS and DSI
Now, you may think that slot in the Wii was made for DS games, but it's actually used for an SD card. What's the SD card for? It's for when you use up all of your Wii System Memory, you then start saving your data on an SD card. Use up all the space on the SD card too? Buy another SD card. Anyway, the Wiki Answer is NO, you cannot play DS games on…
On the Nintendo DSi you can take pictures with 2 cameras one facing you and one facing the opposite direction. You can also play with your pictures when you take them and send them, receive them, and copy them onto an SD card slot which is located on the right side on the DSi. You may also save them to the SD card instead of saving them onto the DSi. There is also a sound…
A r4i is a flashcart for the Nintendo DS/DSi. Which means, you are able to play movies or Homebrew DS games. To do so, you need a Micro SD Card. R4i card is the upgrade version of r4 card. It support Nintendo DSi and before version. you can enjoy games and medias (such as music, movie, e-book) with a r4i card.
Yes it is. Do this: # Put your SD card into your computer # Download MP3 or WAV files onto the SD card # Put the SD card into the slot on the Nintendo DSi # Turn your Nintendo DSi on # Tap 'Nintendo DSi Sound' # Tap 'Play with your music' # Select 'SD Card' then tap 'Open' # You can now play your music!
If you have an SD card then you can listen to your music. Well if you have an SD card slot in your PC (computer), stick it in then you can download any song(s) in it. then take your SD card out, stick it in into your personal DSi (XL), then go to the app (if that is what they call it...) Nintendo DSi Sound.
get a micro sd card and a micro sd card to sd card adapter. before you take a picture click sd card then take ur picture, take out adapter, take out micro sd card, stick it in ur fone. if you do not have a slot for a micro sd card, YOU FAIL AND YOU CAN NEVER "SEND PICTURES FROM THE NINTENDO DSi TO A CELL PHONE"!!!!!!!!!!!! (unless you get a different phone of course)