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Nintendo DSi System Software

Nintendo DSi System Software
Company / developer Nintendo
Nintendo SDD
OS family Nintendo proprietary
Working state Current
Source model Closed source
Initial release 1.1 / November 1, 2008; 5 years ago (2008-11-01)
Latest stable release 1.4.5 / December 13, 2012; 19 months ago (2012-12-13)
Available language(s) German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Japanese, Korean, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese
Update method Direct Download
Game Card
Supported platforms Nintendo DSi
Nintendo DSi XL
Preceded by Nintendo DS OS
Succeeded by Nintendo 3DS OS

Nintendo DSi system software is a set of updatable firmware versions, and a software frontend on the Nintendo DSi video game console. Updates, which are downloaded via the system's Internet connection, allow Nintendo to add and remove features and software.


System Update releases

This is a list of features included in Nintendo DSi's System Updates.

Date Released System Menu Version Region Description of update
CHN: 1.4.6C China
  • This update is the China version of the international 1.4.5.
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4.5 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • This update provides behind-the-scenes improvements to system performance.[1]
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
CHN: 1.4.5C China
  • This update is the China version of the international 1.4.4.
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4.4 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • This update resolves an issue that could have created connection problems when uploading photos to Facebook.[1]
  • This update provides behind-the-scenes improvements to system performance.[1]
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4.3 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • DSiWare games and applications can now be copied or moved to the SD/SDHC card if that program already exists on the card and can be overwritten if requested.
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4.2 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • Prevents any DSiWare exploit run from a modified save game file by blocking access to DSi Internal Memory, if copied save game file were not signed with its own certificate.
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4.1 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • Blocks some flash cards from running on the console.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.4 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • Facebook integration with the Nintendo DSi Camera which allows sending photos directly to a Facebook account.[2][3]
  • Faster image display speed in the Nintendo DSi camera.[4]
  • Blocked all flash cards that existed at release from running on the console.[5]
  • Updated the Nintendo DSi browser.[1]
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.3 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • US and EU models need the 1.3 update to access the Nintendo DSi Shop.
  • Adds "Data Management" menu in the system settings, which allows transferring downloaded games to and from the SD card.
JP:
EU/AUS:
NA:
1.2 Japan United States Europe Australia
  • This is the original Nintendo DSi Menu that came pre-installed on the Nintendo DSi systems other than Japan.
  • DSi models need the 1.2 update to access the Nintendo DSiWare Shop in Japan.
JP:
1.1 Japan
  • This is the original Nintendo DSi Menu that came pre-installed on the Nintendo DSi systems in Japan.

See also

Other gaming platforms from Nintendo:

Other gaming platforms from next generation:

  • PlayStation Vita system software

Other gaming platforms from this generation:

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